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Todd Dunlap

Board Member, Member of the Remuneration Committee

Education:  TD holds two Bachelor of Science degrees, one in aerospace engineering and the other in business administration. He has also completed graduate programs in Business and International Management from Stanford University and The Thunderbird School of Global Management.

Professional background: TD is the current CEO of the startup OfferUp, one of the Seattle region’s only tech startups valued at more than $1 billion. Prior to this role TD was the CEO of North America for Booking.com and as such was responsible for the overall growth of the company’s business in the United States and Canada. Prior to joining Booking.com in 2012, TD worked at Microsoft for 14 years, most recently in the role of Vice President & COO of Microsoft’s Consumer & Online Division. 

Other assignments: Guest lecturer and mentor to MBA students at the University of Washington’s Foster School of Business. 

Previous assignments: Prior to TD’s role as CEO of  Offer Up he was the CEO of North America for Booking.com, and he has also served as the Vice President and Managing Director of the Americas Region at Booking.com. President and general manager at Microsoft Licensing and former Board Advisor to Better Collective. Prior to Microsoft, TD led the Internet Business Unit at WRQ, a global software and consulting firm.  

Independent in relation to:

Shareholders: Yes

The company: Yes

Holdings in Better Collective, own and closely related:

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