Emerging Leaders in conversation with Tim MacKinnon, Managing Director & VP, eBay ANZ
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Tim MacKinnon is the Managing Director of eBay Australia & New Zealand. Tim joined eBay in 2011 working in the Sydney office across a variety of roles including Chief Marketing Officer and Senior Director, Verticals and Retailer Growth – leading both the seller and marketing teams in those six years. He was appointed MD in September 2017.
Tim is well-known to the Australian eBay seller community and is well-respected by them for his deep e-commerce insight and passion for growing Australian businesses.
Prior to joining eBay Tim worked in corporate strategy and market entry for Intuit - based in Mountain View, California. He has also worked as an advisor to the Australian Government on innovation and IT industry and as a Senior Associate in an Australian corporate law firm. He has an MBA from Oxford University and a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) from the University of Western Australia.
On weekends Tim follows his three children around and, if lucky, runs and surfs.