Cartus names Tebbe CEO

Cartus Corporation, a global leader in talent mobility and corporate relocation solutions, on Monday named Matthew Tebbe its new CEO.

Cartus is part of Madison-based Anywhere Real Estate Inc.

Tebbe brings an extensive track record for unlocking growth for large, complex organizations with global footprints, the company said.

Most recently, he served as the general manager of group products for the education technology firm Riverside Insights. In this capacity, he led a large business unit that supported student growth and equity in more than 6,000 schools nationwide.

Tebbe previously held progressively intensive leadership positions at companies like the IT consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton, and Equifax, where he worked as the Australia-New Zealand region HR technology leader, establishing Australia’s largest native pre-employment screening business and launching a new workforce solutions offering in the region.

Tebbe will report to Don Casey, president and CEO of Anywhere Integrated Services and Relocation. It’s unclear where Tebbe will work from.

“Matthew has repeatedly proven himself as a transformational leader who is adept at managing and growing teams across international lines,” Casey said. “We are confident in his ability to accelerate momentum for Cartus, a company that serves clients in over 190 countries worldwide, working with our unrivaled team of mobility experts.”

Tebbe will take the helm of a company that has grown its client base to include more than a third of Fortune 100 companies as well as hundreds of clients who move anywhere from a few dozen to a few hundred employees each year.

“Cartus is truly at the forefront of the global relocation industry, and I’m honored to join a team that has built so many strong, lasting relationships with some of the world’s most influential companies,” Tebbe said. “It’s especially exciting to take this role amidst so many shifting trends that impact the ways in which the global workforce operates, which are creating new opportunities for Cartus to expand its innovative products and services in the coming years.”