AutoWallis appoints new director to head subsidiary

Automotive

Starting from January, the AutoWallis subsidiary Wallis Motor Pest and Duna will be led by a new managing director: Sándor Mátrabérci joins the group with 20 years of experience in the upper management of premium vehicle brand sales.

In the future, Péter Antal, the former leader of the two companies, will concentrate on managing the AutoWallis Group’s Retail & Services Business Unit exclusively and on ensuring that the targets laid down in the strategy are met.

Mátrabérci will be responsible for the retail sale and customer service of the BMW, Mini, Maserati, and Isuzu brands at three sites. In his previous position, he worked as the Hungarian Brand Manager for Audi. He graduated from the College of Commerce and Catering (today called the Budapest Business School) with a degree in Commercial Business Administration, followed by a second degree in Business and Marketing Economics, and then completed the Agile Leadership training at the Kürt Academy.

He started his career at Porsche Hungária in 1992, then, after a brief stint with Renault Hungaria Kft, he returned to Porsche Hungária in 1996 to work in various positions (pricing manager, Brand Manager of WeltAuto) and was Hungarian Brand Manager for Audi from 2003 until 2021, giving him a wide range of experience in the sale of both new and used vehicles.

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