InXpress appoints four senior board members

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The parcel delivery company has welcomed several senior executives from Dell, Paypal and Etsy.

Thriving delivery franchise InXpress recently appointed four new senior executives to its board. Mark Taylor, global chief executive of the franchise, said, 

“We look forward to benefiting from the diverse skills and insights that Omar, Arnold, Jan and Brendan bring to help accelerate our growth, build strong relationships with our partners, and enhance our software platform.”

Here are the four new additions:

Omar Simmons, the executive chairman of one of the largest Planet Fitness franchises, and the managing director and co-founder of Exaltare Capital Partners. Simmons was a previous director at Windjammer Capital Investor, co-founded Reliant Equity Investors, and worked for leading private equity firms Summit Partners and McCown DeLeeuw.

Arnold Goldberg, the former senior vice president and senior product technologist at Paypal. Goldberg joined Paypal in 2013 and held senior product and tech positions. Goldberg has also worked closely with Box, LinkedIn, eBay, Hyperion Software, IBM and ABB.

Brendan Mulryan, the vice president of member services at Etsy. Previously, Mulryan was vice president of customer success at SaaS-focused startup Docurated. He has also held various different program management roles within Google.

Jan Uhrich, the former vice president of services for Dell. Uhrich built and developed Dell Global Support Services. Before her long stretch at Dell, Uhrich was a senior director in product development at Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Prior to this, she began her career at Apollo Computer.

Greater Manchester courier and delivery franchise InXpress was founded in 1999 by John Thompson. Ever since, the company has been supporting its customers. In 2006, InXpress entered the US market, and shortly after, expanded to Australia and New Zealand.

The company now has over 400 franchises and 30,000 employees, across 14 different countries. Not a small feat considering its humble beginnings. If you’d like to find out more about joining this rapidly-expanding franchise, visit its profile page. 

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