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MINI man leaves

TREVOR Houghton-Berry, who oversaw the launch of the new MINI brand in the UK, has left the company. Andy Hearn, formerly MINI’s national sales manager, has succeeded him as general manager of MINI.

Houghton-Berry had been corporate sales director at Rover Group until the company was sold by BMW in 2000 and remained within BMW to launch MINI in the UK. He had joined Rover Group from Mazda.

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