The RealReal Hires 2 to New C-Suite Positions

TechnologyApr 05, 2018

The RealReal Hires 2 to New C-Suite Positions

Jun-Sheng Li has been hired as chief operating officer and Len Eschweiler is the new chief revenue officer.

The RealReal has created to new management roles as it continues to grow. Jun-Sheng Li (left) has been named chief operating officer while Len Eschweiler will serve as chief revenue officer.

San Francisco--The RealReal has announced the appointment of two executives to help drive its growth.

Jun-Sheng Li has been hired as chief operating officer and Len Eschweiler has been named chief revenue officer, effective immediately.

Both roles are newly created positions for The RealReal.

“As the company has grown, so has the demand for a level of management who have had instrumental roles in growing and shaping multi-billion dollar businesses,” The RealReal CEO and founder Julie Wainwright said.

In his role as COO, Li will apply new technologies and processes to best adapt the company’s e-commerce operations to keep up with the large number of items processed every day. He also will help develop the next level of The RealReal’s business, including opening new e-commerce centers.

Li bring 25 years of experience and knowledge to the luxury consignment website.

Prior to joining the company, he served as senior vice president of e-commerce supply chain at Walmart.

He also co-founded several businesses in the supply chain and logistics management sector earlier in his career, including Transplace Inc. and Adage SCM Technology and Services.

In Eschweiler’s role as CRO, he will oversee the entire sales organization, including The RealReal’s direct and white glove sales channels.

He brings 20 years of sales management, e-commerce, and executive leadership to the company, with a proven track record of leading global sales efforts in North America, Europe and Asia, The RealReal said.

Prior to joining the company, Eschweiler held senior sales leadership roles at Amazon and financial company Affirm.

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