Two C-level Hires for Domain

November 2, 2021
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Australian property marketplace Domain has revealed details of two new key appointments.

Nathan Brumby is set to join the Executive Leadership Team in early 2022 as Chief Product Officer.

He joins the Nine Entertainment-owned real estate company from U.S. recruitment technology company Monster Worldwide, Inc., where he was Chief Transformation Officer. At Domain he will contribute to delivery of Marketplace Strategy, and look after property app.

Brumby said: “I’m excited to be moving back home to Australia and joining a strong team who continue to inspire confidence for all of life’s property decisions.”

Jason Pellegrino, Domain’s Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, said: “We are looking forward to having Nathan on board to lead the next generation of Domain’s product suite to the market. Nathan’s extensive global experiences in technology-centric marketplace businesses and rapidly scaling consumer, SaaS and data businesses makes him well-poised to have a big impact at Domain.”

Domain has also appointed a new Chief Marketing Officer.

Rebecca Darley will join the company in February 2022 with responsibilities for marketing, creative, digital, content, publishing, communications and public relations. She will join the company from CommSec where she is responsible for Business Strategy and Marketing. She is thrilled to be joining Domain at a time of significant digital innovation and growth.

Darley said: “Harnessing data, innovation and some of the most exceptional talent in the industry to deliver value for the 9.6 million Australians that rely on Domain to inspire confidence for all of life’s property decisions creates new and exciting opportunities to take Domain’s presence in the market to the next level.”

Pellegrino noted that the re-introduction of the CMO role at Domain comes from recognition of the role that marketing plays in driving growth.

He added: “The role of Chief Marketing Officer reflects the strategic importance and growth potential of our unique offerings.”

ASX-listed Domain reported a 9.7% increase in revenues for the year ending June 30, 2021, to AU$289.6 million (US$ 216.3 million).

November 2, 2021
Andrew is an experienced media and content professional, with extensive publishing experiences throughout Southeast Asia and in the United Kingdom. He has worked on the editorial and content operations for property portals including PropertyGuru and Juwai. He was also the Publishing Director for the Thai language edition of BusinessWeek magazine.

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