Rawdon Glover replaces Jeremy Hicks as JLR UK managing director

Time 2:15 pm, May 25, 2018

RAWDON Glover has been appointed UK managing director of Jaguar Land Rover as part of a major restructure. 

Jeremy Hicks remains with the business to take up a new position of (global) market performance director.

From July 2, Anthony Bradbury, global marketing communications director, will become UK marketing director and Scott Dicken will take up the role of UK sales director.

Glover, pictured, said: ‘I am delighted to be taking the role of managing director for Jaguar Land Rover UK at such an exciting time for the industry. There is so much opportunity to take advantage of with the advent of our electric revolution alongside the introduction of exciting new vehicles and the continued development of our retailer network. I can’t wait to get started.’

With an automotive career spanning 19 years, Glover has held senior director roles in the Volkswagen Group in sales, marketing, aftersales in the UK and overseas markets. He joined Jaguar Land Rover in 2013 and for the past five years has held the position of global director for services.

Jeremy Hicks said: ‘It has been a privilege to help shape the future of Jaguar Land Rover in its home market during such a strong phase of growth and positive change. We have achieved so much over the past six-and-a-half years and I have had the honour of working with a first-class team.

‘I’m also delighted to be taking on this new global assignment at a time when we are seeking to capitalise on the many opportunities presented to us to develop our performance across the world.’

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