December 4, 2006, 12:00 AM

Bid4Assets hires ex-Overstock manager to lead its private sector expansion

Bid4Assets, an online auction marketplace for high-value personal property and real estate from the government and private sector, has hired Eileen Stout as vice president, strategic partners.

Kurt Peters

Executive Editor

Bid4Assets, an online auction marketplace for high-value personal property and real estate from the government and private sector, has hired Eileen Stout as vice president, strategic partners. She joins the company from Overstock.com Inc., where she was responsible for third-party service provider relationships, key business partners and major accounts in the Auctions division.

Prior to her work with Overstock Auctions, Stout was vice president of sales for Infopia, provider of multi-channel online selling technology and systems.

At Bid4Assets, where shoppers can bid on jewelry, luxury cars and other high-value items, she will spearhead the company’s private sector expansion including major account management, partnership programs and business development.

“There is tremendous growth potential for Bid4Assets’ specialized, high-value marketplace,” says Bid4Assets president & CEO Jeff Weingrad. “Eileen’s proven track record of delivering results, extensive sales and marketing experience and industry relationships make her the perfect fit for Bid4Assets as we continue to respond to the growing market demands for our niche auction platform.”

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