Bulb hires Amazon exec as it hits 1,000 employees
Posted on February 12, 2021 by Jonathan Symcox
B Corp energy supplier Bulb has hired an executive from Amazon and now has more than 1,000 employees.
New VP of experience Adam Koffler was director of worldwide customer service at Amazon, leading customer service experience across its global markets.
Before joining Amazon, he held a range of senior roles at FedEx, including leading customer experience for Northern Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Tech-driven renewable energy supplier Bulb’s team is now more than 1,000 across the UK, Spain, France and the US. It has hired more than 350 people remotely since March 2020.
Joe Richardson, UK General Manager at Bulb said: “At Bulb, we’re all focused on excellent customer experience, whether that’s by launching new products or providing great service. I’m delighted to welcome Adam to Bulb.
“He joins at an exciting time as we start the next phase of our growth, launching green products that will help people around the world save money and reduce their carbon emissions.”
Koffler said: “Bulb’s an exciting company changing the energy industry for the better through a relentless focus on innovation and brilliant experience for its members.
“I’m looking forward to joining and working with Bulb’s talented team to bring green energy to millions more people around the world.”
As Bulb targets 100 million customers around the world, it has recently added Paul Ablin as CFO, Lis Blair as chief marketing and growth officer, Lionel Guicherd-Callin as chief product officer and John Marshall as CTO.