Toronto-based group buying startup Dealfind today announced that Jason Redman has joined the company as Chief Financial Officer. With “deep experience” in financial management, mergers and acquisitions, strategic operations, and risk management, Redman will “direct the company’s overall financial posture as it pursues an aggressive growth strategy.”
Redman comes to the Dealfind executive team from SiriusXM Canada where he served as CFO during the company’s $550 million merger with XM Canada. Prior to his work at SiriusXM, Redman served for four years as SVP Finance and CFO of Look Communications.
Jason brings a wide range of financial expertise to the table and we are thrilled to welcome him to our team,” said Gary Lipovetsky, Dealfind Co-Founder and President. “His experience in managing rapid expansion is especially important for Dealfind, as we continue to build momentum along a steep growth trajectory that began early last year.”
Dealfind recently launched a mobile app and a new Everyday Deal feature. Over the past year, Dealfind has expanded its staff by 80% and now employs close to 400 people. Dealfind says that its deals are now available in 41 U.S. markets and 30 markets in Canada. Since 2010, close to 1.8 million vouchers have been purchased through Dealfind, saving subscribers more than $420 million with discounts on a wide variety of products and services.