KeyMe, the rapidly growing consumer technology company that is disrupting the $12 billion per year access services industry has announced the promotion of Brad Weinshenker to chief manufacturing & supply chain officer.
Brad has held leadership roles at several high-profile consumer hardware technology companies, including Outerwall where he scaled RedBox kiosks to tens of thousands of locations across the U.S., fundamentally changing movie-rental consumer behavior for over 100 million customers.
As chief manufacturing and supply chain officer, Brad will lead hardware innovation, manufacturing scalability, and supply chain as KeyMe grows its service to over 10,000 locations in major retailers across the country.
“Brad has a deep background successfully innovating retail hardware experiences to delight customers and change consumer behavior in highly analogous offline service industries,” said Greg Marsh, KeyMe’s CEO. “His demonstrated leadership and ability to scale complex technical systems will be instrumental as KeyMe rapidly expands to become the nation’s leading access services company.”
“KeyMe has developed incredible robotics technology to truly improve how people access locksmith services,” said Weinshenker. “I’m so excited to help scale our services to reach tens of millions of customers with unrivaled features, quality, and convenience.”
Brad Weinshenker is part of an executive team at KeyMe, which includes recent additions Jill Morgenweck as chief operating officer, Aly Valli as VP of product and Mark O’Neil as chief technology officer, all NYC tech veterans.
This announcement comes on the heels of KeyMe’s $50m financing from BlackRock to fund its rapid growth as the company becomes the leading access solutions company in the nation.