OMAHA, Neb.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Proxibid (www.proxibid.com), the most trusted way to connect buyers and sellers of highly valued items, today announced that Tim Lancaster and Tom Lancaster have joined Proxibid as Sales Executives, focusing on the financial, energy, surplus, insurance salvage verticals. Tim Lancaster brings a wealth of experience in the financial and energy verticals, including oil and gas, while Tom Lancaster specializes in surplus assets and insurance salvage. Both gentlemen are based in Texas, but will focus on national sales in the aforementioned verticals.
“With the addition of our new buy now and make offer capabilities, Proxibid is focused on bringing quality inventory in new verticals into the Marketplace,” said Tom McSweeney, Senior Vice President of Sales for Proxibid. “We’re thrilled to welcome Tim Lancaster and Tom Lancaster to Proxibid, bringing with them industry knowledge in key growth areas for the company.”
Tim Lancaster and Tom Lancaster join Proxibid during a period of rapid growth. In 2015, Proxibid introduced new transaction methods and a partnership with eBay for its business and industrial categories. As those new features and partnerships have been implemented, the company has experienced a large volume of new inventory entering the Marketplace from highly specialized sellers.
Proxibid, which works with more than 3,300 sellers, recently announced record-setting results for March 2016 and strong growth in the first quarter, driven by new key partnerships as well as the variety of inventory and sales methods available in the Marketplace. The company provides auction companies and asset owners with strategic online selling solutions for maximum return on investment across all major asset categories. Proxibid’s robust technology solution powers every sale, which is backed by Proxibid’s sophisticated risk management system, which is designed to ensure buyers and sellers are safe when transacting online.
Proxibid provides auction companies and asset owners with access to the most trusted way to buy and sell highly valued items online. More than $4 billion in inventory passes through Proxibid’s Marketplace annually via live and timed auctions, and Buy Now and Make Offer capabilities, across 15 categories that include heavy equipment; industrial machinery; real estate; fine art; antiques and collectibles, and more.
Founded in 2001, Proxibid is headquartered in Omaha, NE with offices in South Sioux City, NE and London. For more information about Proxibid, please visit www.proxibid.com.