Wayfair announces executive promotions

Boston– Online home furnishings retailer Wayfair announced the promotion of seven leaders to vice president roles across several business functions. The roles are newly created for the company.

The recent promotions include the appointment of Nancy Go to vp of brand marketing; Mike Henriques to vp of international, Australia; John Kim to vp of pricing; Gregory Konicki to vp of warehousing; Joel Stevenson to vp of financial planning and analysis; Brian Thornfeldt to vp of lifestyle brands; Paul Toms, to vp of strategic initiatives and Joss & Main North America; and Sarah Whitman, to vp of category management, AllModern.

“Each of these talented leaders has been influential in driving Wayfair’s rapid growth and success across various aspects of the business,” said Niraj Shah, ceo, co-chairman and co-founder of Wayfair.com. “We look forward to their continued contributions as we further build our leadership position and global presence as the online destination for all things home.”

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