CMB Automotive Marketing Expands US Operations

CMB Automotive Marketing Expands US Operations

Emily Phillips has been appointed marketing director, North America.

CMB Automotive Marketing has expanded its U.S. operations with the appointment of Emily Phillips as marketing director, North America.

Located in the automotive epicenter of Metro Detroit, Phillips joins CMB’s international leadership team, helping to orchestrate and execute client marketing strategies as well as continuing to expand operations across the U.S. and North America.

With nearly a decade of marketing management and creative experience in the heavy truck and commercial vehicle sector, Phillips brings extensive knowledge and expertise, combined with her natural creative flair, to add significant value to clients and their prospective projects.

According to the company, the appointment of Phillips as marketing director, North America, is another step toward furthering expansion of its U.S. team and reflects the company’s commitment to adding more and more experience and value to its U.S. and international clients.

“CMB is well on its way to becoming the most sought-after automotive marketing agency globally and I am thrilled to be joining the team,” said Phillips. “I am honored to be asked to lead such a pivotal expansion for the company by not only providing an extension here on the ground in the U.S., but also by delivering high-impact strategies of the utmost in quality to our clients. The automotive and aftermarket industries in the U.S. and North America can now have even closer access to CMB and our range of capabilities. I am ready to elevate our presence here in the U.S. and continue to add to the momentum and growth behind the success that CMB already is.” 

CMB offers international marketing expertise for OEMs, the Tier 1 supply chain, automotive technology and commercial vehicle sectors and is unrivalled in the industry with a portfolio of successful case studies that span the globe.

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