FORT WAYNE, Ind., Feb. 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Vera Bradley, Inc. (Nasdaq: VRA; “Vera Bradley” or the “Company”), a leading American lifestyle company, announced today that Tom Giacalone, VP, Digital for its Vera Bradley Brand, has been named to Signifyd’s list of the 2022 Most Influential in Ecommerce, a group of commerce leaders who in an exceptional way overcame the unique challenges of the past year and propelled their organizations to new heights.
The 30 awardees come from around the world and work in a broad range of verticals and roles. Each of them, including Giacalone, demonstrated creativity, perseverance, agility and brilliance in navigating the new era of ecommerce spurred by the challenges of an ongoing pandemic, changing consumer preferences and supply chain disruptions.
“Retail has always been the kind of dynamic industry that requires rapid thinking and decisive action. The last two years have exposed that as a tremendous understatement,” Signifyd CEO Raj Ramanand said in announcing the most recent award winners. “These 30 honorees have turned that challenge into an advantage by launching new initiatives and exhibiting new thinking that has transformed their businesses in ways that anticipate where their customers are headed next.”
Giacalone has been added to an exclusive list that includes 29 fellow honorees and a group of 30 recognized in 2021 as Signifyd’s inaugural group of the Most Influential in Ecommerce.
Since joining Vera Bradley in 2014, Giacalone has led the brand’s digital transformation, including the successful migration of Vera Bradley’s digital flagship to a new ecommerce platform, re-launching international ecommerce capabilities, and making countless other enhancements to improve the omnichannel customer experience. Giacalone served as an active member of Shop.org from 2003 to 2015 when he was named to the National Retail Federation Digital Council. In 2018, he was appointed by industry peers to serve […]
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