Newell Rubbermaid Appoints Jeremy Liebowitz to Lead E-Commerce Acceleration

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ATLANTA--Newell Rubbermaid has appointed Jeremy Liebowitz to the newly created position of vice president, global e-commerce, to lead the acceleration of the company's online revenue growth worldwide. Liebowitz will report to Mark Tarchetti, Newell Rubbermaid's chief development officer, with a strong link to Chief Customer Officer Joe Cavaliere.

Liebowitz is tasked with developing a comprehensive global strategy and ensuring the appropriate tools, work plans and organization development are in place to create a step change. The role will be externally focused, collaborating closely with customer development leaders to improve Newell Rubbermaid's offering to customers, the company said.

Liebowitz was most recently vice president of digital commerce and marketing for Jarden Corp., where he achieved significant online revenue growth multiples over five years. Previously, Liebowitz held key e-commerce roles at Limited Brands, Inc. and TracFone Wireless.

"E-commerce is our single biggest growth opportunity and an area where we expect to make substantial investments under Jeremy's leadership," said Tarchetti. "In this highly visible and collaborative role, Jeremy will focus on maximizing our online commercial presence with existing customers and developing a long term channel strategy to drive growth."

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