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This profile was last updated on 12/28/14  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

President and Chief Executive Off...

Local Address: Cologne, North Rhine-Westfalia, Germany
Mazda Motor Europe
 
Background

Employment History

  • Managing Executive Officer
    Mazda Motor Europe
  • Europe Chief Executive Officer
    Mazda Motor Europe

Education

  • MBA & MA
    University of Michigan
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Jeff Guyton, head of Mazda's ...
mazdanissanheaven.com, 28 Dec 2014 [cached]
Jeff Guyton, head of Mazda's operations in Europe, expects the Mazda6 to compete well with models like the VW Passat. He said recently: We have additional opportunities particularly in company car fleets.
Speaker: Jeff ...
rossabc.com, 21 Aug 2014 [cached]
Speaker: Jeff Guyton
Jeff Guyton President & CEO, Mazda Motor (Europe)
Jeff Guyton is President & CEO of Mazda Motor Europe, and a Managing Executive Officer of Mazda Motor Corporation. Jeff joined Mazda in Hiroshima in 2000 as General Manager of the Cost Planning Division, responsible for controlling new product cost and investment worldwide. Jeff was named Vice President & CFO of Mazda's European business in 2003, and assumed his present position in 2009. Prior to joining Mazda, Jeff held a number of management positions in Finance with Ford Motor Company in Dearborn. After graduating from the University of Michigan (MBA & MA, 1991) he joined Ford Motor Company (Japan) in Hiroshima as that company's first locally-hired American.
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www.mazda.co.uk, 5 Nov 2013 [cached]
  • Finnish student receives €10,000 prize from Mazda Europe CEO Jeff Guyton
  • Award underscores Mazda’s spirit of challenging convention to make things better

Mazda Motor Europe President & CEO Jeff Guyton personally handed over the first “Mazda Make Things Better Award†yesterday to Antti Junkkari, a Finnish medical student, during a ceremony at the Geneva Motor Show.

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Organisers hope to eventually expand the venture to other parts of Africa. 

“We were very impressed by the way Antti’s project mirrors the spirit of Mazda’s ‘challenging convention to make things better’ principle,†said Mazda Motor Europe President & CEO Jeff Guyton, who was head of the award jury. “And we believe his initiative will effectively improve the lives of local people, which is exactly what this award is all about.†

Mazda launched the Make Things Better Award in October 2013 in Warsaw at the 13th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates, an annual forum bringing together Nobel Peace Prize recipients with young leaders of tomorrow to exchange ideas on how to make the world a better place.
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Saruwatari takes over from Ichiro Hirose, who will lead Mazda’s Powertrain Development Division as General Manager at Mazda Motor Corporation in Hiroshima, Japan. 

“As a long-time powertrain professional, Kenichiro Saruwatari has intimate knowledge of what is the heart and soul of Mazda’s unconventional carsâ€"and indeed the Mazda brand,†says Jeff Guyton, CEO & President Mazda Motor Europe. “So he is definitely the right man to lead our European R&D Centre into the future and will be a major asset for our development activities.â€

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Euro NCAP recently granted the new Mazda3 the maximum five stars for safety.

“It's a great honor to receive this recognition for what is our most important model,†says Jeff Guyton, President and CEO Mazda Motor Europe. “The reception for the Mazda3 has been tremendous thus far, with strong sales and order-take following outstanding reviews from journalists and Mazda fans around the world.
"The MX-5 is the product that ...
www.hawkesburymazda.com, 7 July 2014 [cached]
"The MX-5 is the product that best epitomizes Mazda's convention-defying spirit and our love of driving," says Mazda Motor Europe President and CEO Jeff Guyton.
Mazda Announces ‘Make Things Better Award’ at Youth Summit in Warsaw
www.mazda.co.uk, 23 Oct 2013 [cached]
Jeffrey H. Guyton, President & CEO, Mazda Motor Europe, and Wojciech Halarewicz, VP Communications at Mazda, announced the contest at a Mazda-led workshop entitled 'Modern Tools of Advocacy' at the Lech Walesa Institute's Civic Academy.
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"Mazda is a challenger brand that constantly defies convention: We have been using modern tools of advocacy successfully to tell our story and reach a growing number of people, even though we are relatively small compared to our big competitors," said Jeffrey H. Guyton at the workshop in Warsaw's Palace of Culture and Science. "The 'Make Things Better Award' will support young leaders to do the same, promoting a project in line with the Nobel Peace Laureates' intention of making the world a better place."
Heading the Civic Academy's workshop 'Modern Tools of Advocacy', Jeffrey H. Guyton and Wojciech Halarewicz discussed the ways in which modern communication tools can be used to promote causes that aim to improve people's lives.
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