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KCoe Isom promotes four principalsKCoe Isom promotes four principals

Leaders instrumental in firm's growth strategy.

April 1, 2022

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KCoe Isom, a national business advisory and accounting firm focused on food and agriculture, announced the appointment of four firm leaders as principals: Alex Breitinger, Scott Brin, Joe Brunner and Jen Hertzig.
"These bright leaders have demonstrated an unwavering commitment to provide clients and peers with innovations and solutions that move business forward. We congratulate them and anticipate their continued influence in the firm and the industries they serve," says Jeff Wald, CEO for KCoe Isom. 
New Principals: 

  • Alex Breitinger is the firm's innovation leader, guiding the future of the firm's services through the combination of software development, technology implementation, human process improvement and data science. He is based in Florida. 

  • Scott Brin oversees the firm's strategic advisory practice, assisting executives with data-driven decision making. Brin manages and consults on buy-side and sell-side transactions, mergers, debt restructurings and various financial analyses. He is based in Kansas.    

  • Joe Brunner, CPA, is a recognized leader on the issues ag and traditional manufacturers and food processing businesses are facing. He helps businesses achieve their strategic vision and provides effective advisory around the challenges of business change and growth. He is based in Kansas.  

  • Jen Hertzig leads the client experience strategy for the firm and oversees the global and domestic brand strategy. She creates innovative solutions to enhance the customer experience, managing process improvements and change management for the firm and its clients. She is based in Tennessee.

Source: Kcoe Isom, which is solely responsible for the information provided, and wholly owns the information. Informa Business Media and all its subsidiaries are not responsible for any of the content contained in this information asset.

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