Pieter Nota to take over BMW Sales as Ian Robertson Retires

 

AutoInformed.com on BMW Board of ManagementOn 1 January 2018 Pieter Nota will join the Board of Management of BMW AG and be responsible for the sales and brand BMW, as well as aftermarket sales for the BMW Group. Ian Robertson, current Board of Management member for BMW sales, will linger as a “Special Representative of the BMW Group in the UK,” before retiring on 30 June 2018.

“For almost a decade on the Board of Management of BMW AG, Ian Robertson has shaped the image and future direction of the BMW brand and the BMW i and BMW M sub-brands”, said Norbert Reithofer, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of BMW AG.

“Even through challenging economic times, he enabled the continuous growth of the company by achieving one sales record after the other. I would like to thank him for his accomplishments and am pleased that he will remain with the company as a BMW Group Ambassador for the UK, one of our most important markets and production locations.”

Pieter Nota transfers to the BMW Group from Royal Philips. Born in the Netherlands, the 52-year-old is currently Philips’ Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President for “Personal Health,” in the company’s consumer products segment. Prior to that, Nota was on the Board of Management of Beiersdorf AG as Chief Marketing and Innovation Officer, and previously held various management functions with Unilever in the UK, Germany, the Netherlands and Poland.

“With Pieter Nota we can attain an experienced sales and marketing expert with an international profile,” claimed Harald Krüger, Chairman of the Board of Management of BMW AG. “I am convinced that his proven track record in innovation and transformation will continue to lead our core brand BMW and its products through the future of connected mobility.”

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