Wednesday, 10 November 2021 10:57

Marketplacer hires former Amazon exec Rinker


Online marketplace platform operator Marketplacer has appointed Brittany Rinker to the newly created role of vice president of community.

"Britt brings a 360-degree marketplace view of customer and product insight from her experience at Amazon," said Marketplacer chief alliance officer John Mullins.

"In this new community role, she will continue to enhance Marketplacer's deep commitment to guiding companies through strategic transformation by giving sellers the best possible experience on their modern marketplace journeys.

"We pride ourselves on always going the extra mile for our sellers and Britt's customer-first philosophy perfectly aligns with our culture of service, innovation, empathy and hands-on collaboration."

Rinker brings more than 10 years of retail and ecommerce to Marketplacer.

She joins the company from Amazon, where she most recently worked as head of growth marketing for the Marketplace.

Rinker previously worked in sales for Samsung and Best Buy in the US.

She holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Wisconsin Stout.

"I am excited that my role and this community program are new for Marketplacer," says Rinker. "The company has experienced rapid growth in recent years and it's critical that we find new ways to innovate and support our growing customer base.

"I'm also looking forward to leveraging my experience in launching and growing seller communities to build similar structures at Marketplacer, while democratising the process and curating the experience for our customers.

"Ultimately, my aim will be to create a conduit between online marketplaces and their suppliers to enable growth. We also have a great opportunity to tap into the wealth of marketplace knowledge and expertise within the Marketplacer team through more sharing of content and education with our community."

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