VP Operations, AskforTask in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Jonmichael Moy is a Toronto-based technology executive who has particular experience in scaling e-commerce businesses and marketplaces and bringing new digital products to market. With more than 20 years of experience and skills honed in management and operations, product and business development, and marketing, this seasoned Silicon Valley veteran has held senior-level roles in prominent digital businesses as eBay, PayPal, and Torstar Corporation.
During his six years at eBay and its PayPal subsidiary, Jonmichael Moy was instrumental in various strategic initiatives as he grew a $2B-plus consumer and merchant payment product portfolio as Head of Product at PayPal Canada. Moy’s leadership led to the launch of PayPal Canada (www.paypal.ca) and PayPal Payments Pro, the latter of which has become Canada’s fastest growing merchant services payment product, achieving triple digit revenue growth in its first three years.
Moy was also instrumental in leading the business turnaround of Torstar’s automotive digital portfolio, including Wheels.ca, Autocatch.com, Lead Driver, and LeaseBusters.com. His work drove double digit growth within two years. Among his other successes was securing the co-title sponsorship of the TADA Canadian International Autoshow with the Toronto Star and steering the relaunch of the flagship Wheels.ca website that lifted revenues by 12 percent on a 60 percent improvement in user engagement.
These previous accomplishments helped shape Moy’s approach to his current role -- helping drive sustainable growth of AskforTask, Canada’s largest and fastest growing on-demand home services platform. As Vice President of Operations, Moy brings his expertise in product strategy, busines partnerships, and operations management to help drive AskforTask’s growth trajectory.
Jonmichael Moy’s career started with Cap Gemini (formerly Ernst & Young) as a senior consultant after he earned his bachelor’s degree in industrial management and economics from Carnegie Mellon University. His passion for business and product development and strategy led him to starting several Internet ventures soon after. Moy’s first startup was a web application portal that he secured $200,000 in seed funding. He was responsible for overseeing the product roadmap and launched a partner developer alliance program for attract web developers to its platform.