Rose has over two decades of experience in building direct-to-consumer, multi-channel businesses with expertise in e-commerce strategy, direct response marketing, brand building, and consumer analytics/insights. Rose previously served as the Vice President of E-commerce for Ann Taylor and LOFT brands, where she oversaw online marketing strategy and analytics for anntaylor.com and loft.com. Rose focused on bringing the brands to life in the online environment to drive multi-channel customer acquisition, engagement and conversion. Prior to joining Ann Taylor Stores, Rose led online marketing, merchandising, and loyalty programs for a variety of leading retailers and financial services organizations, including Chico’s FAS, Best Buy, Wilsons Leather and US Bank.
Christine Monaghan spearheads the new eCommerce startup for established urban fashion retailers KicksUSA and sneaker boutique UBIQ. Part of the JAKO Enterprise family, KicksUSA and UBIQ are already key destinations in the Philadelphia/New Jersey area for anyone who loves sneakers and urban fashion and with a soon-to-be updated web presence, will become an internet hotspot. Christine’s prior background includes leading product management, social media and user experience for Nutrisystem.com, America’s number one home delivery weight loss company. Under her leadership, the company launched a sales funnel optimization redesign, implemented a full social and mobile strategy, and expanded into a multitude of channels. With an expertise in sophisticated analytics, she is consistently focused on innovation in digital marketing including the enrichment of the customer experience. Additionally her experience includes B2C and B2B eCommerce, PMO, IT, Retail, Supply Chain, Insurance, Industrial, Broadcasting with companies like General Electric, Turner Broadcasting, and QVC.
Craig Handelsman has worked at Central Vacuum Stores for almost 14 years. Central Vacuum Stores, a brick and mortar business in Clearwater Florida, family owned and operated since 1948, wanted to expand onto the Internet, specializing in built in home products for do it yourselfers. Craig graduated from the University of South Florida in 1988 with a BS in Marketing, and in 1992 with a BS in Management Information Systems. Craig, grew up in retail through a family owned drug store, and with prior experience in retail management since 1983 at R.H. Macy's, Baily Banks & Biddle, and tech support at IBM Global Network, was hired for the sole purpose of building a website and ecommerce business from scratch. Craig and the owners of the company, have succeeded in building a very successful web presence and have become leaders in the Central Vacuum and Intercom industries.
Mitchell Lieberman is the founder & CEO of OneWayFurniture.com, which was one of the first online furniture retailers to hit the internet back in 1997. As a pioneer in the industry Mr.Lieberman had to carve his road map to get manufacturers to adapt to this new way of business, and to understand his model of operation. Each and every step required crucial negotiating to achieve the desired results for the company. Today OneWayFurniture.com remains one of the top online furniture companies and works with over 250 Manufacturers nationwide.
Victor has over 10 years of experience in the E-Commerce industry. Currently the Director of E-Commerce at The Vermont Teddy Bear Company, Victor is responsible for E-Commerce operations, initiatives and strategies at Vermont Teddy Bear and sister companies The PajamaGram Company and Calyx & Corolla, Inc. Prior to joining the IR Top 500 retailer, Victor was the VP of E-Commerce and Product Development at a boutique consulting firm serving top retailers across the globe. A former Microsoft MVP for his contributions to the E-Commerce community, Victor is also a speaker at small and large conferences and user groups.
John Suh is a UX evangelist who is passionate about design, human interaction and how the two work together. With past experience in various fields including the non-profit sector, digital marketing agencies, healthcare and online ecommerce, John has explored the question of “what makes them click” from almost every angle. He specializes in User Interface Design for mobile, tablet and desktop, and is also an avid test junkie when it comes to testing multi-variants of new designs. John Suh is currently the UX Designer for Blinds.com.
Mark Simmons is the Vice President of Marketing and eCommerce at Design Within Reach, the leading modern design brand in North America. For the last two years, he has led the re-launch of the DWR digital brand, helping DWR to build loyal fans and nurturing their life-long love affair with modern design. Prior to DWR, Simmons helped launch new businesses and new business units in retail, video games, and social media. He has experience working with almost every business model and company size, including market leaders like Fidelity Investments, PUBLIC Bikes, and blogging pioneer Six Apart, now part of SAY Media. A native of Cincinnati, you can find Mark in San Francisco or New York obsessively seeking trends in design, technology and commerce.
As VP, eCommerce at Wine Enthusiast, Glenn leads digital ecommerce for all of Wine Enthusiast’s business-to-consumer web sites, including WineEnthusiast.com and WineExpress.com. Wine Enthusiast’s commerce business, including its popular Wine Enthusiast Catalog, is the country’s leading retailer of wine accessories and wine storage. Glenn is responsible for all aspects of Wine Enthusiast’s online marketing, as well as ecommerce web site design and user experience. Glenn has been involved in Internet and Direct Marketing for over 15 years. Prior to joining Wine Enthusiast, Glenn worked in the online content and mobile space at various start-ups.
With 15 years of e-commerce and technology experience, Nikhil Behl is a successful entrepreneur and the founder and CEO of Zoostores.com and Supplizer. Prior to Zoostores.com, Nikhil spent 12 years at Hewlett-Packard (HP) where he held a number of executive level positions, including vice president of sales and operations for HPShopping.com. Nikhil is best known for being a part of the founding team that built HPShopping.com and turned it into one of the Top 5 of the IR 500 retailers in just seven years. Nikhil has taught electronic commerce management courses at both San Jose State University and Menlo College, his alma mater. Nikhil is an entrepreneur at heart and sits on the advisory board of a number of Silicon Valley startups.
Bill Wood is the former Vice President, Chief Information Officer for Bass Pro Shops. While at Bass Pro Shops, he was responsible for all technology implementations including major functionality changes on the BassPro.com eCommerce site. Prior to joining Bass Pro Shops, Bill served as VP, CIO, Supply Chain & Customer Care at Brookstone. In this role, he was responsible for a project to re-platform to the Oracle/ATG eCommerce platform--as well as several other significant technology implementations. He has also held various technology management roles for Dollar General Corporation, Revco Drug Stores and Petsmart.
Ashish Braganza is Senior Manager of Global Business Intelligence at Lenovo. Mr. Braganza recently joined Lenovo and is responsible for building the company's Global Business Intelligence practice, Multichannel Analytics and Testing and Optimization practice. In this capacity, he draws on his expertise in Web Analytics, Multichannel, Testing & Optimization and Digital Strategy. Prior to Lenovo, Mr. Braganza was Manager of Digital Analytics and Optimization at Comcast Cable. In that role, he built and led the Web Analytics, Multichannel and Optimization practice for the eCommerce and Self Service channel at Comcast. In addition, he implemented and created the architectural design of Adobe Insight at Comcast, which was the first multichannel analytic product for the company.
Andy Chu is the Divisional Vice President & General Manager of Mobile and Community Experiences at Sears Holdings. Andy leads the product and P&L of Sears and Kmart mobile. Sears Mobile was named 2011 Mobile Retailer of the Year by Mobile Commerce Daily. In addition to Andy's mobile responsibility, Andy also leads the community experiences and outreach programs for both Sears and Kmart formats. Prior to Sears, Andy spent over 11 years at Microsoft where he held a number of leadership roles in product, strategy, planning, and business development spanning Bing Mobile and Local, Windows Live Messenger Mobile and Hotmail Mobile, Windows Phone, cloud computing, low-cost PC and enterprise software businesses. During his tenure at Microsoft, Andy also structured a number of strategic telecom operator and OEM deals, including Nokia, Samsung, RIM, Orange Group, Vodaphone, China Mobile, Korea Telecom, etc. Andy has over 15 years of experience in the consumer services, mobile, display, search, enterprise IT and telecom industries, where he previously worked at Verizon Communications in RF engineering, product management, and strategic planning.
With AccessoryGeeks.com since its inception, Karen has moved through several departments that include supervising customer service, working with the purchasing department, and aiding in promotional marketing before reaching her present position as Vice President. She thrives on hard work and helping others whether it’s in the office or the community; anything to better those around her. Her role at AccessoryGeeks.com involves working closely with partner organizations as well as monitoring workflow so that all the geeks are continuously on the same page.
Paul is the Sr. Director of Marketing for Joss & Main, where he and his team focus on new member acquisition, member engagement, product development, and pricing analytics. Prior to his current role, Paul spent five years at Joss & Main's parent company, Wayfair, the world's largest pure play e-commerce company for home furnishings and decor. While at Wayfair, he helped to develop core business units in analytics, digital advertising, and customer segmentation.
Brian Tilzer is Senior Vice President and Chief Digital Officer for CVS Caremark. Tilzer is responsible for developing and leading the teams driving CVS Caremark’s company-wide digital innovation efforts. Tilzer is also focused on connecting current and future digital initiatives and ensuring that CVS Caremark continues to use the most innovation technology available to seamlessly meet customer’s needs. Tilzer has more than 20 years of experience in strategic business development, operations and information technology, with a deep concentration in corporate and e-commerce strategy. Prior to joining CVS Caremark, he was the Senior Vice President of Global e-Commerce with Staples, where he developed and led several multi-channel digital innovation strategies. Tilzer holds a BA from Tufts University and an MBA from The Wharton School.
John Boris is Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, responsible for marketing efforts including brand and customer marketing, ecommerce, product management, business development, user experience, creative services, market research and corporate communications across the Shutterfly, Tiny Prints, Wedding Paper Divas and Treat brands. John brings more than 15 years of experience in marketing, brand communications and strategic business development to his role. John joined Shutterfly, Inc. from Lonely Planet where he served as Executive Vice President and Managing Director, overseeing all facets of the business for Lonely Planet Americas, including marketing, retail sales, B2B, and global mobile product development. Prior to Lonely Planet, John was Senior Vice President at Zagat Survey, where he managed the marketing organization, online and mobile services, customer service and production. He also led re-branding efforts and commercial aspects of Zagat interactive properties. John also held leadership positions at 1-800 Flowers.com and FreshDirect, Inc. where the company was recognized as Marketer of the Year from The Direct Marketing Association and he was nominated for BrandWeek's Top 40 Under 40.
Michael Bayle is Senior Vice President and General Manager of ESPN Mobile. A former Yahoo! and Microsoft executive, Bayle develops and manages all aspects of ESPN’s mobile strategy and execution, including content production, programming and publishing on every ESPN Mobile platform. He reports to John Kosner, Senior Vice President and General Manager of ESPN Digital and Print Media. Most recently, Bayle was Vice President of Monetization and Marketing at Amobee, a leading mobile marketing developer, where he led global ad operations, North American business and market development and strategic partnerships. Prior to Amobee, Bayle was Senior Director of Global Mobile Monetization at Yahoo!, where he launched Yahoo’s mobile advertising business, while building a global team that created mobile campaigns for Fortune 500 partners in 29 markets. Bayle also held business development positions at Yahoo!, Microsoft and International Data Group (IDG). Bayle is a graduate of Stanford University, with B.S. and M.S. degrees in Computer Science, as well as a bachelor of arts in Japanese. He is also co-founder of Drink Exchange, a monthly global internet networking event.
Kobie Fuller is the Chief Marketing Officer of REVOLVEclothing, an online retailer of contemporary fashion apparel. Prior to joining REVOLVE, Kobie spent 8 years as a venture capitalist focusing a majority of his time identifying, funding and building leading consumer marketing automation companies where examples include Exact Target, Monetate and Loyalty Lab. Kobie’s time as a venture capitalist also includes being a founding team member of OpenView Venture partners where he helped lead the initial fund formation and raised over $240 million in committed capital. Prior to helping build OpenView, Kobie was an associate at Insight Venture Partners. He graduated from Harvard University where he was also captain of the track team and an Ivy League champion sprinter. After Harvard, Kobie continued competing semi-professionally for Nike and CW-X up until 2010.
Brian has spent his career over the past 14+ years in the eCommerce/Interactive business with multiple brands. He was part of the team that launched eCommerce at the athletic specialty retailer Finish Line in 1999. While serving as the Director of eCommerce Operations he established a best in class eCommerce business which established Finish Line as a pioneer in Omni-channel operations, creating a DTC business that leveraged the 700+ stores for fulfillment and in-store pickup. Brian currently serves as the Managing Director- Interactive Bear and eCommerce for Build-A-Bear Workshop responsible for eCommerce in the US & UK along with Interactive operations (digital, mobile, Store of the Future, etc) for the brand. Along with Build-A-Bear Workshop, Brian has been in similar roles with Academy Sports + Outdoors and Charming Charlie. Build-A-Bear Workshop, Inc. (BABW) is the only global company that offers an interactivemake-your-own stuffed animal retail-entertainment experience. There are more than 400 Build-A-Bear Workshop stores worldwide, including company-owned stores in the U.S., Puerto Rico, Canada, United Kingdom and Ireland, and franchisestores in Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, the Middle East, Mexico and South America.
Guillaume Gauthereau, a serial entrepreneur, business leader and a socially conscious & green activist. He is formerly the co-founder and CEO of TOTSY, where he raised $35M for the company’s first & second rounds of financing, and led the company to become the 2nd largest U.S. private sale site dedicated to moms and kids, attracting over 5 million members and earning a ranking in Forbes as one of America’s Most Promising Companies. His passion for social responsibility & sustainability is reflected in the TOTSY brand, with its unique position as the only U.S. carbon neutral and socially responsible flash sale company, and his other venture, Sequoia Lab. As founder and Chairman at Sequoia Lab, Guillaume implemented growth and brand strategies for companies that have a sustainable and socially responsible interest. Prior to TOTSY and Sequoia Lab, he worked at Lalique North America and UK, where he was the youngest CEO for the international luxury retail company. Bloomberg named him a NYC Venture Fellow in 2011, an honor given to exceptional entrepreneurs who create jobs. He is also a member of the World Entrepreneurship Forum, the Clinton Global Initiative, the Young Entrepreneur Council, and e2.org/NRDC.org.
Jay's responsibilities include leading and directing corporate strategies involving digital customer acquisition, retention and superior customer satisfaction, as well as developing new strategies to support future growth. He comes to Finish Line following four years with Crocs, where he most recently served as Vice President, E-Commerce, Global. Prior to Crocs, Custard was the Senior Online Marketing Manager for Crispin Porter + Bogusky/texturemedia, an award-winning digital agency in Boulder, Colorado, where Custard worked with clients, including Microsoft, American Express, Volkswagen and Domino’s Pizza from 2006 to 2008.
Will Ferguson is the Vice President of display advertising, social media and affiliate marketing at 1800flowers.com. As a 13 year veteran of web marketing, he has helped pioneer collaborative cross-channel marketing efforts that are analytics based and ROI focused. In running 1800 Flower’s display channel, he has championed a real time bidding approach, and has driven profits north with leading edge strategies such as look-a-like modeling, behavioral targeting, and site retargeting. Will’s innovative social media campaigns have been covered by the New York Times, ClickZ, AdWeek and numerous other publications and his Affiliate Program just won Linkshare’s 2012 Publisher’s Choice Award.
Jason joined Gilt Groupe in 2010 and has been leading their online, social, and mobile marketing efforts. Prior to Gilt, he was the VP of eCommerce of Redcats USA, a billion dollar retailer based in France, leading all US eCommerce efforts across its various titles. Jason also has an extensive background in CRM, as he lead Database Marketing for J.Crew, and implemented new CRM systems & programs for Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia post their IPO.
Bill has worked in the mail order industry for the past 35 years. His first job out of the University of Maine was at LL Bean as an Internal Auditor. Over 23 years at LL Bean, he also served as Director of Customer Service, Vice President of Total Quality and Senior VP and GM of Retail Stores. Bill spent 4 years at Norm Thompson Outfitters where he was the VP of Operations responsible for the DC, Customer Service and Inventory Management. Bill is now General Manager at Wine Country Gift Baskets, the nation’s leader in gourmet food and wine gift baskets. Bill was instrumental at LL Bean in positioning Bean as the world class leader in customer service. Bill has worked with many organizations and companies to establish customer centric cultures which in turn drive bottom line results.
John Mulliken, Co-founder of Joss & Main and SVP of Strategic Initiatives at Wayfair,com, is responsible for several key growth areas: private sales (including home oriented 72 hour flash sale site Joss & Main), licensing, as well as a range of new product development and marketing initiatives. Prior to joining Wayfair, John worked at The Boston Consulting Group, where he was a founding leader of BCG’s Global Center for Consumer Insight and the Multi-Channel Retail group. He has driven e-commerce and in-store operational, marketing and organizational strategies for multiple Fortune 100 clients across apparel, consumer electronics, grocery, over-the-counter medications, sporting goods, and consumer durables & appliances. He has been a member of the management team for two start-ups, and has worked in investment banking and retail consulting. John has a BA from Reed College, and an MBA from London Business School. John lives near Boston with his wife and two children.
Mr. Chelala assumed the role of VP of Mobile Advertising Sales and Products in March of 2012. In this position he is responsible for representing VMN’s Music and Entertainment group to help develop their mobile offerings and go-to-market strategy to engage fans and drive ad sales. Mr. Chelala collaborates with the site and product teams to utilize mobile ad products and inventory in an effort to provide clients with innovative programs that enhance the entire media mix. In addition to product development, Mr. Chelala champions intelligence sharing with leading brands to educate media professionals on the behaviors of Social Television and the growing mobile landscape. Previously, Mr. Chelala worked as The Weather Channel’s mobile specialist where he spent four years building and selling mobile marketing solutions for the company, including; advanced targeting (weather triggering, dynamic ad serving and LBS), first to market opportunities such as; iPhone, Android, Blackberry and iPad App launches, introduced and deployed mobile rich media in partnership with clients and agencies starting in 2009 and played a key role in the early integration of connected devices into advertising programs that were idea centric and platform agnostic. Prior to The Weather Channel Mr. Chelala spent three years in online ad sales at both about.com and Yahoo!. Before moving into ad sales, Mr. Chelala worked in production on commercials, music videos and feature films out of Los Angeles.
Kevin Metz most recently served as Vice President of Digital and Ecommerce for Cache - a multi-channel apparel retailer catering to confident, fashion conscious women. Kevin was responsible for running all aspects of the web business – fulfillment and customer service operations, merchandising, site creative and functionality, and all aspects digital marketing including social media. During his first year at Cache, Kevin successfully implemented multiple marketing programs, significantly enhanced the onsite visitor experience, and took the brand international –resulting in year-over-year sales growth of over 100%. Prior to Cache, Kevin served in key digital and direct-to-consumer roles with other prominent multi-channel retailers, including ULTA Beauty, the Yankee Candle Company, Justice and Bass Pro Shops.
Merrick Rosner is an experienced sales and business professional, specializing in building and leading successful teams across different industries. Translation - he would be awesome at coordinating flash-mobs. In May 2011, Merrick joined Poppin as the VP of Business Development so he could reeeeally flex his team building muscles. Merrick is currently captaining the effort on Poppin’s new website experience, leading all new business development activities, and executing on our B2B strategy. Prior to Poppin, Merrick was an Area Sales Manager and Director of National Accounts at Yodle, a leader in online marketing for small businesses. Merrick is no stranger to the office supply industry: he spent five years at Office Depot, where he began as a Business Development Manager before being promoted to a District Sales Manager. When he left Depot, Merrick swore he would never go back to the dreary world of office supplies or wear pleated pants again. Then, along came Poppin.
Jason Falls has served as Vice President of Digital Strategy of CafePress Inc. a publicly-traded internet retailer since December 2012. CafePress Inc. is a leading e-commerce platform enabling customers worldwide to create, buy and sell a wide variety of customized and personalized products online using the company's unique print-on-demand services and is consistently ranked as one of the premiere online shopping destinations. Jason joined CafePress to further integrate e-commerce and social marketing to and increase engagement across the CafePress consumer base.. Preceding his work at CafePress Jason Falls founded SocialMediaExplorer.com, an industry-leading blog and digital marketing agency, where he continues his role as chief instigator. Over the last decade, Jason has held leadership positions in marketing, social media, public relations and has co-authored two books on digital strategy. Prior to that, Jason served as the Director of Interactive and Online Communications for Doe Anderson, a national branding advertising and public relations agency. Jason has been noted as a top influencer in the social technology and marketing space by Forbes, Entrepreneur, Advertising Age and others. Jason has a Masters from West Virginia University and graduated with a B.A. from Morehead State University. He, his wife and two children live in Louisville, Ky.
As Vice President Customer Connections Marketing, Michael oversees Digital Commerce, Loyalty Marketing, and Corporate Social Responsibility for JetBlue. Michael’s main responsibility in this capacity is to deepen the relationship with JetBlue customers via smart marketing. Michael has been with JetBlue for six years, formerly serving as Director of E-Commerce. In 2011 he led the launch of the new jetblue.com, mobile.jetblue.com, and JetBlue’s first mobile applications. Previously, Michael held digital marketing roles with 1-800-Flowers.com and Publishers Clearing House. Michael earned his MBA from Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College and Bachelor's degree from the School of Management at Binghamton University. As part of his support for the aviation industry, he serves on the Board of Trustees for the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City, NY, and co-chairs the Aerospace Regional Industry Council for STEM.
Bert serves CMO & Marketing Leadership Professionals. He is a leading expert on digital, mobile, and social media marketing; eCommerce; marketing technology platforms; and website and eCommerce platforms in government and the consumer and technology industries. He also addresses broader issues including marketing innovation, talent acquisition, integration of digital marketing expertise into the overall marketing organization, marketing and sales integration, and multibrand marketing. Bert is an accomplished marketing executive with extensive experience in leading digital, social media, and mobile marketing efforts for both Fortune 500 and public-sector organizations. Over the past 25 years, Bert has led high-performing marketing and technology teams in the consumer products, business products, government, software, technology, and power-generation industries. Before joining Forrester, Bert served as vice president of digital marketing and eCommerce for Newell Rubbermaid. He has held senior marketing and technology leadership positions at the US Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, Trend Micro, Intel, Dell, and Southern California Edison. His career has touched every aspect of digital marketing management, marketing platform implementation, and eCommerce. Specific areas of expertise include strategic planning, brand management, product management, marketing automation, content marketing, digital marketing strategies, and website and eCommerce platforms.
As Head of Global Marketing at Spreadshirt, Hugo Smoter oversees worldwide marketing programs including paid search, organic search, affiliate marketing, display marketing, social media and advertising. He has over 10 years of experience in online and direct marketing. Hugo joined Spreadshirt in 2008 and focused on growing search traffic as a primary channel of customer acquisition for Spreadshirt resulting in 58% growth rate in the US and 32% global revenue growth in 2012.
Prat leads cross-channel mobile initiatives for Staples.com and Staples stores to drive revenue growth and enhance the cross-channel customer experience. He is additionally charged with leading Staples Cambridge, Massachusetts e-commerce innovation center and global mobile growth initiatives. Under Prat’s direction, the Staples mobile team has recently launched several assets including a mobile website, smart phone applications and a tablet site. Prat has over 15 years of experience leading mobile and online innovation as well as product development efforts for companies in the healthcare, finance, insurance and defense industries. He is passionate about online and e-commerce innovations and interested in learning more about cutting edge interactive and mobile technologies. Prat earned a Masters in Business Administration from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan School of Management and a Bachelors degree in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of Madras.
In his role at Nissan North America, Erich Marx is responsible for the strategy, planning and execution of the Nissanusa.com website, as well as all social media marketing and PR for the Nissan Division. In this leadership role, he guides Nissan online messaging and brand stewardship through customer-facing and press-facing channels. He’s been with Nissan for 20 years, working in a variety of disciplines including Sales, Marketing, Distribution and Research. Mr. Marx received his B.A. From Occidental College in Los Angeles, California and earned his MBA from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor.
Brandon Finch has been working in ecommerce management for over 12 years. After successful positions with Patagonia, Phoenix Footwear and Cycle Gear, Brandon transitioned to Jelly Belly Candy Company in March of 2012 as the Director of eBusiness. In this role, he is responsible for both B2C and B2B online transactional websites. Following his ""Let the Numbers Speak"" philosophy, he is methodically measuring, revising and refining the internal and external web properties of JBCC. Brandon specializes in coordinating development, maintenance and tuning of e-commerce websites based on an intimate understanding of retailing coupled with usability and end-user service. He is very comfortable with taxonomy/nav, search, merchandising, marketing, SEO, email and all other aspects of refining and promoting world-class e-commerce sites and as a tenacious troubleshooter, he is equally comfortable working with graphic artists, content managers and programmers to bring out the best in a site.
Currently at Choice Hotels International in Silver Spring, MD serving as Senior Director, Relationship Marketing, Devin manages eMail marketing strategy and guest personalization. His objectives include driving a more customer-centric, data-driven approach across the enterprise eCommerce platform. Prior to Choice, Devin served as Director, Marketing Analytics at Gerber Life Insurance Co. in White Plains, NY where he led the evolution of Gerber Life's marketing platform to a database-driven environment. With oversight of the eCommerce platform and digital multi-channel marketing (eMail, paid search, affiliate, DSP display etc) he redeveloped the once direct-mail heavy marketing strategy into a more integrated, cross-channel effort. Devin began his career as an IT systems consultant where he worked with various companies in the financial services industry including Goldman Sachs and Fleet Bank. Spending nearly a decade at The Hartford Insurance Company, Devin served various roles including positions in enterprise data warehousing, marketing performance analytics and research and product development.
Pete Howard is the Chief Marketing Officer of Fareportal. Most recently, Howard was managing the European e-commerce and catalog business for Staples, based in Amsterdam and Paris. Before that, he spent ten years with the same company growing the Staples.com business nationally. Further diversifying his background, Howard has also worked for an online marketer of fine jewelry and gifts, Ross-Simons, and held the position as President of a catalog start-up. Howard started his career with the Gillette Company and also worked within direct marketing positions for Digital Equipment Corporation and The Bradford Exchange.
Curtis Kopf is Managing Director of Ecommerce and Customer Innovation at Alaska Airlines. In his role, he manages ecommerce, digital marketing, mobile and CRM for Alaska Airlines, which leads traditional carriers in customer satisfaction and operational performance. In the last year, Curti's team has relaunched Alaska's iPhone app, launched a new Android app and a new mobile website. The new apps have been nominated for three App of the Year awards and featured in a national Sprint television ad. The new apps have received strong customer reviews and driven significantly increased usage. In that same time period, Alaska relaunched its ecommerce site, alaskaair.com, launched the Flying Social Facebook app and has won industry awards in the use of social media. Curtis's fascination with digital technology began in 1998, when he joined Amazon.com in the early days of ecommerce. Curtis spent 7 years at Amazon.com in the UK and US in a variety of leadership roles. He worked for Microsoft from 2005 to 2010 in a variety of digital and communication roles and has been at Alaska Airlines for more than a year.
Nicole Delma is a recognized expert in the email marketing space, with over 10 years of experience leading the email and data programs for companies including J.Crew, Conde Nast Publications, Getty Images and RCRDLBL. Delma’s hands-on approach to data management and customer contact strategy has built her a reputation as a pioneer in the digital marketing space, bringing innovative marketing tactics to life for major brands with proven success. Delma’s vocal advocacy of the unconventional ‘Data Minimalism’ approach to CRM has put her in high demand as a speaker in the email and cross-channel marketing space.
Alex Miller was named QVC’s vice president of eCommerce in July 2010. In this position, Miller is responsible for developing QVC’s eCommerce strategies while collaborating with key stakeholders across QVC to expand its reach and impact on the business and enhance the customer experience across all of QVC’s eCommerce platforms. Miller, who joined QVC in 2001, has held various positions of increasing responsibility. Most recently, he served as director of eMarketing. Miller came to QVC from iGrandparents.com, where as director of product development, he was responsible for the total user experience of the newly launched site. Prior to that, Miller was a national account executive for the AT&T Corporation and a communications & pursuit strategist at Ernst & Young LLP.
Joshua Bright is someone who enjoys testing out new ways to solve problems. His current interests revolve around responsive design, mobile analytics, and social ROI. Joshua currently works at Travelocity as a product manager overseeing the redesign of the Travelocity mobile website and has worked on projects ranging from realtime pricing to social commerce.
Restaurant.com President and Chief Marketing Officer Christopher Krohn oversees the growth and development of the nation’s largest restaurant deals site. With direct oversight of the company’s information technology and marketing teams, Krohn is focused on optimizing the consumer experience to drive the business and brand forward. A veteran e-commerce leader, Krohn has extensive experience scaling businesses and cultivating strong consumer-facing brands and teams. Prior to joining Restaurant.com, Krohn served as the chief marketing officer and vice president of business development at Whitney Automotive Groupmarketing the business’ multiple consumer-facing brands. He also has served in key marketing leadership roles at Harrah’s Entertainment and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, building consumer loyalty and brand equity.
As a person, Tripp Sessions twitter profile sums him up pretty well: “Husband. Father. Football fan. Geek at heart. Aspiring lounge singer.” As Chief Information Officer, Tripp oversees all technology and ecommerce operations for Benchmark Brands, Inc. and Footsmart.com. Tripp joined Benchmark Brands in 2011 and has been working to build a team to take the business to the next level, while experiencing double digit revenue growth. Tripp previously held various technology leadership positions for Wendy’s and Arbys. While leading Information Technology at Zaxby’s, the company received the Technology Innovation Award from Nations Restaurant News. He holds a MBA and BBA from the University of Georgia.
As an experienced digital marketer specializing in email marketing and content creation, Ruth DeFeo serves as senior manager of ecommerce at Case-Mate. In this role, she is charged with developing, overseeing and managing tactics designed to drive traffic to case-mate.com, including email, affiliate networks, marketplaces and paid search. She also provides strategic direction for these channels, working closely with company executives to help set the goals and strategy for the high-functioning ecommerce team. Prior to Case-Mate, DeFeo worked at Atlanta-based marketing agencies to develop and execute strategic, award-winning campaigns for clients ranging from Fortune 10 companies to smaller, local non-profits. Her wide range of experience with companies in the consumer products, telecom, retail and food service industries provides her with unique and actionable insights in the digital marketing arena.
Nicole Osowski is the Director of North American Merchandising & Development for Lenovo. She manages an international merchandising team of graphic designers, copy writers, developers, merchandisers, project managers and web analysts responsible for the execution of a $400 million B2C/B2B business plan. The merchandising team specializes in optimizing the customer experience on lenovo.com to achieve optimal site conversion and revenue results. Nicole has worked for Lenovo and IBM for twelve years, is a certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and has over sixteen years of experience working in marketing and eCommerce organizations.
Kevin Diamond is the Chief Technology Officer at HauteLook, a leading online private sale site offering the top brands in women’s and men’s fashion and accessories, beauty, kids’ apparel and toys, and home décor. He oversees the technology department and is responsible for the engineering, infrastructure and quality assurance of HauteLook’s e-commerce, mobile, enterprise and alternative platforms. Diamond is a seasoned technology executive, with more than a decade of experience leading technology development and infrastructure management with multiple startup and mid-phase companies. Prior to HauteLook, he held various positions within the technology realm including Director of IT at Lagovent Ventures Group, where he incubated multiple websites from concept to launch. He also held roles at Jurisearch and Ascent Media. He also pioneered online and on-demand print technology solutions for entertainment, multi-level marketing, and consumer goods through his own venture, Diamond Printing Solutions. Diamond holds a B.S. from the University of California, Los Angeles.
In this business, on some level we are who we’ve worked for and the brands we worked on. For 15 years, Adam Kmiec has worked for some of the most forward thinking organizations in the world, while helping some of the most dynamic brands find success in the interactive and social space. Currently he is Director, Global Digital Marketing and Social Media at The Campbell Soup Company. In his role he is responsible for developing a global digital marketing and social media strategy that encompasses both consumer-facing communications and corporate initiatives to make Campbell one of the most digitally fit organizations in the world. His career spans both the client and agency sides of the marketing and advertising industry, covering stops at renowned organizations that include Fallon, Leo Burnett, and ConAgra Foods. His focus has always been on solving business problems by leveraging consumer driven insights to fuel creative ideation. From video games to mobile and social to the future of websites, Kmiec is always thinking forward. He doesn’t view interactive as simply digital; to him, it’s more than what’s taking place on a screen. A frequent speaker and news contributor, he’s constantly challenging the norm and convention. Opinionated, but honest and always grounded in facts, he enjoys a spirited conversation and the culture of continuous knowledge transfer.
Bringing more than ten years of experience in the mobile industry, Jonathan Stephen leads the Mobile & Emerging Technologies group at JetBlue Airways with the responsibility of driving JetBlue’s overall mobile strategy.
Prior to his tenure with JetBlue, Jonathan was the Director of Global Industry Initiatives with the Mobile Marketing Association (MMA), where he directed the various working committees of the organization and lead the MMA’s strategic initiatives across the various regions. His past has also included various roles throughout the mobile ecosystem having worked at companies such as Motorola, Vindigo, and Flurry. Jonathan was also recently named as one of the “2012 Top 40 under 40” Innovative Brand Marketers by Brand Innovators.
Kelly Rausch is the Chief Merchant for Zoostores.com. She has spent her career in e-commerce and technology - for both large and startup companies. Prior to Zoostores, Kelly was the VP of Merchandising for Mercantila, LLC a subsidiary of Infospace. Before that she was part of the small team that launched HP Home and Home Office, HP’s Consumer Direct Website.
Holly Devine is the Executive Director of Ecommerce for Urban Outfitters. She has spent the last 8 years with Urban compounding aggressive ecommerce growth with an eye to innovating and improving the online customer experience and enabling multichannel strategies. Prior to that she was with Gap Inc in variety of planning, allocation, and IT roles both in the US and the UK. She began her retail career in the department stores as a buyer and find the synergies between online and offline retailing to be engaging, challenging, and extremely fun.
Paperstyle.com designs, prints, and sells custom invitations, announcements and cards. People come to PaperStyle.com for the beautiful card and invitation designs, and they become customers for life once they experience their unique level of customer service that is instilled throughout the organization.
In her role as Head of Social Media, Hillary Ziegenhagen oversees digital brand-building programs for global e-tailer Shopbop.com, including social strategy and global community development, strategic blog and affiliate partnerships, and the development of original branded content. Prior to her role at Shopbop, Hillary managed digital and social marketing programs for brands including Bluefly.com, where she launched the award-winning “Closet Confessions’ video series, Women’s Wear Daily, and Kiehl’s Since 1851.
Erica Cerulo is the co-founder of Of a Kind, a site that promotes emerging fashion designers through a combination of content and commerce. She has a B.A. from the University of Chicago—where she met her business partner Claire Mazur. Prior to launching the site, she worked as an editor at Conde Nast (Details and Lucky) for five years and is passionate about the power that editorial and curation can have in driving consumer behavior. Her writing has also appeared in The New York Times, InStyle, Good, and ReadyMade.
David is the Sr. Director of Online Marketing for hotels.com. His team is responsible for site traffic acquisition efforts across mobile, banner advertising, affiliate marketing, metasearch, and search. He also leads business development in new online marketing channels and partnerships. David has previous industry experience in consumer technology with Dell and financial services with USAA. In addition to online marketing he has an extensive background in web analytics, CRM, direct marketing, and business analytics.
Claire Mazur is the co-founder of Of a Kind, a website that tells the stories and sells the pieces of emerging fashion designers. Before launching Of a Kind, Claire worked as an arts consultant, assisting in the management of arts collections, individual artists, and visual and performing arts organizations. Passionate about helping creative professionals to achieve success and excited about the ways in which the internet could serve as a powerful marketing and distribution tool, Claire was inspired to launch Of a Kind in 2010 with business partner Erica Cerulo as a way to give emerging fashion designers a platform for exposure and give consumers like themselves a place to discover them.
Tim Riley is the Director of Online Experience for Warby Parker, where he works to make the process of buying eyeglasses online as fun and easy as possible. Prior to Warby Parker, Tim developed strategies for enhancing the customer experience for clients such as Volkswagen, Audi, Walgreens and Kaplan University. He's also done some other interesting stuff but he prefers to leave his bio short.
Kristin Smith is Director eCommerce for Stride Rite Children’s Group, part of Wolverine Worldwide Inc. Prior to joining Stride Rite, Kristin was the eCommerce Sr. Manager for Bare Escentuals and held roles at companies ranging from Cost Plus World Market to boutique consulting firms. She attributes her passion for ecommerce to needing to send gifts and purchase items while living and traveling in various countries around the world.
Replacements.com has grown web activity from 1,900 user sessions during its first month online to over 4.5 million customer visits in December 2011, and over $86 million in annual sales. Replacements, Ltd. features the world’s largest selection of old and new dinnerware in china, crystal, silver and collectibles, over 13 million pieces in more than 360,000 unique patterns, some over 100 years old, and all available online at www.replacements.com. Jack is responsible for the planning and execution of the organizational online strategy in areas including technical-development, online marketing, content, customer relationship management, e-mail, usability, design/layout, and analysis. While Replacements.com does occupy a narrow niche in e-commerce (hard-to-find tableware in china, crystal, and silver), the site currently ranks 210th of over 100,000 web retailers in the Internet Retailer U.S. e-commerce sales ranking.
Built a multimillion dollar online retail enterprise from the ground up that was named “Hot 100 Websites of 2009” by Internet Retailer and joined their list of ""Top 500"" in 2011. Chief internet strategist that successfully launched 20+ e-tail sites creating multi-tiered specialty e-business based on category specific domain names. Directed the development of a seamless web platform, CRM, and order management system that synchronized multiple online sites and customer service into one solution. Recruited and hired a strongly aligned team of direct report department heads for web development, marketing, merchandising, customer service, and fulfillment.
Jan Linert is responsible for developing online marketing strategy and tactics for The Children’s Place in addition to managing TCP’s web analytics practice group. In his role at The Children’s Place, Jan focuses on optimizing and maximizing the ROAS of online marketing programs as well as supporting the company’s overall e-commerce strategy. He has worked in e-commerce and direct/database marketing for more than 15 years, holding key positions which include launching e-commerce websites for Kay Jewelers and Jared the Galleria of Jewelry with P&L responsibility and building out the online marketing and web analytics practices for Talbots, Inc.
Dan Malone brings more than six years of experience in computer science, software development and content management to VistaPrint where he leads a team focused on leveraging data to create business value. Dan joined VistaPrint as a software developer right out of college in 2001. He has developed a number of ‘home grown’ programs for VistaPrint including a multivariate testing platform, the second generation of Vistarint’s Studio and the content management system. He joined the analytics team in 2005 as the lone web analyst and has since grown the team to five members and also oversees the business intelligence team.
Manish Hirapara is the Senior Director of eCommerce at Office Depot. He is currently overseeing product strategy for eCommerce services, as well as leading new business development. Prior to joining Office Depot, Manish was Co-founder and Managing Director at Enaptive, a software company focused on business transformation through mobile and web technology.
Greg Hintz is responsible for managing the Tiny Prints strategy, business performance and day-to-day operations. As a new father and stationery connoisseur, he’s excited to work for a company whose products he not only loves, but loves to use. Before joining Tiny Prints in January of 2012, Greg managed the Yahoo! Commerce properties including Yahoo! Autos, Shopping, Travel, and Real Estate.
David currently oversees web marketing for Arhaus in Walton Hills, Ohio. In David’s current position at Arhaus, he provides direct marketing and IT expertise for the Arhaus e-commerce team. David has been a web marketer and E-Commerce Technical Architect since 1999. David’s diversity in Web Marketing and Information Technology has allowed him to be heavily involved in all aspects of operating a successful E-Commerce website. David is passionate about Email Marketing, Web Marketing Strategy, Conversion Rate Optimization, and Usability. Some of David’s other specializations include: search engine optimization, paid search, online advertising, and affiliate marketing.
Mark Deruyter - Former Senior Marketing Manager at Under Armour Bio: Mark Deruyter has a over 16 years experience in online advertising. Managing teams responsible for SEM, Display, Email Marketing, Datafeed, Attribution modeling and emerging channels, such as mobile and social. Mark has held Senior Marketing roles for companies in leading ecommerce categories, including; Under Armour, Guitar Center, Hewlett-Packard, Onlineshoes.com and Microsoft.
Blake Hall, an Army Ranger, is the Founder and CEO of ID.me, an authentication API that allows brands to digitally deliver exclusive offers to specific groups without fear of fraud. Named one of the top eleven technology entrepreneurs in Washington, DC by DC Magazine, Blake has led ID.me from inception to current partnerships with major retailers including Overstock and Under Armour. The White House commended ID.me in November of 2012 for improving the quality of life for military families. Prior to founding ID.me, Blake led a battalion reconnaissance platoon in Iraq for fifteen months during 2006 – 2007. He was awarded the Bronze Star with Valor for leading his men during a firefight against insurgents in an action senior commanders credited with saving twenty American lives. Blake has written articles for The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, Foreign Policy, Forbes, The Huffington Post and DC Magazine. Blake is a frequent contributor to programs hosted by Public Radio International and syndicated on NPR and the BBC. Thanks to The Economist, he is also the first Google result for the phrase ""muscly entrepreneur."" Blake attained a Bachelor of Science magna cum laude from Vanderbilt University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Matthew has 8 years experience in the home improvement ecommerce space. He is currently the Director of Marketing at Homeclick, a one-stop shop for all things home improvement. In this role he oversees all aspects of the growth and marketing of Homeclick.com to establish the company as the premier brand of home goods. Matt has been instrumental in Homeclick’s growth, focusing his efforts not only on marketing but on customer experience & usability as well. He is currently working with the Homeclick team on a project to evolve their website into a social commerce experience. He credits the company mission of helping people to create their dream home for its success thus far, and he is applying this same philosophy into the evolution of the company. Moving forward, Homeclick won’t just be about buying products for your home -- it will be about finding inspiration, creating projects, connecting with brands, finding professionals, discussing home renovation & design, and more!
Purna Virji is the Online Marketing Manager at Stroll - an ecommerce company in the education vertical - where she heads up the search marketing efforts, integrating direct response marketing tactics into digital marketing. Purna's core areas of focus in-house are: SEO, Paid Search, Social Media, Conversion Rate Optimization, Direct Response Marketing and Web Analytics. With over 7 years of Inbound Marketing multichannel experience, Purna has worked both agency and in-house. She is a regular contributor to Search Engine Watch, and is a regular on the search marketing speaker circuit, traveling across the nation to speak at events such as SMX and Affiliate Summit.
As Director Digital Marketing, Analytics, Usability Mark is responsible the digital marketing efforts in Email, SEO, PPC, Affiliates, Display Advertising, Re-Marketing, Shopping Engines and Data Feeds across all brands for Ascena Retail Group, a $4.5 billion publicly-held retailer which owns the Lane Bryant, Cacique, Catherines, Justice, Dress Barn, Maurices and Brothers clothing brands and operates more than 3,800 stores. Mark’s main focus is tracking, measuring, and analyzing customer usage and interaction within and across all web properties. These efforts include site testing & optimization, digital channel optimization and management, site performance, customer site usage and site enhancements. Mark has worked with most web analytic platforms, testing engines, recommendation engines and other tools. Throughout his career Mark has worked with most of the major and many boutique vendors across many Digital Marketing channels including Email, SEO, PPC, Affiliates, Display Advertising, Re-Marketing, Shopping Engines and Data Feeds. Mark holds subject matter expertise across the following Adobe properties: Sitecatalyst, Data Warehouse, Discover, Test & Target, Recommendations and Merchandising. Mark was the recipient of the Omni award for power usage Before joining Ascena Retail Group in 2009, Mark held positions in marketing, analytics, database & catalog marketing and market research with companies such as Quill a division of Staples, Motorola, Sears Holdings, Sprint, and SERS.
Michael Layne orchestrates the activities of Fathead.com’s Web Speed Team, a group comprised of marketing, design, technology and content experts, whose mission is to deliver an exceptional user experience while maximizing ecommerce revenue. Layne has held this role since 2006, shortly after Fathead, LLC was launched. He has spoken on previous occasions on the role of web analytics in driving web site design and the benefits of multivariate testing. Prior to joining Fathead, LLC, Michael served in a number of roles at American Blind and Wallpaper Factory, leading, at various times, the company’s Training, Human Resources, and Web Content teams. Before assuming these roles within the business community, he spent fifteen years as an educator with over half of those on the faculty of the University of Oklahoma where he taught French, French Literature, Comparative Literature, Literary Criticism and Film Studies.
As a seasoned professional in eCommerce, marketing and product management, Michael has created unique business opportunities and has driven profitability within several industries, including retail, hospitality, health & wellness and software. Most recently, Michael serves as Director of Retail for Marriott International and directly oversees the global operations and marketing for various retail sites including shopmarriott.com, ritzcarltonshops.com, shopcourtyard.com, curatedbyjw.com and collectrenaissance.com . Prior to working at Marriott, Michael served as Director for MGM Resorts International's Online Marketing Group. Michael managed the company's domestic online marketing campaigns for its world-class hotels including Bellagio, Mirage, ARIA, MGM Grand and others. Michael's creative leadership, utilizing display marketing, SEM, SEO, social media, strategic partnerships and eCommerce, produced over $100 million dollars in annual revenue. Michael has participated in several interactive marketing associations and most recently sits on the board of the Ataway Exchange- a leading conference focusing on digital strategies and tactics for travel professionals
Jed Paulson is the Director of eCommerce and Marketing for Free People, a women's specialty apparel and accessories retailer within the Urban Outfitters Inc. family of brands. Free People is known for invoking attributes of femininity, spirit, and creativity with a modern bohemian design. The brand has grown exponentially over the years and currently has 72 free standing boutiques, a thriving direct channel, and global distribution to thousands of the world’s top retailers. In his role, Jed is responsible for the Direct to Consumer (DTC) business, as well as global marketing. He joined Free People in 2010 with over twelve years of extensive experience leading marketing, CRM and eCommerce programs at top companies across Silicon Valley, including eBay, NexTag, Electronic Arts, HP, and AT&T.
Andy Lapin is the chief architect for Kelley Blue Book’s KBB.com. Lapin is charged with overseeing all product architecture for the company. In this role, Lapin takes the responsibility of leading technical research and development, as well as managing Kelley Blue Book’s architecture team, and vendor and partner relationships. Lapin also creates company development standards, and specializes in building and creating large scale Web applications using emerging technology. Lapin is a leader and innovator of cloud computing at Kelley Blue Book.
Prior to his position as chief architect of KBB.com, Lapin was a solution architect, updating KBB.com into newer technology, which launched in August 2006. Lapin later held the position of product director of Kelley Blue Book’s mobile site, and in 2011, he became the chief architect for KBB.com. While at Kelley Blue Book, Lapin has earned the Kelley Blue Book Core Value award in 2010 and Microsoft Innovation award in 2009. Lapin has been a speaker at the Web 2.0 Expo in 2010 and Microsoft Development Conference in 2009.
Prior to joining Kelley Blue Book, Lapin worked for Deloitte & Touche for four years on various projects and an Internet start-up company. Lapin received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in physiology with a focus in neurophysiology from University of California, Los Angeles.
About Kelley Blue Book (www.kbb.com)
Founded in 1926, Kelley Blue Book, The Trusted Resource®, is the only vehicle valuation and information source trusted and relied upon by both consumers and the industry. Each week the company provides the most market-reflective values in the industry on its top-rated website www.kbb.com, including its famous Blue Book® Trade-In and Suggested Retail Values and Fair Purchase Price, which reports what others are paying for new cars this week. The company also provides vehicle pricing and values through various products and services available to car dealers, auto manufacturers, finance and insurance companies as well as governmental agencies. KBB.com provides consumer pricing and information on cars for sale, minivans, pickup trucks, sedan, hybrids, electric cars, and SUVs. Kelley Blue Book Co. Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of AutoTrader Group.
Jason joined Sociomantic from Google via Admeld where he was Chief Revenue Officer and oversaw worldwide revenue for the company and drove relationships and monetization strategies for hundreds of premium publishers. Jason was a key participant in the widely reported acquisition of Admeld by Google which closed in December of 2011. At Google, Jason focused on the preservation and maintenance of these publisher relationships post-acquisition and the integration of Admeld into the DoubleClick Ad Exchange. Previously, Jason was at Time Inc. where he was Vice President of Strategy & Revenue Management. Prior to that, he was at Rapt, a part of Advertising and Publisher Solutions at Microsoft. Before joining Rapt, he spent more than a decade in the airline industry, most recently as the Director of Revenue Management for sales and online distribution for Virgin America. In his current role, Jason is focused on leading global growth for Sociomantic, a company that empowers e-commerce marketers in more than 50 markets worldwide with an intelligent display advertising solution that drives incremental sales for sustainable revenue growth. Jason holds a degree in Business and Computer Science and Aviation from the University of North Dakota.
As an e-commerce and operations leader, Katherine Bahamonde has demonstrated her ability to create order from chaos, over-achieve financial targets, uncover new profit opportunities, streamline operations, and build talented teams. Katherine leverages her broad experience base that includes consumer brand / retail experience, marketing, merchandising, technology, and investment banking / financial expertise. She is an agile thinker and comfortably challenges the status quo to build strong and sustaining businesses. Katherine currently serves as the EVP Global E-commerce and Operations for C. Wonder (http://www.cwonder.com). In her role, Katherine is responsible for the e-commerce P&L, including online marketing, and is the strategic architect for all things digital. Earlier in her career, Katherine has worked at a variety of world-class companies that include Citibank, Nike, PepsiCo, Sears, LuluLemon Athletica, and Juicy Couture.
He has been with US-Mattress for the last five years, starting with a role in the web department. Now the Marketing Manager, he manages paid search, social media, analytics, display ads, email marketing, and developing strategic partnerships with new and innovative technologies to help growth.