Global Mobility Solutions Appoints Tim Rambo as Director of Business Development
Global Mobility Solutions (http://gmsmobility.com) is pleased to announce the appointment of Tim Rambo as Director of Business Development. He will be responsible for new business development in the Western United States.
"We are most fortunate to have Tim Rambo as part of our team," commented Executive Vice President Mike Setze. "He has a history of providing exceptional service and guidance to both clients and prospective clients." Tim Rambo will be based at Global Mobility Solutions headquarters in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Before accepting his new position at Global Mobility Solutions, Tim worked for a decade in the business and financial services industry at leading firms such as Wells Fargo, JP Morgan Chase and PNC Financial. His roles included sales and account management. At PNC Financial, Tim was a member of the corporate relocation team, serving both relocating employees and corporate clients. Tim also brings a wealth of specialized relocation experience in mortgage lending, real estate, and home equity lending. He plans to lean on that experience as he helps build new business relationships at Global Mobility Solutions.
Tim has built a strong reputation of being a proactive business problem solver. He has demonstrated a talent for anticipating and meeting the needs of clients with individualized, effective solutions. Likewise, Tim has consistently been a respected teammate and contributor to his colleagues' success, a characteristic that Global Mobility Solutions considers essential to its mission.
About Global Mobility Solutions
Founded in 1987, Global Mobility Solutions is a global corporate relocation services company that specializes in workforce mobility. The company's corporate services include global assignment management, domestic relocation management and a range of pre-decision solutions. Global Mobility Solutions was ranked second in the relocation industry for overall customer satisfaction in HRO Today's Annual Relocation Survey.