Drivvn drives growth with key appointments

Global automotive e-commerce company drivvn has made a series of appointments to support its international growth plans.

Drivvn, which helps vehicle manufacturers build and manage e-commerce sites and customer journeys, has appointed Christina Chander as its first product director. She will build a team of product experts to manage the expansion of drivvn’s modular e-commerce platform.

She said: “I join drivvn at an exciting stage in its development. It is working with global automotive brands and revolutionising the way that e-commerce is used in the sector. I look forward to helping to integrate these technologies into the automotive digital eco-system and create better customer experiences in countries worldwide.”

Meanwhile, Victoria Bell also joins the company as an account director and Helen Bradbury has been appointed as a product designer.

Peter Brown, chief executive of drivvn, said: “We continue to attract great talent to drivvn thanks to our culture and focus on giving talented people the opportunity to do their best work. Our industry is undergoing a period of rapid change and drivvn is well-positioned to be a global leader in e-commerce.”

Earlier this year drivvn announced it’s on track to hit £1bn in sales this year as it expands the number of brands it supports across multiple countries.