London-based GetGround is the only digital company formation and management platform for UK property investing in the world. Now, one of the first people Marco Grossi to launch mobile ads for Google in EMEA, has joined GetGround as VP Revenue.
Recently, Marco joins GetGround from Stocard (acquired by Klarna), a German digital wallet app used by 60 million people worldwide, where he was VP of Global Sales. Previously, Molly Levy joined the company to lead Product following senior product roles at Liberis and TrueAccord, with Mike Slovich, Google’s former Head of Data Strategy and Architecture, also joining the business to build out its data function.
Appoints Marco Grossi
Marco Grossi brings a wealth of experience at some of the world’s biggest tech brands, including Google and Facebook, to GetGround. With deep expertise in the processes required to help fast-growing tech businesses scale, Marco joins the business to drive sales and marketing at a crucial point in the company’s trajectory as it seeks to bring greater transparency and accessibility to the buy-to-let market.
Marco was one of the seed team that launched mobile advertising for Google in EMEA. Marco went on to be part of the founding team for Google Cloud, Google’s cloud computing service that today generates $20 billion in annual revenues. From Google, Marco became Head of SMB Advertising in EMEA for Facebook, creating not just customers but advocates among its community of millions of entrepreneurs.
Marco’s appointment is the latest in a number of recent senior appointments for the property startupGetGround employs over 60 people at its offices in London, Singapore and Hong Kong as well as two new tech hubs in Berlin and Lisbon.
Manages UK properties for customers
Founded in 2020, GetGround now manages $670 million of UK property on behalf of its customers. At its current run rate, the business is adding $1 billion of UK property to its platform a year. GetGround enables landlords and property investors, based anywhere in the world, to more effectively manage their UK residential investments: facilitating the creation, structuring and future management of buy-to-let companies online – in just 30 minutes.
Once incorporated, GetGround’s innovative subscription model takes care of all operations associated with managing a limited company for property investors: relieving landlords of the time-consuming administration that, until now, is associated with managing UK property investments.
On a mission to make assets more transparent, trustworthy and accessible, the company continues to launch a number of complementary services for property investors, such as access to GetGround’s panel of mortgage lender partners, with recent collaborations including Habito and Molo