Friday, June 21, 2024

Mercedes boss leaves position in Denmark immediately

Charlotta Bauer didn't even manage to be responsible for Mercedes' PR in Denmark for one year, because she is a thing of the past again.

Mercedes in Denmark will once again have a new PR manager. The current Charlotta Bauer, who was also responsible for communications in Sweden, has resigned from her position.

That's what Motor magazine writes.

Charlotta Bauer didn't even get to sit in charge of the two countries' Mercedes communications for a year, because she quit.

She herself was employed in the position on the basis of a round of savings at the brand, which in June last year merged the PR departments in Denmark and Sweden.

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According to the Motor magazine, the current person responsible for the area, Monica Linderoth, has not commented on why Mercedes has now again parted ways with a PR manager.

But Mercedes is far from the only brand that is changing at the top these days. Volvo in Denmark has said goodbye to its boss, and so has Volkswagen in Germany.

In the case of the latter, it is a question of a top director who slips away from his position 'for personal reasons'. However, it all coincides with the fact that Volkswagen is well underway with a major round of savings. Read more about it here .

At Tesla, they are also well on their way to replacing the top. Also among the bosses who are not quite so keen on the idea of a diet.

For example, a now former boss says that she herself was fired because she refused to fire more than the 15 percent of her employees that she had initially been asked to fire. Read more about it here .

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