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Alphabet announce new appointments for Affinity Partnerships

Darren Harnett, Alphabet

Alphabet has announced two new appointments for the company’s Affinity Partnerships channel, with Darren Harnett moving to national specialist funding manager, while Frankie Danson becomes the company’s new national intermediary manager.

Harnett brings over a decade worth of fleet experience with him, and has worked for the company since 2016.

Danson has worked for Alphabet for over five years, in a variety of roles, but now takes on the one left behind by Harnett.

Oliver Stevenson, head of Affinity Partnerships at Alphabet, said: “I’m thrilled to be able to announce the appointment of Darren and Frankie into their new roles with Alphabet.

“They are two talented and highly-regarded individuals within our organisation who have grown and developed with the business.

“I’m pleased that we have been able to provide them with the opportunity for the next chapter of their careers.”

Alphabet provides business mobility services across Europe, and helps companies continue meeting its changing business travell requirements.

Stevenson concluded: “The world of Affinity Partnerships is a dynamic and exciting one, with the challenge of meeting the needs of a diverse range of customers across a broad range of market sectors – from large corporate customers through to the UK’s leading rental and credit hire operators.

“Our Affinity Partnerships channel helps to meet the mobility needs of some of the UK’s largest corporate fleets, so Darren and Frankie will be key to our continued success in this important business channel.”

Alphabet manages a fleet of over 138,000 vehicles in the UK, and more than 700,000 vehicles across 28 countries.

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