Savings.com Adds New Communications and Consumer Experience Talent Meghan Stuyvenberg and Brian Lee Join Savings.com Executive Team
SANTA MONICA, Calif., May 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Savings.com, the premier destination for online coupons and coupon codes, has added two new executives to its growing company of more than 80 employees. Brian Lee joins Savings.com as Head of Consumer Experience, while Meghan Stuyvenberg leads Public Relations and Community Management.
"The deal space is extremely active and competitive right now, which is why Savings.com needs a top notch team of experts to help bring fresh, creative thinking to everything we do," said Savings.com CEO, Loren Bendele. "We're excited to have Brian and Meghan on board as we work to create a unique online shopping experience for consumers and broaden the Savings.com community."
Lee joins Savings.com from BabyCenter.com, where he was the Director of Product Management. As Head of Consumer Experience, Lee will be tasked with repositioning the consumer benefits of joining the Savings.com community, while sustaining the momentum of the website's recent deal personalization launch. The biggest launch by Savings.com to date, this new personalized online shopping experience enables Savings.com visitors to create their own customized deal profile based on their specific preferences.
"Consumers are receiving all kinds of deals from various sources. Building off our April deal personalization launch, my goal at Savings.com is to produce an industry leading 'my deals' experience for our customers and ensure they get the deals they really want and need," said Lee.
Stuyvenberg joins Lee on the executive team and brings both national and international PR and digital experience to her new position leading Public Relations and Community Management. In her role, Stuyvenberg maintains the brand's media exposure, coordinates opportunities for deal syndication, and develops initiatives to foster strong engagement among Savings.com's online community. Prior to Savings.com, Stuyvenberg was the Associate Director of Digital at Hill & Knowlton Australia, where she was responsible for driving the digital strategy for multi-national clients in Asia Pacific.
"There are a lot of sites out there pushing deal content, but what makes Savings.com unique is the sense of community we offer on our website that lets people interact with other like-minded shoppers and savers," said Stuyvenberg. "I look forward to developing programs that can create greater investment among our community members, while also increasing Savings.com brand visibility with key influencers and press."
Since its founding in 2007, Savings.com has helped consumers save over $150 million. Its growing list of partners includes Yahoo! Deals, The Dealmap, and PriceGrabber, among others.
Savings.com is one of the fastest growing privately held companies in the US with access to more than 200,000 deals. In addition to providing coupons that are guaranteed to work, consumers across the country turn to Savings.com to find tips from the site's popular personal finance blog, newly launched Answers tool and a vital community of online coupon experts, the DealPros®.
Savings.com helps consumers save money every day. The premier online savings Web site and community has the best deals for everything shoppers want, making it easier than ever to search, find and share big savings from top brands and stores. The company's dedicated team of DealPros® scours the Web to find top offers in every category from designer clothes and baby gear to big-screen TVs and gourmet food. The site's community of members and savers rates each deal to make sure users find the best stuff first eliminating the need to spend time sifting through expired coupons and coupon codes that don't work. Savings.com is a safe haven of high-quality, reliable deals. Savings.com's sister site, Savoo.co.uk, offers top coupons and deals to UK-based shoppers.