Hivery Taps Ian Goodwin to Lead as Chief Product Officer

Liz Dominguez
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Retail strategy and optimization provider Hivery has expanded its executive leadership team, tapping Ian Goodwin as the company’s chief product officer. In the role, Goodwin will lead the company’s product innovation acceleration and expand global delivery. 

Prior to joining Hivery, Goodwin spent more than a decade working with major commerce and technology companies, including most recently at unicorn startup Fabric, helping to provide commerce infrastructure for leading brands.

Goodwin also worked with Staples, where he led product management for mobile e-commerce experiences and innovation, including the Staples Easy button. He also spent time with Nike, leading the company’s advanced analytics and machine learning teams, overseeing e-commerce and personalization across Nike’s digital experiences and product innovation. 

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“I joined Hivery because they are a world-class team, helping to solve highly complex problems with innovative solutions for the world’s largest retail brands,” said Goodwin in a statement. “The challenge to build products that address both product assortment and space, leveraging store-level data and constraints, is truly unique and untapped, and it’s one I’m excited to take on in my new role here at Hivery.”

According to Hivery CEO Jason Hosking, Goodwin is an exceptional product leader who will play a critical role in connecting the dots between what customers seek today (superior assortment and space strategies and plans) and Hivery’s product vision to change the way assortment and space decisions are made between brands and retailers. 

“We’re excited to have him join during this critical period of growth,” said Hosking. “Ian was ultimately appointed due to his winning combination of product leadership, data science expertise, and his genuine focus on building winning cultures: all vital elements for the next chapter of Hivery's success.”

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