Crown World Mobility Appoints Jeremy Beglin as new Regional Manager, Business Development – UK and Ireland

Crown World Mobility is extremely pleased to announce that Jeremy Beglin has been appointed to Regional Manager, Business Development – UK and Ireland.

Jeremy BeglinMost recently, Jeremy spent 15 years as COO and Vice President of Global Sales at Sterling Relocation prior to the acquisition by UniGroup. Prior to that, he held the roles as European Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Sirva, and Managing Director at Rowan Simmons. Jeremy is an experienced mobility professional with proven success at leading and growing sales, as well as at the strategic management and development of corporate clients.

Commenting on the appointment, Giovanni De Carlo, Business Development Director EMEA, said:

“Jeremy’s arrival is one further key appointment of Crown’s Business Development team in the EMEA region with a clear commitment to invest in our future growth. My team is looking forward to working with him and to learn from his expertise and experience.”

His previous roles have primarily been focused around the customer. He worked closely with clients designing and delivering mobility solutions, which also included, managing, motivating and developing the teams involved within this process.

Vice President of Business Development for Crown World Mobility, Nick Sutton commented:

“We are extremely excited to be welcoming Jeremy to our team.  He brings with him an abundance of experience and the capability to build solutions that help organisations optimise and manage their global workforce.  Jeremy will be a great addition to our UK and Ireland business.”

Jeremy Beglin commented on his appointment:

“I am very excited about working for a highly respected, truly global brand that is committed to delivering a first-class service. I am looking forward to the opportunity of supporting clients within my region to develop practical, cost-effective solutions for all their mobility needs.”

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