After 10 years with the Europcar Mobility Group, Deputy CEO Fabrizio Ruggiero will leave the company at the end of August to take up a new professional challenge.

As Italy Country Manager, then as a deputy CEO of the Group, Ruggiero expanded Europcar's global...

As Italy Country Manager, then as a deputy CEO of the Group, Ruggiero expanded Europcar's global network as well as its brands portfolio.

Photo courtesy of Europcar.

He will step down from his position as deputy CEO in charge of the Service Lines, the Vans & Trucks BU, e-commerce, sales, brand management, customer engagement, and international partner development.

As Italy Country Manager, then as a deputy CEO of the Group, Ruggiero expanded Europcar's global network as well as its brands portfolio.

Following the first deliveries of the Group’s new transformation plan, Europcar Mobility Group is now ready to fully leverage the market recovery which is imminent. Over the next few months, Ruggiero and his teams will focus on the best execution of the Group's plans for the peak season.

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