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Lamborghini appoints Andrea Baldi as Head, Asia Pacific Region

10-June-2014
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Lamborghini appoints Andrea Baldi as Head, Asia Pacific Region

Automobili Lamborghini announces the appointment of Andrea Baldi to the position of Head of the Asia Pacific Region, effective immediately.

In this role, Baldi will have overall responsibility for the company’s sales, marketing and after sales operations in Asia Pacific. He will report to Thomas Felbermair, Commercial Director, Automobili Lamborghini.

In the meantime, Baldi will remain ad interim in his former position as Head of China Market.

Originally from Italy and 38 years old, Baldi has a University degree in Industrial and Management Engineering.

Baldi began his career in 2001 with Ducati where he covered different positions up to Area Manager Asia Pacific.

He joined Lamborghini in 2010 as Head of South East Asia Pacific & Pacific Markets before becoming Head of China Market in 2013.

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