Marcelo Wesseler is the SVP eCommerce at Singapore Post Group. SingPost eCommerce enables global brands to enter Asia Pacific via an end-to-end eCommerce offering that includes a best-in-class technology platform combined with an extensive fulfillment and logistics network of 15 distribution centers in the region. SingPost serves more than 600 clients and runs sites like shop.adidas.com.sg, levis.com.au, shop.toshiba.com.sg and shopled.phillips.com.sg.
SingPost is the Asia Pacific leader in eCommerce logistics and trusted communication. The company is listed on the Singapore stock exchange [S08.SG] with two main shareholder SingTel and Alibaba Group.
David Weissman, a 14 year ecommerce veteran, was recently named EVP eCommerce & Omnichannel for BCBGMaxAzria. In this role, David oversees all aspects of their direct-to-consumer channels and is building out a robust 6pt plan to drive step growth and integration between their online and offline experiences
Prior to joining BCBG, Weissman was President and Co-Founder of Little Black Bag, a unique social commerce business inspired by Japan’s Fukubukuro sales. In his role, Weissman oversaw operations, merchandising, business development, legal, and human resources.
Ryan Bonifacino oversees digital marketing, online advertising, social media and e-commerce as the Vice President of Digital Strategy at Rhode Island-based lifestyle brand Alex and Ani, previously having served as Director and Strategic Advisor to the company beginning in 2010. With over 1,100 employees and 2013 revenues of $230 million, Alex and Ani is currently the fastest growing mid-sized retailer in the US, operating a multi-channel business model that includes over 40 inline retail stores, thousands of global retail partners and multiple ecommerce and digital properties. Prior to Alex and Ani, Ryan was a Principal at Hedgeforce, a hedge fund marketing firm that represented over $8 billion in alternative investment managers. Ryan lives in New York City and is an active investor and advisor in early and growth stage technology ventures and alternative investment funds through Mount Cuba Capital. He also is a member of the Executive Advisory Board at the University of Rhode Island’s Harrington School of Communication and Media.
Darren is the VP Digital Strategy / Product Management at Lovesac, the fastest growing furniture company in America. At Lovesac he oversees digital strategy across desktop, tablet, mobile & store. Prior to Lovesac he was the Product Marketing Manager for Control4, a home automation startup who had a $500M IPO in 2013, and an Analyst at vSpring Capital, a $750M venture capital firm.
Mike Georgoff is VP of New Products at RetailMeNot, Inc, and his team is relentlessly focused on answering one thing - what's next in commerce? He currently invests the majority of his time and expertise in online-to-offline / omni-channel commerce, mobile commerce, and connected retail experiences, ultimately redefining what an exceptional shopper experience means to consumers and what "new media" means to retailers in the mobile epoch.
Prior to joining RetailMeNot, Mike held a variety of roles at Redbox, from head of strategic planning to running business development and partner marketing. He started his career at CEB, a best practices research and consulting firm based in Washington, DC. His academic pedigree is that of a proud Michigan Wolverine
Mark Venezia is an accomplished marketing and sales executive with over 25 years internet and direct marketing experience. Throughout his career, Mark has held numerous executive positions in the retail, advertising and travel industries with a focus on ROI, brand building, sales effectiveness and online social media.For the last several years, Mark has held the role VP of Global Sales & Marketing, North America for Spreadshirt (www.spreadshirt.com), the leading multi-channel clothing-commerce (c-commerce) platform. He is directly responsible for the company’s global sales team and growing key account partnerships including CNN, Nissan, Nationwide, Holiday Inn Sony Music and Coke, creating and executing innovative and creative search marketing campaigns. Under Mark’s leadership, Spreadshirt’s partner business has seen 103% growth year over year. Prior to Spreadshirt, Mark was instrumental in the creation, implementation and launch of the sales strategy for demand-driven media company, Gather.com, where he spent several years growing the business as VP Sales and Marketing. His other experience spans several years in the retail travel industry for companies including NLG in various sales and marketing leadership positions.