Fashion marketplace Poshmark has appointed Rodrigo Brumana as its chief financial officer.
Brumana, who will take up the post on Dec. 1, will be responsible for the California-based company’s global finance function, including financial planning and analysis, budgeting and forecasting, accounting, internal audit, tax and treasury, and investor relations.
“Rodrigo brings more than 20 years of experience leading finance organizations, including a deep knowledge of marketplaces and the retail industry and a strong track record of driving growth for global companies,” said Manish Chandra, founder and CEO of Poshmark.
“Poshmark has a long runway of opportunity ahead, and with Rodrigo’s extensive experience, we will continue to accelerate growth and achieve our vision to build a more seamless, more social, and more circular way to shop.”
Brumana’s most recent position was at Amazon, where he held the role of CFO of Amazon Private Brands, managing a team of finance, business intelligence and analytics professionals spread across the Americas, Asia, and Europe, supporting product development, marketing, category management, discovery, pricing, technology, science, supply chain and sourcing.
In the marketplaces domain, he was CFO of OfferUp, a distant challenger to no. 1 U.S. general marketplace Craigslist.
He is also an alumnus of EBay, having led finance and analytics for EBay Americas, where he oversaw FP&A, business performance, monetization and marketing analytics for a $35 billion business.
Previous roles include vice-president of finance at RetailMeNot, and finance executive positions with HP Inc.
“I was drawn to Poshmark’s potential to shape the future of social shopping, its focus on community leading to exceptional cohort metrics, its commitment to building a more sustainable shopping engine and a vast opportunity to reinvest in the platform,” said Brumana.
“I’m thrilled to be joining Manish and this talented, diverse team as we enter a new era in building Poshmark to be the world’s leading social marketplace.”
Poshmark aims to combine “the human connection of physical shopping with the scale, ease, and selection benefits of e-commerce.” The site encourages users to connect through social network-style features.
With more than 80 million registered users to date, the California-based marketplace competes against sites including The RealReal, ThredUp, Grailed and Depop.