Frederick Goldman has appointed tech veteran Judah Zeigler (pictured), as vice president, business-to-business e-commerce.
Zeigler has more than 20 years of business-to-business and business-to-consumer e-commerce experience.
As the first employee hired to lead Samsung’s e-commerce channel, he helped built the electronics company’s U.S. e-commerce division from the ground up. Prior to Samsung, Zeigler led Panasonic’s U.S. e-commerce unit in the United States and started Sharp Electronics Corp.’s e-commerce enterprise.
In his new position at Goldman, Zeigler will lead the company’s business-to-business e-commerce efforts. In particular, he will assist Goldman’s retailers in identifying and maximizing digital growth opportunities.
“We are extremely fortunate to retain Judah as we expand our capabilities in the areas of digital and business-to-business e-commerce,” Jonathan Goldman, chairman and chief executive officer of Secaucus, N.J.–based Frederick Goldman, said in a statement. “One of our top priorities is to ensure that we are delivering a consistently best-in-class business-to-business experience for our retailers, as well as providing consultative resources to our valued customers, so that they can maximize the opportunities that exist as consumers in our industry more rapidly adopt digitally centric shopping behaviors.”
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