L.L. Bean to Lose Key Executive To Send.com

Share this content:
Thomas Harden, executive vice president of world-wide operations at L.L. Bean Co., Freeport, ME, has made public his intention to leave the company to accept a position as executive vice president and CEO for Internet start-up, Send.com Waltham, MA.


According to published reports, Send.com, a company capitalized at $10 million, will enter the premium retail and merchandising arena by coordinating a network of specialized local area stores for assembly and delivery of higher-priced gift products. The company's founder, Michael G. Lannon, said prices will range from $50 to $150.


Harden, 50, was formerly with The Limited Inc., Columbus, OH and Andersen Consulting, Chicago, before joining L.L. Bean.
Loading links....
close

Next Article in Multichannel Marketing

Sign up to our newsletters

Company of the Week

We recently were named B2B Magazine's Direct Marketing Agency of the Year, and with good reason: We make real, measureable, positive change happen for our clients. A full-service agency founded in 1974, Bader Rutter expertly helps you get the right message to the right audience at the right time through the right channels. As we engage our clients' audiences along their journey, direct marketing (email, direct mail, phone, SMS) and behavioral marketing (SEM, retargeting, contextual) channels deliver information relevant to the needs of each stage. We are experts at implementing and leveraging marketing technologies such as CRM and marketing automation in order to synchronize sales and marketing communications. Our team of architects and activators plan, execute, measure and adjust in real time to ensure the strategy is working as needed and change things if it's not.

Find out more here »

DMN's Career Center

Check out hundreds of exciting professional opportunities available on DMN's Career Center.  
Explore careers in digital marketing, sales, eCommerce, marketing communications, IT, data strategies, and much more. And don't forget to update your resume so employers can contact you privately about job opportunities.

>>Click Here