Marx Buscemi Eisbrenner Group (MBE Group), a full-service marketing communications agency highly focused in the automotive, mobility, trucking, tech and consumer goods industries, has promoted Steffanie Savine to the role of executive vice president. Most recently serving as vice president, sales and accounts, Savine has been with the company since 2013.
In her new role, Savine will be actively engaged in setting and achieving the overall long-term strategy of the firm, including the growth of the agency’s accounts, team, offerings and capabilities. Additionally, she will continue her current responsibilities of supervising key accounts and recruiting new business for the firm.
“Steffanie is a seasoned professional who has a thorough understanding of both integrated marketing and the automotive industry, and has played a significant role in the growth of MBE Group during her eight years with the company,” said Frank Buscemi, CEO, MBE Group. “Her promotion is well-deserved and a reflection of Steffanie’s hard work and tireless dedication to both her clients and our agency.”
Savine is a highly motivated sales and marketing executive, with a proven record of shaping, promoting and growing B2B and B2C brands throughout an 18-year career in the aftermarket. During her tenure at the company she has held pivotal roles in many of the company’s key accounts and has executed successful marketing programs including brand and product launches.
Playing an active role in the automotive industry, Savine currently serves as chair of the Auto Care Association’s marketing and communications committee, is a member of Women in Auto Care and is a past president of the Automotive Communications Council. She was a recipient of the inaugural Women at the Wheel award in 2020, an award for “women who are leading, influencing and thriving in what historically has been a male-dominated field.”
Savine earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in communications, with a major in public relations, from Wayne State University. Additionally, she earned her Master Automotive Aftermarket Professional (MAAP) designation from the University of the Aftermarket.