At Adevinta, we believe everything and everyone has a purpose in life. Our selection of digital brands unlock the full value in every person, place and thing by creating perfect matches on the world’s most trusted marketplaces.
With trusted brands that enjoy leading market positions, Adevinta operates a resilient business model at the centre of the second-hand economy at the time when consumers are seeking more sustainable and cost-efficient ways to buying products.
Sustainability is in our DNA, and we are recognised as a global sustainability leader by DJSI Europe. By providing marketplaces where people buy and sell second-hand goods, we contribute to the circular economy and help people live more sustainably.
At Adevinta we'll stay ahead of the curve by using innovation, curiosity and technology to develop products that help everyone and everything find new purpose.
We're all about matchmaking, and we take the same approach to hiring. But it's not just about finding the right skills for the job. It's also about making sure the role and the culture are the right match too.
We care about gaining and keeping the trust of our users, customers and stakeholders by acting responsibly, promoting sustainability and protecting the environment.
We invest in companies with tangible traction, a potential to scale beyond their domestic market, and who we can support with more than just financial resource.
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Mark Solomons has served as Vice President, Corporate and Business Development at eBay since February 2016. In this role, he oversees eBay’s acquisitions, investments, acquisition integration, and various business development activities.
Prior to joining eBay, Mark spent 19 years as an investment banker at Morgan Stanley and J.P. Morgan. Mark’s most recent role at Morgan Stanley was Head of West Coast Technology M&A, based in Menlo Park, California. Prior to his investment banking career, Mr. Solomons worked for Deloitte in various positions for three years.
Mark has a Bachelor of Commerce in Economics from the University of Melbourne (Australia) and was admitted as a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia. He also served in the Australian Army Reserve.