Chief Executive Officer
Jeff Martini is the Chief Executive Officer of SMG Industries, Inc. and its operating subsidiaries. Mr. Martini is a CPA with 25+ years experience with $1B+ public and middle market private equity backed companies as CFO and President.
Mr. Martini is an accomplished executive, having served as a senior operations and finance leader in several different businesses over the last 20 years. He has been a part of larger, publicly held organizations, as well as middle-market and startup companies. He began his career in the pulp and paper industry in a series of cost accounting and financial reporting roles, eventually establishing a base in Houston serving the oil and gas industry.
Previously, he served as an executive officer of Stewart & Stevenson Services, Inc., a leading on-highway equipment provider and servicer. During his time there, he oversaw the growth of the MTU/Detroit Diesel, Allison, and Freightliner businesses into new territories and markets. In particular, Mr. Martini led the expansion of the business model into truck dealerships, serving owner/operators and fleet owners.
Also, he recently led the transportation services function of a large production equipment manufacturer to deliver heavy haul and over-dimensional freight.
Mr. Martini is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Gettysburg College, is a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Society, and maintains an active Certified Public Accountancy license.
Chief Business Development Officer
Matthew Flemming, age 52, is the Chief Executive Officer of SMG Industries, Inc. and its operating subsidiaries. Mr. Flemming has been a CEO and CFO for more than twenty years in high growth, capital intensive regulated businesses. He has over ten years working in a public company management environment. Matt has significant relationships in the capital markets as well as transportation and industrial services market place which will help provide access to company acquisition targets.
Previously, Mr. Flemming served as CEO of HII Technologies from 2011 until 2016. In 2011, HII was a small ‘public vehicle’ with about $300k in cash, no debt, and entered into the oilfield services business through an initial platform acquisition in frac water management. Through several additional strategic acquisitions, he grew HII’s revenues to $4.2 million a month (an annualized rate of $ 50 million) within a period of 30 months. Previous to that, Matt was the CEO of an industrial valve technology company known as Hemiwedge Industries, Inc. from 2009 to 2011, and has experience running technology and pharma companies since 1994. Mr. Flemming has a Bachelors of Arts, with a Finance concentration from the University of Houston.