Meet The Quantum Team
Member of the Board of Managers and Chief Executive Officer
As Chief Executive Officer, Mike is responsible for day-to-day commercial operations and corporate development activities.
Mike brings over two decades of automotive industry experience to his executive role. Over the past 10 years, he has made a significant impact in the mobility sector, notably at car2go, where he helped transform the company from a single-city operation to a robust presence in 15 cities across the US and Canada, managing a fleet of over 10,000 vehicles. Throughout his tenure, Mike held key leadership positions, including CEO, COO, and CFO.
During his time at car2go, Mike spearheaded the establishment of a comprehensive finance department, overseeing functions from accounts payable to procurement, forecasting, and budgeting. He also played a pivotal role in creating and managing the product development function for North America, ensuring that product enhancements, testing, and implementation were executed with precision.
Moreover, Mike’s strategic acumen helped shape the company’s overall business strategy and operations. He played a pivotal role in city selection, optimizing operational efficiency, and refining go-to-market strategies. With a proven track record of leadership and innovation, Mike is a valuable asset in the executive team, combining financial expertise with a deep understanding of the mobility and automotive sectors.
Mike is a graduate of Charles H. Kellstadt Graduate School of Business at DePaul University.
Member of the Board of Managers and Chief Remarketing Officer
As the Chief Remarketing Officer, Bob is integrally involved in the development and management of the Carshare Vehicle acquisition and remarketing program.
Bob has carved an impressive trajectory in the automotive and mobility sectors, evident from his numerous high-value achievements over the years. Most recently, Daimler/Mercedes Benz NA’s Car2Go/ShareNow benefited from Bob’s expertise. Here, he was not only involved in sales but also managed fleet assets valued at $1.2 billion. This dual role underscores his multifunctional capabilities, from sales to asset management in the burgeoning mobility service sector. Bob also crafted the Remarketing and Asset Strategy for Daimler North America Mobility.
Spanning over a decade from 2002 to 2013, Bob helmed the Ford Motor Company regional sales and remarketing operations, managing to average a staggering $1.2 billion annually. This 11-year stint attests to his sales prowess and understanding of regional market dynamics.
GM Financial witnessed Bob’s financial acumen in action, where he was instrumental in handling transactions that soared to $2.8 billion a year.
Guy Oberg III
Member of the Board of Managers and Executive Sales Representative
Guy is involved with capital raising, investor relations and sales at Quantum Mobility and he assists with sourcing new investment opportunities through his vast network of industry contacts. Guy will be focusing his sales efforts on selling Carshare Services in the Texas market to existing and new build residential communities, hotels and corporations. Guy is a 2nd generation commercial and residential real estate broker based in Austin, TX, and the Principal/Founder of The Oberg Group at Compass. Guy has over 18 years of experience and has closed over 500 transactions with an aggregate value of more than $250MM. He has invested in and raised capital for most of the residential and commercial investments made by various Leaf Group affiliates.
Guy received a BA in Economics from The University of Texas at Austin.
Vice President of Business Development
As a self-described mobility nerd, Nick believes the future of transportation is shared, electric, and connected. He’s been involved in carsharing for over 7 years, previously serving as car2go’s General Manager in Austin, TX. During his time in the role, Nick worked with property owners to incorporate carsharing on-site at more than 150 properties. He became an expert in local parking policy and helped developers save over $100MM by reducing unnecessary on-site parking. Removing these spaces allowed the property to add more residential units rather than parking, a positive impact for a city experiencing a housing crisis. Born and raised in Minnesota, the long winters taught Nick to be humble and resilient. He believes that less is more and wants to help build sustainable and equitable communities.