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Sukhinder Singh Cassidy      

President of StubHub; Founder & Chairman of Joyus

Sukhinder Singh Cassidy is a technology executive and entrepreneur. Currently the president of StubHub, she has worked at various tech and media companies including Google, Amazon and News Corp. In 2011, she founded JOYUS, the video shopping platform for women, and served as CEO then Chairman until 2017. Singh Cassidy is also Founder of theBoardlist.

Singh Cassidy started her career in investment banking at Merrill Lynch in New York. She moved to the Merrill Lynch London office 1994. She then worked as an analyst for British Sky Broadcasting.

In 1998, Singh Cassidy moved to Silicon Valley and joined ecommerce startup Junglee (company) as Head of Business Development. Junglee was acquired by Amazon in 1998. Following the acquisition, Singh Cassidy joined Amazon, where she led merchant business development for the first generation of Amazon marketplace. According to Bloomberg Business, she helped create "one of the company's first programs designed to deliver shoppers to merchants that carried what the buyers were looking for."

Singh Cassidy co-founded financial services platform Yodlee in 1999 with five engineering co-founders, including Schwark Satyavolu. and served as SVP of Sales and Business Development from 1999 to 2003. In 2014, Yodlee went public, trading under the ticker YODL.

In 2003, Singh Cassidy joined Google as the first General Manager for Google Local & Maps, and Head of Content Acquisition for Books, Library, Scholar, Shopping and Video. There she launched Google Local and Maps, with product manager Bret Taylor and a team of engineers. In 2004, she became head of Google's international operations in Asia Pacific (APAC) and Latin America (LATAM), becoming VP in 2005 and then President of APAC and LATAM in 2008. Singh-Cassidy is credited with building Google's presence across 103 countries in Asia Pacific and Latin America.

In 2009, Singh Cassidy left Google to become CEO-in-Residence at venture capital firm Accel Partners. Singh Cassidy was named CEO of Polyvore in 2010,.

Singh Cassidy founded JOYUS in January, 2011 in San Francisco, CA. launched to the public in August, 2011. Singh Cassidy raised $7.9 million in seed funding from Accel Partners, Harrison Metal, Joel Hyatt, Venky Harinarayan & Anand Rajaraman. In 2012, JOYUS raised a second round of funding totaling $11.5 million from Interwest and Time Warner, as well as existing investors. JOYUS was ranked one of the "Hot 100" e-retailing websites by Internet Retailer in 2012; and one of the "Top 25 Ecommerce Companies to Watch" by Brand Innovators in 2013. JOYUS was a winner of the 2013 Brightcove Innovation Awards and a winner of the 2013 L’Oreal Next Generation Digital Awards. JOYUS was featured by Apple as one of the best Lifestyle shopping apps for the 2014 holiday season.

In 2018, Cassidy was named the president of StubHub.


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