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LotLinx Names Gee Leung COO

January 17, 2018

CHICAGO — Automotive AI provider LotLinx announced Gee Leung, who has served as a trusted advisor to hundreds of digital media and technology companies over multiple decades, has joined the company as COO. 

Leung joins LotLinx at a pivotal time in the company’s development, as it transitions from an innovative startup to an established technology leader in the automotive digital marketing sector.

“We are extremely pleased to add Gee’s caliber of experience to the team,” said LotLinx founder Len Short. “I’ve known Gee a long time and he has an unparalleled insight into what drives success for technology companies. I am confident his energy and dynamic background will resonate with our customers, and our team will greatly benefit from his skillset and unique perspective.”

Leung began his technology banking career in the late ’90s, and had a front row seat during the early internet technology boom. Most recently he served as partner at AGC Partners, a boutique technology investment banks in the country. Prior to AGC, Leung held senior banking positions at MESA Global and Montgomery & Co. and  Earlier in his career, he was a technology M&A banker at Friedman Billings and was also part of the technology investment banking team at Citigroup.

Leung will now work out of LotLinx’ newly expanded Chicago headquarters.

“I have been covering the automotive digital marketing sector for years and have always admired LotLinx for its innovation and dedication to the dealer,” Leung said. “Len and the team have built something special, creating a platform that’s truly revolutionizing the way dealers and OEMs conduct digital marketing. I’m excited to bring my expertise and background to LotLinx, and look forward to helping our customers and partners succeed.”

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