Barry Decide appointed CEO of eBay Motors Group and Motors.co.uk


Barry Decide has been appointed as chief government (CEO) of eBay Motors Group and Motors.co.uk.

He’ll oversee the corporate’s general B2B and B2C technique, together with collaboration between Motors.co.uk and sister web site Gumtree Motors, to assist improve selection for automotive consumers and increase industrial alternatives for automotive retailers by way of the attain of eBay Motors Group.

eBay Motors Group has additionally introduced a brand new senior administration construction with Phill Jones (pictured proper) appointed as chief working officer (COO), with accountability for each industrial and operational groups; Lucy Tugby turning into advertising and marketing director and Katherine Cunliffe turning into product director; whereas Gary Reck continues as chief expertise officer.

All report into Decide.

Decide joins from Houza, a property market within the United Arab Emirates (UAE), he co-founded in 2019, the place he stays a board member.

Daniel Ozen, O3 Industries’ president, stated: “Barry Decide is a confirmed chief with excellent enterprise acumen as an entrepreneur and disruptive innovator within the Center East market business and we’re delighted to welcome him to the enterprise.

“Barry’s appointment is a key a part of our technique to create targeted Motors and Gumtree companies to higher unlock every enterprise’s potential.”

Beforehand, Decide was CEO for OLX MENA, a community of marketplaces current in over 30 nations. Previous to which he was CEO of Dubizzle, a start-up disruptor he grew from launch, which was acquired by the OLX Group in 2019 for $400m.

“Becoming a member of the enterprise as CEO at such a pivotal time in its evolution beneath new possession is an thrilling problem. I’m trying ahead to working with the staff to guide the following chapter in its progress because the go-to market for automotive retailers and automotive consumers,” stated Decide.

Used car supermarkets and franchised retailers responded to September’s sector stability to extend the worth of their marketed car inventory by 1.5% and 1%, respectively.

Knowledge from eBay Motors Group’s month-to-month Market View evaluation confirmed that the average value of a used car advertised on its platforms grew for a second consecutive month – by 0.6% to £16,753 – throughout September.


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