Mark Servodidio Named Managing Director of Avis Budget Group Europe

Mark Servodidio. Photo via Avis Budget Group. 
Mark Servodidio. Photo via Avis Budget Group.
Avis Budget Group has appointed Mark Servodidio to a newly created position of managing director in Europe. Servodidio will handle all aspects of the company’s rental operations in Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

Servodidio has 14 years of experience with Avis Budget Group. He previously served as managing director for Denmark, Norway, Sweden and the UK. The company’s EMEA strategy director, Nina Bell, has been appointed managing director of the Northern Region to take over Servodidio’s previous role.

"Throughout his tenure, Mark has proven to be an exceptional leader, and he brings a wealth of experience to his new role," said Avis Budget Group International President Larry De Shon, who Servodidio will report to. "Under Mark's leadership, the European region is well positioned to continue on its path of profitable growth, geographic expansion, enhanced efficiency and dedication to the customer."

Comments

  1. P.kop [ December 26, 2017 @ 09:03AM ]

    Dear sir servodidio,
    I want to tell you my concern about the way of the management on the Schiphol aireport,
    I've experience enough to know what is leadership and the consequents of wrong leadership. I also know that in U.S. leadership the manpower has an important place in the proces of the company. i also know that the aireport doesn't had a good result.
    I was working there as host, speak my 5 languages and have enough knowledge about hospitality and service, but i think, that the manager sir v. Statenhove told me in a conversation that I've shut my mouth and only has to do what he say's and so more of this words. I'm old enough (70years) and have experience enough to know how to manage leadership, but not on his way, I talked to him friendly and to the manager Benelux, after that I'm dismissed.
    I don't need to work and enjoyed my job but on his wayit dosn't work and so more of this kind of things. I'm also concerned about the competetion between the workers how many damages each one can declare at the and of the day,also at the cost of the client.
    I'm sorry but I've to tell you this because business doesn't go well on this way and more, mister Statenhove is in my opinion very autoritarian in his profession and its look like not the way of Avis.
    I'm not interested in to work again on the airport but just interested in good service and leadership.
    If you want I can explain more details to you and sorry for disturbing your time as managing director, but I didn't receveive ansewere of mister massimo in France.
    Have a nice christmas and happy new year.
    P.Kop

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