Infiniti names Stefan Weinmann as general manager for Global Communications

Article by Anita Panait, on March 19, 2013

Infiniti has named Stefan Weinmann as the General Manager of Infiniti Global Communications, effective April 1, 2013. As general manager of Infiniti Global Communications, Weinmann will be in charge of leading the division, including Product, Internal and Corporate Communications. For the newly created post, Weinmann will hold office at Infiniti's Hong Kong Global Headquarters and will report directly to Johan de Nysschen, President of Infiniti Motor Company Ltd.

De Nysschen welcomed Weinmann, saying that they expect his prior experiences will benefit the alignment and performance of Infiniti’s communications around the world. Infiniti’s president said that Weinmann will play a vital role in supporting the development of the Infiniti brand and reputation as the carmaker introduces itself to premium customers in new markets globally.

Prior to joining Infiniti, Weinmann was General Director for Internal and Alliance Communications at Adam Opel AG in Germany. He was responsible for handling Opel Corporate Affairs.  He served various positions -- external and internal, strategic and tactical and national and international – with Opel and General Motors for around 22 years.

Weinmann remarked that it is a privilege to join Infiniti, which he described as a growing brand that “holds much promise for an exciting future.” He quipped that he looks forward to bringing his experiences to help accelerate Infiniti’s presence and performance across the world. Nathalie Greve, Senior Manager at Infiniti Global Communications, will report directly to Weinmman.

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