Press Release (ePRNews.com) - NEW YORK - May 19, 2020 - Tinybeans, a web and mobile technology platform that includes a popular family photo sharing app, announced the appointment of Nina Lawrence as Chief Revenue Officer. This hire comes eight weeks after Tinybeans’ acquisition of digital media brand, Red Tricycle.
Lawrence brings with her over 20 years of experience in growing media brands including a long tenure at Conde Nast as the Vice President, Publisher at W magazine, and senior leadership roles at Time Inc and Wall Street Journal. Most recently, Lawrence was responsible for building new revenue channels as the Chief Revenue Officer, Content at Artsy, the largest online marketplace for buying and selling art.
“Joining a company whose purpose in the world is to improve families’ lives feels good every day, and even more so now, when families need Tinybeans even more. I’m excited at the opportunity to offer a truly unique value proposition for brand partners by pairing Red Tricycle’s robust content platform and reach with Tinybeans secure, private social platform and first party data, ” said Lawrence.
“We were lucky to recruit Nina at such a critical time. With the current state of affairs, parents are relying on Tinybeans and Red Tricycle even more to connect families and create memories. Both brands are seeing unprecedented user growth and engagement that we anticipate will continue on a strong trajectory throughout 2020, ” said Tinybeans CEO Eddie Geller.
About Tinybeans Group
Tinybeans Group Limited (ASX: TNY) is a mobile and web-based technology platform that connects parents with the most trusted digital tools and resources on the planet to help every family thrive. Being Apple’s App of the Day in the U.S. in April 2020 puts Tinybeans in the elite company of best apps in the world! The acquisition of digital media brand Red Tricycle in February 2020, more than doubles the company’s reach to 40 MM active families.
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