Stuart Hill becomes CEO of WnDirect

Stuart Hill becomes CEO of WnDirect

Stuart Hill has been made CEO of wnDirect. Formerly the Managing Director, the eCommerce professional looks set to steer the business into the next phase of its global growth. The previous CEO, Gary Stefanello, will remain a key member of the Board and will focus on driving US outbound strategies whilst maximising the ongoing partnership with WorldNet Shipping Inc.

Stuart Hill, had spent a number of years at John Lewis and then ASOS; both brands well regarded for their ecommerce strategies.

Speaking about the change Stuart Hill said: “I am delighted to be taking over the reigns as CEO and look forward to the exciting times ahead. We have achieved so much for such a young company and the innovations and new launches we have scheduled for the next 12-18 months will continue in this vein. The people at wnDirect is what make us unique and so successful. Not one of us is satisfied with ‘good enough’ we want to develop solutions and strategies which break the norm and really make a difference to our customers. I am proud to lead the wnDirect team and long may the success (and fun!) continue.”

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