Holley Appoints Chief Product Officer; Establishes Vertical Market Focus for Growth - Engine Builder Magazine

Holley Appoints Chief Product Officer; Establishes Vertical Market Focus for Growth

Holley Inc.–the Bowling Green, Kentucky-based consumer platform for automotive performance enthusiasts–is implementing a new organizational design to capitalize on growth opportunities across the company’s full brand and business portfolio. The strategic realignment establishes seven distinct market segments, with the goal of strengthening the company’s ability to serve the classic vehicle market while also expanding its focus on aftermarket solutions for newer model vehicles.

“We continue to take actions to strengthen our customer focus and maximize the value of our robust portfolio of aftermarket products and brands,” said Matthew Stevenson, President and Chief Executive Officer, Holley. “This new organizational design will deepen our connections with consumers in each segment, enhancing our ability to deliver the right mix of innovative products, services and aftermarket solutions that drive growth and meet emerging customer needs.”

Holley is establishing dedicated segment teams focused on building the go-to-market strategy for the following seven vertical markets: Classic Truck; Modern Truck; Classic Muscle; Modern Muscle; Euro & Tesla; Asian Import; and Off-Road & UTV. Each segment team will work closely with the company’s business units to develop a comprehensive portfolio of products for consumers in their respective segments.

As part of this new organization, Holley named Sean Crawford to the newly created role of chief product officer. In this position, Crawford will be responsible for overseeing Holley’s newly established vertical market segments, including providing leadership for product strategy, pricing, channel strategy and product data management.

To learn more about Holley’s strategic realignment and its new chief product officer, view the company’s full announcement here.

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