Nogin Appoints Andrew Pancer to Board of Directors
Nogin (“Nogin” or the “Company”), a leading provider of innovative Commerce-as-a-Service (CaaS) ecommerce technology, today announced that it has appointed Andrew Pancer as an independent director on its Board of Directors (the “Board”), effective immediately.
Andrew Pancer is an accomplished digital advertising, ecommerce, and publishing executive with over 20 years of experience building and scaling financial operations. Pancer is currently a Founding Partner at Tyburnia Partners Limited, a firm that helps brands optimize their online presence and strategies to increase traffic, conversions, and sales on Amazon and other online marketplaces. He also serves as a Founding Partner at Big Red House Services Limited, providing executive level management, financial, and strategic consulting services to companies mostly within digital marketing and ecommerce. He has also served in several executive roles within the media, advertising technology, and ecommerce industries, including with MailOnline, Dstillery, The New York Times, Direct Revenue LLC, and About.com.
“On behalf of the Nogin leadership team, I would like to welcome Andrew to our Board of Directors,” said Company Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer Jon Huberman. “Andrew is a seasoned executive and Board member who brings a wealth of industry and financial experience to our organization. We are fortunate to be bringing someone of Andrew’s caliber on to the Board and look forward to benefitting from his insights.”
“Nogin has a vast opportunity ahead as it strives to accelerate growth for brands through a new ecommerce approach,” said Pancer. “I’ve spent much of my career pairing digital marketing and executive management strategies to drive brand success online, and am confident that the Company can achieve its full potential. I believe in Nogin’s mission and technology, and I look forward to leveraging my background to help Nogin continue to scale and execute on its growth strategy moving forward.”
In addition to Pancer’s appointment, Deborah Weinswig, a Class I Director of the Board and Chair of the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee, resigned from the Board, effective as of February 13, 2023, due to other professional obligations requiring an increased time commitment.
For additional details, please reference the Form 8-K filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on February 14, 2023, which can also be found in the Investor Relations section of the Company’s website.
Nogin (Nasdaq: NOGN, NOGNW), the Intelligent Commerce company, provides the world’s leading enterprise-class ecommerce technology platform for brand leaders that need to deliver superior growth with predictable costs and an exceptional online experience. The Nogin Commerce Platform is a cloud-based ecommerce environment purpose-built for brands selling direct-to-consumer (D2C) and through online channel partners. Nogin frees its customers to focus on their brands while running as much or as little of the infrastructure as they choose. Founded in 2010, Nogin optimizes the entire ecommerce lifecycle for D2C brands, such as bebe, Brookstone, Hurley, and Kenneth Cole, achieving average growth of more than 40% in annual gross merchandise value (GMV) in the first year. To learn more, visit www.nogin.com or follow us on LinkedIn and on Twitter at @Nogincommerce.
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