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Stéphane Chesnel appointed director of Citroën Business International

Stéphane Chesnel has been appointed director of Citroën Business International, the entity responsible for growing the brand’s B2B sales.

Chesnel, 37, holds a diploma in Automobile Network Management (professional chair in partnership with the ESSCA, ESTACA and ENSAM) and is a graduate of l’Ecole Supérieure des Sciences Commerciales in Angers.

He began his career in the automotive industry in 1996 with an equipment manufacturer before going on to hold a number of positions with carmakers. After working for General Motors, he joined Volkswagen to manage the development of the Skoda network and then assumed responsibility for the key accounts markets for the group’s five brands. He became head of the fleet strategy and remarketing department in 2010.

With 15 years’ experience in the automotive industry, Chesnel joins Citroën as director of Citroën Business International.

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