Working at Backcountry. com is Brandon Warburton’s dream job—it’s the chance to combine his passion for the outdoors along with his expertise in ecommerce, all while living in the mountains. Prior to touchdown in Park City, Brandon honed his enterprise and advertising skills at dissimilar businesses, including IAC, Ancestry. com, Citysearch, and the U. S.
Ski Team. His career at Backcountry began with a bang, as he arrived in the midst of the fourth quarter holiday frenzy of 2008 and had to hit the bottom running. The company has grown in the six years he’s been here, and he’s grateful to have been a part of the advancement. When Brandon’s not overseeing Backcountry’s advertising operations, he can be found skiing or mountain biking in the surrounding Wasatch Range or fly fishing in streams and rivers all around Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, and Montana. Skiing was his focus turning out to be up, and he honed his skills while racing at the Rowmark Ski Academy in Salt Lake City.
It wasn’t until he arrived at the University of Colorado, Boulder that cycling and fly fishing started to absorb more of his time, and both have offered years of enjoyment since. Most these days Brandon’s focus has shifted against his young family. He’s excited to introduce his two girls to the outdoors and spend time with them and his wife skiing, camping, fly fishing, and biking. Josh brings over 15 years of finance and accounting experience to Backcountry, having worked with a number of industry defining brands previously. He most these days spent 8 years constructing Under Armour’s finance feature, aiding drive the functionality attire, footwear, and add-ons company from $1B in revenue to $5B. Josh’s old role was as Vice President, Finance for Under Armour’s Global Go To Market functions where he led the monetary and strategic oversight for Marketing, Supply Chain, Product and Merchandising, Category Leadership, Licensing, Pricing, and Innovation.
Previously, he had full profit and loss obligation for Under Armour’s 4 geographic regions and 5 distribution channels, including a global e commerce enterprise identical in size to Backcountry. Prior to operating at Backcountry, Hillary spent 5 years at Rapha working the North American business out of its US headquarters in Portland, OR. Hillary started her career in NYC, cutting her teeth at an ad agency called Kirshenbaum and Bond that is healthier known for its award winning Snapple crusade. After a few stints at digital startups in the course of the dot com heyday, she spent 8 years as Director of Marketing at Equinox Fitness Clubs where she was a part of the core team that multiplied the enterprise from 8 destinations in NYC to over 50 destinations in 8 major markets. She left Equinox to join Cycling Sports Group, where, over her 4 year tenure, she was Global GM on the Schwinn and Mongoose enterprise, in addition to VP of Marketing at Cannondale.