Snap, the parent company of messaging app Snapchat, has brought on two new executives from Amazon and The Huffington Post following the departure of its chief strategy officer.
The company hired Amazon's head of global advertising sales Jeremi Gorman to be its chief business officer, responsible for the company's "global business solutions, global online sales, customer operations, and business marketing," CEO Evan Spiegel said in an email to employees on Wednesday shared with Business Insider by a spokesperson.
And former The Huffington Post CEO Jared Grusd is joining as chief strategy officer, looking after "content, global strategy, partnerships, and corporate development."
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