Groupon makes two senior hires

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Online-deals company Groupon on Wednesday announced the hiring of two senior executives for international operations and technology.

Tamer Tamar will be senior vice president of international operations and Sri Subramaniam will be vice president of engineering for Smart Deals.

“We’re thrilled to have Tamer and Sri join Groupon and bring their incredible talent to our expanding bench of senior executives,” CEO Eric Lefkofsky said in a news release.

“Tamer and Sri will accelerate Groupon’s plans to grow our international operations and deliver more and more relevant deals to our customers throughout the world.”

Tamar comes from Orbitz where he was a senior vice president of international operations. He’ll be based in London.

Subramaniam comes from WalmartLabs, where he was responsible for search, marketplace and item infrastructure. He’ll be based in Palo Alto.

h/t Chicago Business Journal

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