EBags adds executives

Online retailer eBags has named a new CFO and COO, completing a series of executive appointments since Mike Edwards took over as president and CEO in July.

Dan Hogan is the company's new CFO and COO. He will oversee finance, accounting, operations, fulfillment and customer service. Hogan hails from the Coleman Co., where he was CFO and COO, and previously worked in senior operations positions at Easton-Bell Sports and World Kitchen.

EBags has also added two individuals to its advisory board. Faisal Masud, exec-VP of global e-commerce at Staples and Magic Leap CFO Scott Henry will help eBags chart a growth path with their knowledge of retail technology and entrepreneurial and operation experience.

"We are excited to have Faisal and Scott join our Strategic Advisory Board. Both bring a wealth of entrepreneurial and operational experience as well as an understanding of what it takes to excel in the fast-paced technology environment," said Edwards. "Faisal and Scott have held senior leadership positions at some of the most progressive and disruptive global brands, including Staples, Amazon, eBay, Magic Leap and Beats by Dr. Dre."

In addition to the advisory board, eBags opened an Innovation Lab in September.

EBags also announced strong fourth quarter sales, particular in mobile. The privately held company does not report financial results, but said it reached a new company sales record in December, posting its highest sales day ever on Cyber Monday.

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