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Dealer Auction appoints Kieran TeeBoon as new managing director

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Dealer Auction has announced the appointment of Kieran TeeBoon as managing director, alongside a management team restructure. 

TeeBoon (pictured) has been with Cox Automotive for five years and has been promoted from his role as operations director.

Prior to Dealer Auction, he worked with dealerships including Francis Seat and Listers.

TeeBoon adopts the new position at a time of strong growth for the business. The platform, saw a 7% year-on-year uplift in volume sold, and a 12% increase in average sales value, he will oversee the company’s growth strategy.

TeeBoon said: "We have a great team who move heaven and earth to exceed our clients expectations and provide a terrific service. Part of the success of dealer auction is its ability to integrate with our wider Cox Automotive services, enabling dealerships to fully manage all areas of the dealer spectrum.”

His appointment is part of a wider succession plan to structure the leadership team, which also sees Gary Nixon move to national sales director following his four-year tenure as business development manager. The company has also appointed Scott Allen as general manager.

Cox Automotive’s chief operating officer Martin Forbes said: "Dealer Auction is an important part of the Cox Automotive family.

"As the automotive industry moves ever towards digital, we are providing dealerships with industry-leading opportunities to simplify their stock management and, as a result, we've seen phenomenal growth over the past five years.

"The next 12 months will be an exciting time for the business. I look forward to welcoming Kieran into his new position to drive this growth forward." 

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