CAN Capital, a market share leader in alternative small business finance, has named Chris Moloney as its new Chief Marketing Officer. Moloney will lead the company’s marketing initiatives, product management and continue to build the CAN Capital brand as an innovator and supporter of small businesses. He will be based in Kennesaw, Georgia and report directly to Daniel DeMeo, Chief Executive Officer.
“We’re thrilled that Chris is joining our team at such an exciting time for both CAN Capital and the fintech sector,” shared CAN Capital CEO Daniel DeMeo. “Chris’ experience in digital and social media marketing to drive measurable business results will help support our continued growth and profitability. He brings a deep understanding of what it takes to acquire customers, build partnerships, and raise awareness of the work we do to support the small businesses that are the backbone of the American economy.”
The Wharton grad brings more than 20 years of financial services marketing experience in creating and managing large-scale programs to drive customer growth and retention with a strong focus on digital and social media. He joins CAN Capital from Gremln Social Media, a leading digital marketing firm focused on the financial services industry. Moloney served as CEO of Gremln and led the company’s overall operations and strategy in serving its 100 financial clients.
“I’m excited to have the opportunity to help build on CAN Capital’s 18 years of success serving small businesses,” opined Moloney. “CAN Capital is a trailblazer in using cutting-edge technology to help small business owners get the working capital they need to grow their businesses. I look forward to working with the team to maximize the company’s digital and social channels to increase their reach and further raise awareness of CAN Capital’s products and solutions.”
Prior to Gremln, Moloney spent four years as Chief Marketing Officer for Wells Fargo Advisors, where he was responsible for both brand and marketing for over 15,000 financial advisors, growing both client acquisition and financial advisor recruiting. He previously held the CMO role at both Experian and Scottrade, two of the largest online marketers in the U.S.
CAN Capital, Inc., established in 1998, is a market share leader in alternative small business finance, having provided access to over $6.0 billion in capital for over 70,000 small businesses in a wide range of locations and different business types. CAN Capital, Inc. makes capital available to businesses through business loans made by WebBank, member FDIC, and through CAN Capital’s subsidiaries including Merchant Cash Advances by CAN Capital Merchant Services, Inc., and business loans by CAN Capital Asset Servicing, Inc.