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Everlasting Capital Promotes Seal to Chief Visionary Officer

January 24, 2020, 07:20 AM

Everlasting Capital, a provider in the equipment finance, leasing and working capital industry, has promoted Jason Seal as Chief Visionary Officer.

Seal is an accomplished business leader with tenured experience in business case development, process improvement, change management, project management and operational excellence. Prior to joining Everlasting Capital, he held management positions at State Farm, USSTC, Landmark Group and Griffin Private Services where he had an equity share in the business. He oversaw numerous corporate initiatives including administrative development, proprietary software development, and overall corporate structure. This initiative led to a sale in the company, where he sought out different projects within other corporations.

Everlasting Capital, located in Rochester, NH, recently transformed the company from a simple one strategy small business to a mid-sized big vision financial firm. Everlasting Capital’s financial products have generated so much interest and on-boarding of new partners and customers that Everlasting Capital executives began an extensive search for change to fuel continued growth. Their search ended after a series of meetings with Seal, when he accepted the Chief Visionary Officer position.

“Seal is a brilliant executive who has always been on the top of our list to bring into the position due to the fact of when we did not know how to handle certain situations when discussing scaling, he had the answers – and that time is now,” said CEO Josh Feinberg. “We are scaling very fast and expect growth to accelerate. Seal will help ensure that we scale smoothly and successfully across all business units to the benefit of our employees, customers and partners. He brings nimble and flexible operating experience along with enterprise best practices. We couldn’t be more thrilled to have him on our Executive team.”

As CVO, Seal will immediately address key high-growth initiatives with an alignment of the company's core values. Longer term, his objective is to ensure the company’s core operational structure and processes while encouraging employee engagement and alignment with the executive team’s focus on customer and partner experiences.

“I have previously worked at companies where it’s been a challenge to move the needle and make significant impact” said Seal. “At Everlasting Capital, I have an opportunity to directly influence company direction and outcomes, which is the reason this position appealed to me. During this time of growth, I am honored that Everlasting Capital has given me the opportunity to put processes and procedures in place that will directly affect the scalable growth of the company. This endeavor presents real challenges but also lots of opportunity for everyone in the organization.”

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