DETROIT, Sept. 28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Global automotive retail consulting firm Urban Science today announced the promotion of Ramon Motilla to regional client director, South America, a new role at the company. Motilla, previously the managing director of Urban Science's Mexico City office, will be responsible for leading client relationships in South America to ensure client satisfaction and quality delivery of Urban Science solutions.
"As the South American market matures, Urban Science is prepared to help OEMs and dealerships meet market demands and achieve financial goals," said Jim Anderson, CEO of Urban Science. "The Mexico City office experienced many successes under Ramon's leadership. He is a proven leader who helped grow our Mexico City office and we expect more great things from him in South America."
Motilla joined Urban Science in 1995 to establish the Mexico City office. In his role as managing director, he supported the global client demands in the Latin American countries of South America. Under Motilla's leadership, the Mexico City office grew from one employee to 41 and sold the first national industry-wide shared sales database for automobile manufacturers, a program that has grown from two brand clients to include all industry manufacturers.
As regional client director, South America, Motilla will be developing and managing relationships with the global clients in the South American region, and will ensure the best-in-class delivery of Urban Science solutions. In addition, he will support Urban Science's growth in Brazil, including the development of a shared sales plan for Brazil.
About Urban Science
Founded in 1977, Urban Science is a global automotive retail consulting firm that combines science with marketing to give companies the competitive edge they need to increase their market share and profitability in the most effective and efficient manner. With headquarters in Detroit, Urban Science serves its global clientele from offices in the United States, Spain, United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, France, Australia, China, Mexico, Japan, India and Russia. www.urbanscience.com
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