Ran Hoth retiring after 18 years with Better Business Bureau

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Ran Hoth

MILWAUKEE — Ran Hoth has announced his intention to retire from the Better Business Bureau as of October 2016.

In his 18-year tenure with the BBB, Hoth expanded the BBB of Greater Milwaukee into BBB Serving Wisconsin by building business owner accreditation support from 6,500 businesses throughout the state of Wisconsin.

According to the BBB, Ran served on various regional and national committees within the Council of Better Business Bureaus, the governing body for 112 BBB offices throughout the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, including chairman of the BBB’s Operations Committee, which oversees innovation, execution and performance of member BBBs.

He was a leader in rebranding the BBB under one domain name and has become the name and face of BBB to help protect consumers and business owners from unscrupulous scam activity.


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