Exclusive: Jaguar events manager departs after 14 years

Events manager Marcus Wall is to leave Jaguar Land Rover at the end of December after 14 years at the company.

Marcus Wall is to leave Jaguar at the end of the year
Marcus Wall is to leave Jaguar at the end of the year

Wall told C&IT: "After 14 years with Jaguar, I wanted a change of direction. [It was] a hard decision as Jaguar and Land Rover are two great brands that are going to become even more successful in the future. I plan to go travelling for a few months and am open to new opportunities."

Wall has worked in the automotive industry for more than 20 years, initially starting in a sales role before moving into operational and marketing roles. He joined Jaguar from Peugeot in 1999 as global autoshow manager and took on his current role in June 2009.

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