Kuhn brings nearly two decades of consumer finance and fintech experience to his new role.

Kuhn brings nearly two decades of consumer finance and fintech experience to his new role.

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Mike Albert, a mobility company offering fleet leasing and management services, announced the appointment of Marty Kuhn as the company’s new president on Nov. 28, effective immediately.

Kuhn brings nearly 20 years of experience in both the direct-to-consumer and business-to-business spaces. Marty Betagole will remain in place as the company’s chief executive officer.

According to the company, Kuhn will develop and implement Mike Albert's corporate vision and provide strategic leadership across its business units: fleet, rental, and sales & service. He will also be responsible for continuing to grow the company in a sustainable manner while maintaining quality, efficiency, and productivity. 

"We are very excited to have Marty joining our team. His significant financial experience and his passion for innovation align well with our culture, and in particular, our values of being 'financially fixated' and 'what got us here won’t get us there,'" said Marty Betagole, CEO of Mike Albert. "We are confident Marty will lead us forward to further growth and evolution."  

A self-described “CFO-plus,” Kuhn brings a wealth of expertise in developing financial growth strategies that leverage technology and people. Most recently, he served as the president of TEMPOE & SmartPay in Cincinnati, where he led a strategic shift toward e-commerce, digital marketing, and technological advancements to drive growth during the pandemic. 

"I am beyond thrilled to be joining the Mike Albert team — an incredible group of innovative, dedicated professionals who are passionate about providing top-quality service to their clients,” Kuhn said . “The opportunity to build on Mike Albert’s many decades of success is an honor, and I look forward to helping guide this organization to continued success.” 

Kuhn replaces Jeffrey Hart, who left Mike Albert in October to become president of Cary, N.C.-based e-Emphasys Technologies.

Originally posted on Automotive Fleet

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