“Jim is a proven technology leader with extensive experience driving business value through technology-based solutions,” said Susan Aplin, CEO and Co-Founder, Bambeco.
Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) March 01, 2016
Bambeco, Inc., the Baltimore-based, eco-conscious retailer of home décor, furniture and accessories announced today the appointment of Jim Walsh as Chief Technology Officer. Walsh will work closely with Bambeco’s executive team and senior management, overseeing IT and shaping the company’s technology agenda in this newly created position focused on driving growth and innovation.
“Jim is a proven technology leader with extensive experience driving business value through technology-based solutions,” said Susan Aplin, CEO and Co-Founder, Bambeco. “His deep technical expertise is an ideal match as we continue to expand our market reach and achieve our vision to become the leading sustainable home goods and décor retailer.”
Walsh brings more than 30 years of industry experience with successes that include building top-performing teams, piloting technological innovations, facilitating acquisitions and championing the launch of e-commerce initiatives. Prior to joining Bambeco, Walsh served as Vice President of Information Technology and Acting CIO for Tumi. While there he served on the Executive Leadership Team and Cost Reduction Committee, directing a 25-member global IT team. Additionally, he previously held senior positions at Bruno Magli and Hartstrings.
“Bambeco is an innovator in sustainable design, leading the way in developing products that leave a positive impact on your life and a minimal impact on the environment. I look forward to leading Bambeco’s technology organization as the company continues to evolve and scale, bringing this sustainable vision to new and increased audiences with a seamless digital experience,” said Jim Walsh, CTO, Bambeco.
Launched on Earth Day 2009, Bambeco is the premier brand for sustainable home goods. Every product is carefully designed to ensure it is made using responsible processes and materials that are reclaimed, repurposed, renewable, recycled, natural, or organic. Many of the products are artisan-made, handcrafted, and made in the US. The company’s mission is to bring the sustainability movement home and change the world, one room at a time. http://www.bambeco.com