Etsy Names eCommerce Veteran Ryan Scott Chief Marketing Officer

Etsy has named Ryan Scott Chief Marketing Officer, effective June 24, 2019. Formerly CMO of Slice, a leading digital marketplace for pizza ordering, Scott has nearly two decades of marketing and eCommerce experience, including leadership roles at Grubhub (Seamless), SoulCycle, and Pond5.

In this newly created position, Scott will have global responsibility for the company’s digital marketing, advertising, brand, communications, and market research and international growth initiatives, as Etsy scales its brand and performance marketing operations.

He will be based at Etsy’s headquarters in Brooklyn, NY and report to .

“Ryan is a true master of his craft, with a strong understanding of marketplace dynamics, deep technical expertise for driving customer acquisition and frequency and a passion for brand-building. He has a terrific track record building and developing world-class, high-performing teams. His skill set is ideally suited to telling the story of what makes Etsy so special through growth initiatives aimed at attracting and building deeper relationships with customers. We couldn’t be more excited to have Ryan join Etsy.”

Etsy CEO Josh Silverman

Extensive Management And Marketing Expertise

Ryan ScottScott brings extensive management and marketing expertise to his new role. As CMO of Slice, he was responsible for leading the end-to-end consumer experience, including product development, as well as growing brand affinity and user adoption.

Prior to joining Slice, Scott was the CMO of SoulCycle, where he expanded the brand into digital media and performance marketing, and held the position of Co-CEO at Pond5, a marketplace for royalty-free media. While there, Scott rebranded the company and built its sales and marketing teams.

Previously, Scott spearheaded marketing and operations at Seamless as the company’s first CMO, repositioning the brand to consumers, including changing its name to Seamless, and driving rapid mobile adoption and market expansion through its merger with Grubhub in 2013.

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