Poshmark appoints chief financial officer
US pre-loved marketplace Poshmark has appointed Rodrigo Brumana as chief financial officer.
Due to take up his post on 1 December, he will be responsible for the company’s global finance function, including financial planning and analysis, budgeting and forecasting, accounting, internal audit, tax and treasury, and investor relations.
Brumana most recently worked with Amazon, where he served as chief financial officer of Amazon Private Brands. This included managing a team of finance, business intelligence and analytics professionals across the company’s Americas, Asia, and Europe regions.
Prior to Amazon, he worked as chief financial officer of OfferUp, a mobile marketplace for online and local transactions. He has also previously held senior roles at eBay and RetailMeNot.
Manish Chandra, founder and chief executive of Poshmark, said: “Rodrigo brings more than 20 years of experience leading finance organisations, including a deep knowledge of marketplaces and the retail industry and a strong track record of driving growth for global companies.
“Poshmark has a long runway of opportunity ahead, and with Rodrigo’s extensive experience, we will continue to accelerate growth and achieve our vision to build a more seamless, more social, and more circular way to shop.”