RetailMeNot appoints Google VP to board

Digital offer marketplace RetailMeNot appointed Tamar Yehoshua to its board of directors. Yehoshua is a VP at Google, where she leads the mobile search team and international strategy for all Google search products.

"Tamar's reputation as a leader within product development circles is second to none, and I look forward to her counsel and support as we continue to enhance the RetailMeNot user experience," said Cotter Cunningham, CEO and founder of RetailMeNot. "As RetailMeNot continues down the path of diversifying our business and growing into a leading multi-channel marketplace for retailers, restaurants and brands, I know that Tamar's guidance will provide value to our savings-minded consumers, retail partners and investors."

Yehoshua was also VP for advertising technology at A9, an Amazon company. Her other experience includes senior engineering leadership roles at Reasoning Inc., and Noosh Inc.

"I'm really excited to join Cotter and the board as we work together to ensure that every consumer looking to save money when they shop can do so with ease when using RetailMeNot," Yehoshua said. "RetailMeNot continues to be a source of innovation for smart shopping and one of the most effective marketing channels for retailers and brands looking to drive awareness along the various touch points on the consumer's path to purchase.

RetailMeNot is the largest digital offers marketplace and gives consumers access to hundreds of thousands of digital offers for retailers and brands. Press Release

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