We help businesses of all sizes look their best
Nick holds responsibility for our revenue, leading our manufacturing and operations teams.
Throughout his career, Nick has been part of teams that have led organizations through profitable growth during times of tremendous scaling.
Outside work, for Nick, means being outside – mountain biking, skiing and boating.
Nick welcomes the chance to help our customers grow and develop.“It’s all about helping entrepreneurs build their business,” he says. “I’m excited to be part of a company whose mission it is to help businesses of all sizes”. Which, of course, is what we’re here for.
Stephanie leads our customer team and holds guardianship of our brand.
An award-winning marketer, Stephanie launched our Boston office, taking a huge step forward in making MOO a global brand. She’s responsible for our brand strategy and making sure we stay close to our customers.
Stephanie’s two big passions are the ocean and music. She has a formidable record library – with her purple vinyl of Purple Rain the jewel in her collection.
So, why MOO? “I find it so thrilling to work on a brand that I love, and watch it flourish,” she says. “And I’ve always had amazing teams – no-one can make magic happen alone.”
Chad’s brilliant vision drives our ability to deliver game-changing products.
With a background as a designer, Chad leads our product management, user experience, and industrial design teams. He’s responsible for making sure we give the best possible experience to our customers.
After work, he frequently plays board games with his daughter and, once a year, participates in the annual Disc Golf tournament. He assures us it’s a sporting highlight.
“My passions lie at the intersection of design, technology, and research” Chad explained. “And at MOO, user-centered design is key to our growth and differentiation. What could be better?”
Meri drives our tech strategy and creates smart multi-functional teams to build brilliant products.
A strong, visionary leader, Meri is also a popular and accomplished international speaker, author, and champion of inclusive workplaces.
When Meri occasionally stops working, you might also find her sharing her love of BBQ at #meatleader.
“I like helping real people, entrepreneurs and small businesses access much better design than they otherwise would,” she says. “And I’ve been a big fan of MOO since the early days.”
Alan is responsible for making sure we’re a great employer.
During his career, Alan’s nurtured talented people in small teams right through to casts of thousands. Here, he manages our employee experience, recruitment and HR teams.
Alan’s used to managing large teams – at home, he has 7 children, including 2 (two!) sets of twins.
And Alan’s love for MOO? He says “I love the product and the ethos and my remit, which I intend to fulfill, is to help MOO become bigger and better without losing our cultural identity.”
Ed leads our financial growth strategy.
He built his expertise in senior executive roles for a range of tech and consumer brands. His goal is to help us scale and achieve profitable growth while retaining the best parts of our great culture.
Outside work, it’s less about the numbers and more about family, bluegrass banjo, and travel. His wife’s a food blogger – “so when I’m not at work these days, it feels like I do a lot of eating” he says.
Ed’s background in technology and consumer brands makes him a natural fit for us at MOO. He said: “I’ve been around the tech space a lot, but it’s great to combine tech with a great brand and something tangible. Having a physical product brings an emotional connection.”
Gina is our VP of Marketing for North America, and is responsible for our single biggest market (by far).
Since she joined us in 2013, Gina’s strategic vision and unstoppable drive has helped the exponential growth of our US business.
Gina describes herself as the kind of person who gets stuff done (only she doesn’t say ‘stuff’). When she’s not working, this means getting outdoors with her family, travelling, skiing, biking, beaching.
“If you work in marketing, you’ll know how much easier it is to market a product people like,” she says. “And because our customers love MOO so much, my job is much easier.”
Cathy is responsible for attracting visitors from the UK, EU, Australia… anywhere that isn’t part of North America.
In every role Cathy’s held, she’s launched, revolutionized or rocket-powered an ecommerce presence, and we’re delighted she’s been able to do the same for us.
Outside work, running, cycling and her family take priority (not necessarily in that order…). She’s also a fiercely competitive backgammon and Scrabble player.
“We genuinely practice what we preach here,” she says. “There’s a massive honesty in the brand and we recruit like-minded people who believe in what we’re doing. And I think that shines through.”
Simon makes sure that everyone, from big brands to part-time enthusiasts, gets a great MOO experience.
He grew our big business offering, MOO Business Services, from “a tiny acorn into a towering oak”, as well as playing an instrumental role in helping to focus our business around our customers.
Simon admits to being an aging hockey player (field, not ice) and also boasts a secret skill as a bricklayer. All round, though, he’s a self-proclaimed generalist – he can’t be beat at trivia.
“MOO’s a fun, growing design and technology-focused company that still makes real things,” Simon explains. “What’s not to love.”