GOJA Announces Significant Growth, Hires Finance Veteran to Lead During Expansion

GOJA announced today that the company achieved double-digit year-over-year growth and that the business is on track to double each year on its path to reach $1B in revenue. Key to GOJA’s success during this rapid expansion is the addition of industry veteran Tony Patao as Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Patao is a seasoned executive with decades of experience leading global Fortune 100 companies through business transformation and growth in diverse industries and will help propel GOJA into its next phase of M&A expansion.

Patao is the latest to join GOJA as the company rapidly scales, strategically growing its team of Amazon experts by 40% from 2020 to 2021. This expansion of personnel positions GOJA to continue leading the market as an expert Amazon operator and aggregator with global operations in three regions: North America, South America and Asia. James Cline remains with the organization in a senior leadership role continuing to build on the successful foundation he built with the finance team.

“As we continue to rapidly expand our portfolio of brands, Tony brings the financial discipline and rigor we need to grow the business exponentially”

Walter Gonzalez, CEO and president of GOJA

“We’re already driving robust growth, year-over-year, and have plans to accelerate this pace. Tony’s experience executing successful M&As at Fortune 100 consumer packaged goods companies, paired with his visionary leadership and robust financial expertise, is a perfect match for the GOJA executive team and we’re excited to welcome him as CFO.”

“The Amazon aggregator space has seen an impressive surge over the past few years with companies in the industry raising billions of dollars in 2021 alone,” Patao said. “GOJA is well-positioned for impressive growth in the market, and I’m excited to join a team that has a proven track record as both an Amazon aggregator and operator.”

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