BMW Names Fleet Sales Head For North America

Duncan
Duncan

BMW has named David Duncan to head of corporate and special sales for the automaker in a role that oversees corporate fleet sales, executive allowance sales, and daily rental sales. The appointment is effective May 1.

Duncan, who moves from his role as vice president of MINI Region Americas, will also be responsible for European delivery. As an 18-year BMW employee, Duncan has held various roles, including starting as an area manager for BMW Motorcycles in 1998. He has been with MINI since 2001, where he established the initial dealer network ahead of the 2002 launch of that brand. He has led MINI since 2014.

In a related move, Thomas Felbermair steps into Duncan's former role. Felbermair will focus on driving sales, service, customer and dealer satisfaction, overseeing the business operations for the brand in the region. He most recently held a similar postion in Germany as vice president for MINI in the European region.

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