Yocuda has strengthened its team with the appointment of Sarah Wilson as Head of Sales.



Yocuda, which offer retailers the power to identify and engage with 100% of in-store customers in real time, has strengthened its team with the appointment of Sarah Wilson as Head of Sales. Yocuda has enjoyed considerable growth in recent months, providing eReceipt solutions to many of the biggest retailers in the country and Wilson’s brief will be to further develop Yocuda’s growing portfolio of national and international clients.

Wilson brings with her a wealth of experience within the industry, having spent over 10 years in the prepay market working with brands including Morrison’s, Boots, Google, Amazon and Starbucks. The 39 year-old has experience in supporting companies with both existing voucher programmes as well as rolling out new ones. Wilson is also highly experienced in growing corporate and customer sales channels, giving her the perfect background to support Yocuda’s loyalty scheme offering and help the business revolutionise how retailers use data.

Wilson said: “I am excited to be joining a business at the cutting edge of the digital revolution in the retail industry. Yocuda has a unique proposition in their ability to help retailers gain visibility of their customers in store which has historically proved complex and expensive. It’s a fantastic opportunity to be working with such a ground breaking product that has the potential to revolutionise bricks and mortar businesses by giving them the ability and tools to use customer linked transaction data.”

Andrew Carroll, Founder and CEO of Yocuda: “Sarah’s experience, enthusiasm and industry knowledge will make her a key member of the team. Sarah’s appointment is a reflection of the momentum we are building in helping drive innovation within the retail industry. We’re very much looking forward to working with Sarah and bringing eReceipts solutions to more retailers at home and abroad.”

Sarah will be joining the Yocuda team at RBTE and will be available for appointments on the stand.

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