Developer of adaptive real estate management software fu3e has named Andy Kean as Chief Revenue Officer.
Kean, a SaaS sales leader with a track record of consistently high performance and achieving ambitious growth targets, served most recently as director and Head of UK Sales for CoStar Group in a role which saw him responsible for driving revenue growth, client retention and service across the company’s business. He was also involved in restructuring, hiring and developing a competitive sales force, tasked with creating and implementing business development strategies to deliver sustainable growth.
Leading a large team of sales and account managers, product specialists and client relationship managers, Kean and his team achieved high double-digit revenue growth between 2018 and 2022, with Kean also assisting with the launch of Realla, an online marketplace for commercial listings now branded as LoopNet.co.uk.
The appointment follows a year in which fu3e secured £3.5 million in funding to support expansion and further develop its technology.
Gavin Gleave, CEO, says: “We are very pleased to welcome Andy on board. Andy is an experienced and passionate sales leader of high-achieving B2B sales teams with over a decade of selling online PropTech solutions. At a time when fu3e. is experiencing continued high growth, his role will be crucial.”
“Andy brings with him a strong track record within the industry and excellent knowledge and experience, which will be a huge asset to the company.”
Kean adds: “I am very excited to be joining fu3e. which has an enviable reputation within the real estate industry for innovation and is known for its expertise in both the private and public sectors.”
“I’m a firm believer in a consultative, client-focused approach to selling and fostering long-term business relationships and looking forward to working with such a fantastic team. I hope that my sales and leadership experience in the PropTech space will help to optimise the great team at fu3e. and accelerate our already impressive growth curve.”