MIAMI — AutoLeadStar, a global private company offering a complete marketing automation platform to accelerate growth in the auto dealer segment, announced today that Mark Davidoff, one of Detroit’s most recognized and active leaders, has joined its board of directors.
His understanding of how to use innovation to drive action and positive change will be instrumental as we provide sophisticated dealer marketing that enables one to one matching between shoppers and their cars this next year.
Davidoff brings with him a wealth of experience in building stewardship and driving collective action across multiple sectors including: health care, nonprofit, and government. He is coming at a pivotal time in AutoLeadStar’s growth as it offers a single platform for the auto dealer segment driving the entire marketing to sales process, creating one-to-one matches by treating each shopper and each vehicle as an individual transaction. With offices in South Florida and Israel, AutoLeadStar is leveraging top tier technology from the same Israeli tech ecosystem that helped build Waze and Mobileye, and bringing it to retail automotive.
In addition to his role on AutoLeadStar’s board, Davidoff is currently President & CEO of The Fisher Group, the family office of Max M. Fisher, one of Detroit’s most iconic families. Before his time with The Fisher Group, Davidoff served as Deloitte LLPs Michigan Managing Partner, acting as the firm’s top leader in Michigan.
“It is such an honor to welcome Mark to our board of directors,” said Aharon Horwitz, CEO of AutoLeadStar. “His understanding of how to use innovation to drive action and positive change will be instrumental as we provide sophisticated dealer marketing that enables one to one matching between shoppers and their cars this next year.”
Alongside his corporate responsibilities, Davidoff manages an impressive slate of community board positions, including: Chair of the Board for the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, and seats on Business Leaders for Michigan, the Michigan Israeli Business Accelerator, the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan, and the Detroit Economic Club.
“One of my great passions is leveraging the innovation and entrepreneurship found in Israel companies and building a bridge to solve issues here in the United States,” said Davidoff. “AutoLeadStar has long been an extremely strong example of a global technology company using innovative solutions to create change in the automotive sector. As a lifelong Detroiter, I look forward to working with AutoLeadStar as a member of the Board.“
For additional information on AutoLeadStar’s marketing automation solutions, please visit www.autoleadstar.com.