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Adam Schoebel Joins the Equipment Finance Team at First Business

MADISON, WI – November 24, 2020 – First Business Equipment Finance, LLC, a subsidiary of First Business Bank, is pleased to announce that Adam Schoebel was hired as Vice President – Sales, Vendor Finance. He is located in Southern California. In his role, Adam will expand First Business’s presence in construction, healthcare, and technology by establishing vendor programs with OEMs, resellers, and distributors in the western United States.

Previously, Adam served as Regional Sales Executive for Southern California at Pitney Bowes and as Regional Sales Manager – Specialty Markets at Hitachi Capital America Vendor Services, where he earned numerous awards including “Rookie of the Year” and “Executive Presidents Club” for outstanding sales results. Adam has been dedicated to the equipment leasing industry since 2008 and has extensive experience establishing programs with vendors ranging in size from small private to large publicly traded companies.

“Adam brings with him deep industry experience and unmatched energy — a combination that we’re thrilled to have on our growth sales team. I know he’ll make a difference immediately and hit the ground running,” said David Sook, Senior Vice President – Equipment Finance.

About First Business Equipment Finance
First Business Equipment Finance, LLC, offers a wide variety of competitively priced financing and leasing options to support vendors, overcoming common selling obstacles such as budgetary and cash flow constraints. We help vendors close more sales faster with a proprietary underwriting process, and our vendor finance experts know your industry, which you’ll appreciate for years to come.

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