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WhoCanFixMyCar Adds Two New Hires to its C-Suite

Date: Tuesday 16 April 2024

WhoCanFixMyCar has announced the appointment of two new hires to its Senior Leadership team in the roles of Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and Chief Financial Officer (CFO).

Amanda Webb, assuming the role of CFO, joins the company as a CIMA Qualified Finance Director with over 20 years’ experience across a diverse range of sectors including Renewable Energy Services, Telco, Professional Services, Software and Financial Services.

Her background covers PE, VC, JV, Owner Managed and Plc Businesses. Having held management positions in EMEA and UK focused roles, Webb’s success record in financial leadership and managing full life-cycle projects from design to completion will be leveraged to support the business’s plans for further growth.

In addition, Craig Livings joins the car maintenance marketplace as CTO and brings a wealth of experience in IT and Software Engineering, spanning almost 20 years. His recent career has seen him leading a team of over 120 people and being responsible for technology strategy, technical coaching and transformation.

Livings’ experience in managing large projects and supporting business transformations, as well as his skill in innovative problem solving, will be an asset to the company in ensuring its platform meets the needs of its customers, both drivers and garages, now and in the future.

As WhoCanFixMyCar looks to the future, the appointments of Webb and Livings come as the company aims to cement its foothold at the centre of the automotive repair ecosystem while remaining agile to the evolution of the wider automotive industry.

Kevern Thompson, CEO at WhoCanFixMyCar says, “We’re very pleased to have Amanda and Craig onboard at such an exciting time for the business. They are fantastic additions to our growing team, and I look forward to the new energy and expertise they will bring to WhoCanFixMyCar.

“With our planned projections for growth, and the innovative way in which we are going to challenge how software development has historically been launched as a Go-to-Market concept, it is essential that we embrace a solid and reliable leadership team and is an absolute necessity for our success. The additions to our team will be huge assets in our strategy for the short- and long- term future of WhoCanFixMyCar.” 

The new appointments are yet more positive markers for growth and change at WhoCanFixMyCar, following last month’s announcement of Kevern Thompson’s appointment as CEO. The automotive ecommerce business looks to not only leverage its new leadership energy to drive the business forward and achieve new heights over the next 12 months.