Ecrebo, the point of sale marketing specialist, whose clients include some of the UK’s largest retailers including M&S and Waitrose, continues its investment in new executive talent with the appointment of Hannah Lowry
as CFO. Lowry has more than ten years’ financial experience with multinational organisations in Europe and the Middle East.
Lowry previously served as Finance Director at Aimia, where she worked for the data and analytics business, responsible for strategic long-range planning, budgeting and forecasting, financial control, new product development and pricing and cost management. Prior to Aimia, she worked for GE Capital in Dubai, and Barclays in London. Lowry started her professional career with Ernst & Young, where she gained her accounting qualification.
As Ecrebo continues to expand both in the UK and internationally, Lowry will be instrumental in ensuring that the business is set up for success and has the correct systems and controls in place.
She will be responsible for all financial matters and will provide the financial experience required to support the rapid growth of the business. Lowry will be part of the senior leadership team, where she will help set and implement the strategic direction of the company.
Hannah Lowry, CFO, Ecrebo said: “I am very excited to join a business with such huge potential at this exciting stage of its journey. Ecrebo’s technology, passionate and accomplished team and recent investment, provides a strong platform for significant growth. Joining Ecrebo’s senior leadership team is a great opportunity and I’m looking forward to playing a part in the company’s success story.”
David Buckingham, CEO, Ecrebosaid: “We’re delighted that Hannah has joined us as CFO. Having worked with her previously, she’s a hugely talented and bright individual and the ideal candidate to take us through our next stage of rapid growth. With proven experience in driving business performance and robust financial management and control, we’re well positioned to meet our growth goals moving forward.”
Lowry holds a first-class degree in Management Sciences from the University of Southampton and is a Chartered Accountant and member of ICAS.