Wayfair Ups Execs to VPs

Wayfair.comBOSTON-Wayfair has promoted eight executives to new positions at the vice president level.

Nancy Go has been named vice president of brand marketing. Mike Henriques has become vice president of international, Australia. John Kim has been appointed vice president of pricing. Gregory Konicki has been promoted to vice president of warehousing.

Joel Stevenson has become vice president of financial planning and analysis. Brian Thornfeldt has been appointed vice president of lifestyle brands. Paul Toms has been named vice president of strategic initiatives and of Joss & Main North America. Sarah Whitman has become vice president of category management for AllModern.

All eight were previously senior directors in their areas of responsibility, with the exception of Stevenson, who was senior director of Wayfair International-UK.

Niraj Shah, Wayfair's CEO, co-chairman and co-founder, said, "Each of these talented leaders has been influential in driving Wayfair's rapid growth and success across various aspects of the business."

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