Kin + Carta names Adam Hasemeyer as Americas CEO

12 October 2022 2 min. read
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Kin + Carta, a digital transformation consultancy, has promoted Adam Hasemeyer to group chief executive officer of the Americas region.

Hasemeyer succeeds Kelly Manthey, who was earlier this year named global CEO of the London-headquartered firm.

As Americas CEO, Hasemeyer will focus on developing and executing the strategic vision for the region as well as continue its strong growth trajectory. Kin + Carta has Americas locations in New York, Chicago, Denver, Portland, and Buenos Aires.

Based in Denver, he brings over 17 years of experience in digital transformation consulting to the role. He previously spent 16 years at Spire Digital, which was acquired by Kin + Carta in 2019.

Hasemeyer joined Spire in 2005 as a new business analyst and then led the firm’s growth team from 2012 to 2016 – transforming Spire from a local CMS firm into a regional mobile-first consultancy. He became president in 2016, establishing Latin American hubs and leading the firm to 53% operating profit CAGR between 2016 and 2020.

Kin + Carta names Adam Hasemeyer as Americas CEO

Hasemeyer led the sale of Spire to Kin + Carta in 2019 and afterwards held the role of president and CEO at the firm. In 2021 he stepped into his current role as president of the US West region at Kin + Carta.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing and management information systems from Miami University.

“Adam has been a key part of Kin + Carta’s growth journey for a number of years, and there’s nobody better to guide our Americas operation through our ambitious growth plans,” Manthey said. “Over the past 17 years, Adam has garnered invaluable experience within the DX industry, he’s led acquisitions and global expansion efforts throughout his career. He is ideal to further strengthen our efforts in the Americas region.”

Hasemeyer added, “Kin + Carta is building a business with the firm belief that it can be a force for good, balancing profit, people, and planet with every decision and providing the very best solutions for our clients across technology, data, and experience. Kelly laid an incredible foundation in her time in this role, and I’m excited to continue the strong growth in the region.”

Kin + Carta’s 2,000 professionals deliver services in strategy and innovation, digital products and experiences, cloud and platforms, and data and AI. The firm works with clients across agriculture, financial services, industrials, insurance, private equity, public sector, retail, and healthcare.

Kin + Carta has offices in the UK, Greece, Bulgaria, Kosovo, North Macedonia, the US, and Argentina.