Susanne Loser appointed Alphabet International’s chief sales officer

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Alphabet International has appointed Susanne Loser as chief sales officer starting from 1 August.

Susanne Loser, CSO Alphabet International

Susanne Loser, CSO Alphabet International

Loser is currently head of sourcing at Alphabet Germany and will succeed CSO Rüdiger Ebel.

Loser started her career at BMW Bank in 2014 at this position. Before joining Alphabet, she held various positions at Mobility Concept GmbH and Sixt Leasing AG where she, among others, successfully led the Sourcing and Customer Care division.

“Our clients’ requirements drive how we do business. We get things moving every day – through our holistic consulting, flexible service and individualised support,” Susanne Loser said.

Markus Deusing, CCO Alphabet International added: “With her extensive knowledge in the mobility business and especially in the area of customer care, we will further develop our success in satisfying our customer’s needs”.

Rüdiger Ebel, will take on a new position within BMW Financial Services in Munich.

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