Hertz Names New SVP of International Sales

Jim Mueller has been named as Hertz's senior vice president for International Sales, Marketing and Revenue Management. Photo via The Hertz Corp.
Jim Mueller has been named as Hertz's senior vice president for International Sales, Marketing and Revenue Management. Photo via The Hertz Corp.

The Hertz Corp. has appointed Jim Mueller as senior vice president for International Sales, Marketing and Revenue Management effective July 21. He will be based at Hertz's international headquarters office outside of London.

Mueller will report functionally to Jeffrey Foland, senior executive vice president and chief revenue officer and report operationally to Michel Taride, group president, Rent a Car International. He will be responsible for international sales and marketing activity, revenue management (pricing) and ancillary revenues.

Mueller joins Hertz as a senior-level international sales and marketing executive with experience in the Asia/Pacific, Europe, Middle East, Africa and India regions. Most recently, he served as senior vice president, global sales for Etihad Airways. Prior to that, he held international positions for United Airlines and Northwest/Delta Airlines.

"Jim has a proven record of executing successful international sales strategies and will take responsibility for driving the quality of our international revenues as well as our global sales and revenue management strategies into our international markets," said Foland.

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