Mayra González He began his career with car sales in the agency, then was the first Mexican woman to take over Nissan's management in Mexico and would now be the general director of global sales in Japan. Here we are telling you some information to know it.
– She is known as the most important woman in the automotive industry in the country that took the first position with that nationality.
– He graduated from the University of Technology of Mexico (Unitec) a marketing degree in 1998.
– He studied the Corporate Leadership Program at Harvard in 2017.
– Also a business program at IPADE Business School.
Since the beginning of his career in the Japanese company 15 years ago, he has contributed to the automotive company's arrival in the first place in the sale of vehicles.
– He started at Nissan 2001 as Sales Manager at CrediNissanu and Renault. The position where she was 5 years old. – I remember so well. On April 2, 2001, I entered the Alliance with Renault, but before that I sold cars to the automotive agency, Gonzalez told Notimex.
Sales Manager Nissan Mexicana S.A. C.V. (2007-2009).
– Director of Quality and Development of Nissan North America Distribution Network (2012-2015).
– Vice President of Nissan market sales in Mexico (2014-2016).
– President and CEO of Nissan (since 2016).
– Responsible for developing the first local distribution network project, which meant an increase of more than 26,000 additional units sold during fiscal year 2012.
In its profile, LinkedIn is defined as: an ambitious executive power with great experience in the automotive industry, offering excellent management skills for presentations, communications and intercultural teams.
Also, as a leader with high energy output, it creates strategic alliances with leaders of organizations to effectively coordinate and support key business initiatives.
It emphasizes that it creates and retains high-performance teams through the development and motivation of qualified professionals.
– Nissan announced on May Thursday that Mayra González will take over as general director of global sales Nissan Motor in Japan, which will leave the Nissan Mexican chairman on July 1.
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