CBA Marketer Stuart Tucker Joins hipages In Newly Created Role

CBA Marketer Stuart Tucker Joins hipages In Newly Created Role
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Australian tradie website hipages has announced the appointment of Stuart Tucker as its chief customer officer.

The newly created role encompasses management of sales, service and marketing.

Boasting a strong career in marketing specialist and management roles spanning more than 20 years to date, Tucker has worked for a number of the country’s most well-known companies across telecommunications and finance.

Most recently, he was the general manager of brand, sponsorship and marketing services at Commonwealth Bank.

Prior to his time at CBA, Tucker was the general manager of marketing and product at Aussie Home Loans, and also held marketing positions at Optus for 12 years.

David Vitek, CEO of hipages, said: “Stuart is a highly talented marketing and brand specialist with an impressive range of career experience across leading Australian companies.

“We are thrilled to have him join our team and lead our brand strategies across sales, service and marketing.

“hipages is experiencing solid growth year on year, and we are continuing to grow the team to maintain our premium level of service.

“In the past year, our staff numbers have increased by 36 per cent, today totalling 300 employees across our offices in Sydney and Manilla.”

Commenting on his appointment, Tucker said: “I’m delighted to be joining the hipages team. It’s an exciting business with a strong growth mandate in an intriguing category.

“The opportunity to focus on the end-to-end customer experience is highly motivating, as is the chance to further build brand awareness.”

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