Google’s Guy Schueller Joined Twitter as Industry Director of Automotive

He will report to Rob Pietsch and be based in Detroit

Guy Schueller will work with top automotive brands in the U.S. julos/iStock
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Twitter raided the Google garage to find its new industry director of automotive.

Google automotive industry director Guy Schueller joined the social network after over six years at the search-engine giant. He will report to managing director of tech, auto and telecommunications Rob Pietsch.

While at Google, Schueller co-led sales and operations teams within the U.S. automotive vertical, focusing on General Motors, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and Ford Motor.

At Twitter, he will work with top automotive brands in the U.S. to drive partnerships and revenue growth, working on campaigns such as Mini USA’s “Tweet to Test Drive.”

He will be based in Detroit.

Prior to Google, Schueller spent almost two years as global automotive industry insights lead at Microsoft, following more than one decade on the agency side of the business, including with Starcom and Universal McCann.

Schueller shared the following statement: “It’s a great time to be an auto marketer because the industry is in a transformation, and it all starts with genuine connections to consumers. Twitter brings exciting opportunities for brands to achieve their goals through creative solutions, and I’m thrilled to join the team.”

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Twitter David Cohen is editor of Adweek's Social Pro Daily.