MUNICH 01/09/2015 – As of September 1st 2015 Uwe Hildinger is Chief Commercial Officer at Alphabet International. Prior to taking up this new role, he was Head of Sales and Marketing at Alphabet Germany.
His tenure at the company began in 2008 as Managing Director of Alphabet Germany’s Munich office. He subsequently worked as Head of Operations for Alphabet Germany for two years. From 2011 to August 2015, Mr Hildinger oversaw all sales and marketing activities. Mr Hildinger has devoted his entire career to fleet management: before joining Alphabet he held various positions at LHS where, among other accomplishments, he successfully integrated LHS Sales into Alphabet Germany. A true salesperson at heart, he knows and understands client needs, as well as all aspects of the fleet industry, inside and out.
“Our clients’ requirements drive how we do business. We get things moving every day – through our comprehensive consulting, flexible service and individualised support,” Hildinger said.
His predecessor at Alphabet International, Eric Lelarge, is leaving the company to accept the position Head of Business & Sales Development at BMW Financial Services.
Alphabet is a leading provider of Business Mobility in Europe. As such, it enables companies to manage their corporate mobility in an economical and sustainable way. Founded in 1997 as a division of BMW Group, Alphabet has gathered extensive knowledge of international fleet management and leasing. Its comprehensive portfolio includes consulting and funding as well as smart management products and services for company fleets. Alphabet’s Business Mobility solutions are tailor-made to meet specific corporate requirements. Today, Alphabet has more than 555,000 cars and light commercial vehicles of all makes under management and is ranked fourth in the market. Applying its expertise and technology, Alphabet also pioneers the creation of Advanced Mobility Solutions: AlphaElectric offers companies comprehensive eMobility, while AlphaCity is a cost-effective Corporate CarSharing option. Alphabet has its headquarters in Munich, Germany and is represented in 18 countries. For more information, please visit www.alphabet.com.