RetailMeNot has named former eBay executive Michael Jones as SVP of retailer and brand solutions as it seeks to grow its footprint.
Jones spent the last four years serving as VP of merchant development at eBay, where he was responsible for building and developing the company's business relationships with some of the largest brands and retailers in the world and growing the business of its largest customers. His responsibilities included sales, business development, merchant relations and operations for eBay's marketplace business.
"It is incredibly exciting to have Michael join RetailMeNot as we continue to develop best-in-class multichannel solutions for retailers and brands," said Kelli Beougher, COO of RetailMeNot. "Michael's passion for growing businesses combined with his deep experience working with retailers and brands will help RetailMeNot continue our efforts to support our retailers' customer acquisition, retention and revenue goals."
"It is exciting to join an organization that is viewed by so many retailers and brands as one of the most effective and innovative multichannel platforms that can efficiently drives sales both online and in-store," said Jones. "RetailMeNot has an incredible opportunity to heighten its support of a retail industry that is starving for a more efficient way to connect the right promotion with the right consumer. I look forward to helping this company take advantage of that opportunity."
Throughout a 10-year period, Jones served in various senior revenue, operations and business development roles at ChannelAdvisor, a leading software-as-a-service (SaaS) company helping online retailers and manufacturers maximize and optimize their online sales through search engine marketing, comparison shopping engines and marketplaces.
Prior to ChannelAdvisor, he was VP of product management and marketing for AuctionRover.com, an online auction search engine that was acquired by Overture Services in 2000. He also served as a senior product manager for Stingray Software, a worldwide leader in providing object-oriented components for developing Windows applications.