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TO BECOME CANADA'S LEADING ONLINE SHOPPING DESTINATION.
The goal is enormous, but we believe the time is right based on the real needs of Canadian shoppers, retailers and manufacturers. A "dream team" needs more than just exceptional skills, relevant & category-leading experience and strong pedigree. A "dream team" needs a shared vision, and the desire to be the very best.
LIKE OUR SHOP.CA MEMBERS, THIS BOARD KNOWS A GOOD DEAL WHEN THEY SEE ONE.
Drew Green founder and ceo Drew is founder, ceo and chairman of SHOP.CA and is responsible for overall corporate strategy, sales, marketing and operations. Having spent his entire career connecting online audiences with retailers through digital media, marketing solutions, mobile marketing and marketplace platforms in the United States, Drew is now focused on his homeland, with a vision to significantly improve and ease the online buying experience for the millions of Canadian SHOP*per’s that buy online every week.Prior to founding SHOP.CA, Drew served as Senior Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Vibes Media. In this role, Drew was responsible for defining, implementing and leading the execution of Vibes’ Sales, Business Development and Marketing strategy. With over 14 years of online marketing, eCommerce and sales leadership experience, Drew has a proven track record of results based management and high growth strategy development and execution. Prior to joining Vibes in 2009, Drew was a member of SHOP.COM’s executive team since 2005, where he led the sales, merchant operations and business development departments during his tenure, and was responsible for ramping product supply from under 1 million products to over 25 million unique product SKUs from thousands of leading retailers and manufacturers in the US. SHOP.COM’S Marketplace platforms provided demand generation and branding for thousands of retailers and product brands in both the US and the UK. Prior to SHOP.COM, Drew held sales and sales leadership roles with Flonetwork, (acquired by DoubleClick) and DoubleClick (acquired by Google).
Jeff Dossett svp, revenue Jeff Dossett serves as Senior Vice President, Content and Social Solutions for Demand Media. Reporting to Joanne Bradford, Demand Media's Chief Revenue Officer, Dossett leads teams responsible for developing innovative content distribution solutions and securing strategic partnerships with leading brands, content publishers and online distribution networks.
Paul Belanger director Paul is a partner since 1994 of Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP. Paul practices in the Corporate Law and Securities Groups in the Toronto office. His practice emphasizes the business, affairs and regulation of financial institutions, including life and property and casualty insurance companies, commercial banks, trust and loan companies, and other regulated and unregulated providers of financial services.
Trevor Newell founder and president Trevor is founder and president of SHOP.CA, focusing on our social loyalty platform, responsible for overall technology strategy, including product design, build and operations. Trevor also oversees customer care and investor relations.
Michael Tait executive vice president Michael Tait started his career in Investment Banking with Gordon Capital in 1996, then the preeminent Investment Bank in Canada. He subsequently worked in almost all facets of the financial industry, including debt and equity financings, divestitures, mergers and acquisitions, going private transactions and initial public offerings at firms such as CIBC, HSBC and UBS. Mr. Tait was also a co-founder of Genuity Capital Markets (sold to Canaccord Financial). Most recently, he was Managing Director, Head of Institutional Sales, UBS Securities Canada. In this role, Mr. Tait was responsible for the origination and global distribution of Canadian equities, serving clients in dozens of countries. In 2010, UBS declared Michael an “Outstanding Performer”, an accolade only afforded to two Managing Directors in the world within this 75,000-employee organization.
Pam Laycock senior vice president, corporate strategy and development Pam Laycock currently holds the position of Senior Vice President, Corporate Development and Strategy at Torstar Corporation, a leading Canadian media company, where she is responsible for strategy, planning, business unit coordination and corporate development. She has been with Torstar for over 20 years, working in three of the four businesses within Torstar and working on the Canadian, US and UK businesses.
Terry Kukle vice president, business development Terry Kukle currently holds the position of Vice President of Business Development at Metroland Media, Ontario's largest and most successful community newspaper publisher. Metroland, a Torstar company, currently publishes 113 community newspapers with a total of 154 editions and a multitude of digital assets that are concentrated in southern Ontario and around Toronto.
David Coriat executive vice-president, chief financial officer David has held the position of Executive Vice-President, Chief Financial Officer and Director of Slaight Communications Inc. since 1988 and has been a member of the senior management team, along with the sole shareholder and President & CEO. As a team, they have enhanced shareholder's wealth by over $1,000,000,000 in a 20-year period. During that time, David was a significant contributor in the acquisition, as well as divestitures of a number of operating entities/businesses, including the start-up of the Toronto Raptors and the building/financing of their Air Canada Centre.
Bill Gregson executive chairman Mr. William Gregson, Bill served as the Chief Executive Officer and President of Brick Group Income Fund (Now, The Brick Ltd) from July 10, 2009 to January 2012. Mr. Gregson has a long and distinguished track record of over 25 years in retail operations. Most recently, he consulted for Reebok United States. Prior to that, Mr. Gregsonserved as President and Chief Operating Officer of the Forzani Group, where he worked for over 10 years.