Campaign India Team
Sep 04, 2018

Zac Hollis to take over as director – sales, service and marketing at Skoda India

Replaces Ashutosh Dixit who will take on a new role within the Volkswagen Group

Zac Hollis to take over as director – sales, service and marketing at Skoda India
Skoda India has announced the appointment of Zac Hollis as director – sales, service and marketing at Škoda Auto India. 
 
He will take charge on 1 November 2018. He is currently head of sales in China for Skoda. He will report to Škoda India's MD, Gurpratap Boparai.
 
Hollis will replace Ashutosh Dixit who will take on an international role within the Volkswagen Group.
 
Boparai said, "I am pleased to have Zac Hollis join us to head the sales, service and marketing operations for Škoda Auto India. His experience and expertise in developing markets like China will help us immensely to implement the India 2.0 strategy for Škoda Auto India. I would like to thank Mr Ashutosh Dixit for spearheading the premium positioning of the Škoda brand in India together with modernisation of the dealer network through the new CICD implementation. Ashutosh, who has spent over 11 years with ŠKODA in India and other international assignments has been instrumental in preparing crucial ground work for the India 2.0 Project‘.
 
 
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