Snappy, the New York-based tech platform revolutionizing gifting, is pleased to announce that it has named Ry Sullivan as Chief Product Officer. Ry joins Snappy from Carta, where he spent over five years leading platform product, design, UX, and customer operations.
As Chief Product Officer at Snappy, Ry will report to Snappy’s co-founder and CEO, Hani Goldstein, and will lead Snappy’s product team to its next phase of hypergrowth on their mission to be the world’s leading gift-giving platform.
“We truly believe Ry is the right person to take the product helm here at Snappy. He cares deeply about putting customer needs at the heart of our product and embraces our core values at every level,” says Hani Goldstein. ”We’re committed to building a product that continues to spread smiles across the world, and I know Ry’s expertise will be invaluable to our team, customers, and partners as we head into our next phase of growth.”
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In his new role, Ry will be responsible for guiding the vision and strategy of Snappy’s product roadmap to drive growth and innovation. The new hire also reflects Snappy’s desire to create an even bigger impact for their customers so they can spread more delight through their gift-giving platform than ever before.
“It’s a privilege to join Snappy during this time of explosive growth, and I’m looking forward to helping grow our Product, Engineering, and UX teams globally,” says Ry Sullivan. “I truly believe Snappy has a real opportunity to build the #1 gifting platform in the world, and I’m honored to be a part of the journey.”
Founded in 2015, Snappy completed a $70M Series C funding round in May of 2021 and was recently named the fastest-growing company in the Northeast for the second year in-a-row by Inc. Magazine with a two-year revenue growth of 5184%. Snappy has become the trusted partner to over 2,500 enterprise customers including Microsoft, Salesforce, Comcast, and Uber, and has sent millions of gifts worldwide.
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