Fanatics appoints Andrew Low Ah Kee as chief executive of Fanatics Commerce
Fanatics has appointed Andrew Low Ah Kee as the new chief executive of Fanatics Commerce.
The group’s largest business, Fanatics Commerce designs, manufactures and sells licensed fan gear, jerseys, lifestyle and streetwear products, as well as headwear and non-apparel hard goods.
Low Ah Kee most recently served as president of Opendoor, the ecommerce platform for residential real estate transactions. Prior to that, he was chief operating officer at GoDaddy. In his new position, he will report to Fanatics chairman and chief executive Michael Rubin.
Rubin said: “As we focus on further building our commerce business and doubling down on creating the best overall fan experience, we were looking for a proven executive who is obsessed with creating elite customer experiences, utilising innovation for growth, scaling companies globally, producing strong financial results, building renowned brands and establishing strong teams and internal culture. Andrew is the right leader to take our commerce business to new heights and I am thrilled to have him on the team.”
Low Ah Kee has succeeded the former Fanatics Commerce chief executive Doug Mack who announced his retirement last month. Mack will partner closely with Low Ah Kee throughout the rest of the year to ensure a smooth transition, and will continue to serve as a special advisor to Rubin and Fanatics.
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