The world's biggest ticket reseller has a new president following last year's departure of Scott Cutler
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In an executive reshuffle, eBay has promoted Scott Cutler to senior VP for the Americas, leaving vacant the top job at StubHub
By IQ on 22 Aug 2017
StubHub is recruiting for a new chief executive following the promotion of its incumbent president, Scott Cutler, to senior vice-president, Americas, of eBay’s marketplace business.
Cutler, a former head of global listings at the New York Stock Exchange, has led eBay’s secondary ticketing subsidiary since May 2015. He will continue to serve as head of StubHub while the company searches for a new president.
Other new appointments at eBay include Jay Lee to senior vice-president, EMEA, and Jooman Park to senior VP, Asia-Pacific.
“Scott, Jay and Jooman are seasoned leaders with great track records,” says eBay president and CEO Devin Wenig. “They will continue to focus on accelerating our core business and driving eBay’s competitive advantages as a global commerce leader.”
Cutler (pictured) said in January StubHub, the world’s biggest secondary ticketer, would in future be moving beyond ticket resale, including into transport, accommodation and dining.
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