Tusker has appointed Andrew White as a member of its new business development team as it continues to expand operations to meet rising customer demand.
White comes to Tusker with over 20 years’ experience in the fleet industry, many with leading leasing companies, and includes extensive experience of the employee car ownership market in his portfolio.
Previous companies have included Avis Fleet Services, Interleasing, Whitechapel, Provecta and Leasedrive Velo and White offers a wide range of relevant new business experience, including three years leading a new business team specialising in employee car ownership schemes.
As business development manager, he will be responsible for identifying and developing new business opportunities in both the contract hire and salary sacrifice arenas on a national basis, and report to managing director David Hosking.
White’s appointment is one of a series that Tusker has made in recent weeks as it staffs up to meet an ever-expanding client base, especially linked to its astonishing and market-leading growth in the salary sacrifice arena.
“Salary sacrifice is a growing market with a lot of opportunities. Having seen a number of the schemes available, I can safely say that the Tusker system is streets ahead of the competition in terms of specifying a policy and delivering it,” White said.
“A number of the competitors talk about it, but Tusker is in a totally different ball game in terms of its product and its delivery,” he added.
“I’m looking forward to being part of a successful team and contributing fully to the success and growth of the company. I have a lot of experience in tax-based schemes and hope I can bring that experience to bear at Tusker,” he said.
David Hosking commented: “We welcome Andrew to the Tusker team and his extensive fleet experience will prove to be a major asset for us.
“The business is expanding so rapidly, especially in the salary sacrifice arena, that we have made several new employee appointments to keep up with demand. We are fully committed to providing not just outstanding products in both contract hire and salary sacrifice, but matching that with first-rate customer service and to continue to do that we need first rate people,” he said.