Global independent commerce innovator, eWave, has announced the appointment of Camille Baumann to the new role of chief customer officer.
Baumann brings a wealth of expertise to eWave. Previously MD of Accenture’s Microsoft Business Group (Avanade), she was part of the Global Executive Leadership team, heading up APAC and Latin America regions to deliver Connected Commerce and other Martech solutions. With over 20 years’ sales & marketing experience, Baumann’s previous roles also include Asia Pacific Marketing Director at SAS, and Senior Manager at Deloitte (now Deloitte Digital) leading integrated marketing client engagements.
Commenting on the appointment, Fatima Said, co-founder and managing director of eWave, said: “We are all really excited about the opportunity to collaborate with Camille, who brings an incredible amount of experience gained in global markets. As a member of our Global Executive Leadership team, we believe Camille will help us accelerate our growth, expand our presence around the world, create new opportunities and cement eWave’s position as the leading Global Independent Commerce Innovator.”
Baumann added: “In a boom of digitising commerce, I’m delighted to join a diverse fast-growing team that already operates globally with world-class client brands and look forward to building from the decade plus success of eWave.”
Baumann’s appointment comes on the back of rapid global expansion and growth for eWave, with an expanding client base: Nike, Canon, L’Oréal, Cochlear, Kathmandu, Rip Curl and more. Baumann is based out of eWave’s Australian global head office in Sydney.
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