"They all bring a depth of experience and knowledge in the key areas needed to continue me&u's expansion around the world," said me&u CEO Katrina Barry.
"We've expanded over 200% since the start of 2021 and bolstering out the team with their leadership abilities will help us take me&u global.
"With Natalie, Brian, and Eric onboard, me&u will be able to continue creating better experiences for customers and venues across the global hospitality sector."
Natalie Housson (pictured above) joins me&u from Moneytech, where she served as group CFO.
She previously worked as CFO at Plenti, executive manager of retail banking services at the Commonwealth Bank, head of ANZ finance at PayPal, EU finance transformation lead at eBay, and as a senior accountant at Procter & Gamble. in the UK.
Housson holds an honours degree in French and German from the University of Manchester
"It's an exciting time for me&u who have achieved rapid growth and are now serving 70% of Australia's top pub groups, while launching in new overseas markets. I am excited about the opportunity we have to plan and execute our expansion into the US and UK," said Housson.
Brian Duncan was most recently business development director at HungerRush, and previously served as CEO of Plan Based, sales and business development director at OER Services, business development manager at SmartWitness, and as channel development director at LeasePlan.
He holds a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from Purdue University.
"The US hospitality landscape is really different to Australia's, and order and pay technology is an incredibly new category here. It's an exciting challenge and I'm excited to bring my knowledge of the local landscape to both revolutionise venue operations and enhance customer experiences in America," said Duncan.
Eric Seymour also joins me&u from HungerRush, where he was director of channel programs.
He previously worked as regional sales director at Revention, CEO of Austin POS, sales director at Attentus Medical Sales, and sales and marketing director at Smart Multimedia.
Earlier in his career Seymour served as a hospital corpsman in the US Navy, and on returning to civilian life spent ten years as field supervisor of Cypress Creek EMS.
He is also an executive board member of the Back the Badges BBQ Foundation that supports first responders.
"To strengthen and build the hospitality industry, me&u is disrupting the way the venues are working, and this style of disruption will be a very good thing. I'm committed to leveraging my business development expertise and contacts to bring me&u to venues everywhere," said Seymour.