Mall Networks, a provider of loyalty shopping solutions, has appointed Karen Cambray as chief financial officer (CFO). Cambray brings more than 20 years of executive finance experience in early-stage, emerging technology companies to Mall Networks, where she will be leading the company’s finance, legal and administrative functions.
Before joining Mall Networks, Cambray served as the CFO and vice president of operations at Zeemote, a venture-backed manufacturer of wireless controllers for mobile applications. At Zeemote she managed all financial, legal, administrative and operational activities for the company, including IT, logistics and manufacturing planning.
Prior to Zeemote, Cambray served as CFO of Groove Mobile, a venture-backed, mobile music company acquired by Livewire Mobile in 2008. At Groove Mobile, she was responsible for financial operations, human resource, legal and administrative functions, as well as overseeing the network operations and datacentre for Groove Mobile’s mobile music platform. In her role at Groove Mobile, Cambray was recognised for closing US$15.5m of equity financings, as well closing a US$6m venture debt financing.
Cambray previously held senior financial management positions at Be Free, a publicly traded internet marketing company; Internet Securities, a venture backed online information service provider; Millipore Corporation; and Arthur Andersen.
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