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Feb 17, 20207:31am

Lyst bets for ‘techies’: hires former Amazon, Expedia, Disney and adds a Google executive to the board

The British platform has added to its highest body of administration Bradley Horowitz, vice-president of product management for Google to its board of directors.

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Lyst bets for ‘techis’: hires former Amazon, Expedia, Disney and adds a Google executive to the board

 

 

Lyst continues to reinforce its board of directors with technological talent. The platform has added to its board Bradley Horowitz, vice-president of product management. At the same time, the company has signed Lucas McGregor, Simon Dance and Nicolas Combremont to its executive team.

 

Horowitz counts with a long trajectory linked to technology. He started his professional career in Yahoo in 2005, where he occupied some high positions and participated in the acquisition of Flickr or Jumpcut.

 

In 2008, the executive joined Google as vice-president of product management for applications with consumer, leading the operation of Gmail, Google Docs and Calendar amongst others. Horowitz incorporation happens one year after the general board of directors, and one year after the incorporation of Ian Roger, digital managing director of LVMH, one of Lyst’s main investors.

 

 

 

 

At the same time, the company signed three other executives to take positions in the company. Lyst has added Lucas McGregor, former executive for Walt Disney, Simon Dance, former head of SEO in Amazon Europe and Nicolas Combremont, former international senior vice president for Expedia Group.   

 

Lyst is a fashion finder that counts with eight million users all over the world. The company has a stock of five million items from more than 12,000 brands and its present in countries such as France, Spain, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom or Japan.

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