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Tiger Rentals Guyana Inc. announced on Wednesday that it has appointed Guyanese, Shane Singh, as its new Country Manager.

“Mr. Singh’s appointment will play a critical role in supporting Tiger Rentals’ continued growth, strategy and delivery of quality service in Guyana’s market,” the company said.

Responsibilities in this new role will require Mr. Singh to oversee all aspects of Tiger Rentals’ strategy and execution with the goal of increasing its market position and improving customers experience.

The company said his accomplishment and growth with the organisation is an example of what is achievable with hard work and dedication. “He is recognised by his customers as a reliable and service focused representative of our product and services. Mr. Singh joined Tiger Rentals in 2018 as an Operations Coordinator and was soon promoted to Operations Manager.”

Tiger Rentals said with a background in public and private sector Business Development, Mr. Singh’s strengths include strong communication, organizational and negotiation skills.

He also brings a wealth of knowledge and industry expertise to his new role as Country Manager, the company said.

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