Verimark Holdings: Bryan Groome
Bryan Groome has been the Financial Director of Verimark Holdings since 8 August 2016.
Bryan Groome was appointed Financial Director of Verimark in March 2016 and as an Executive Director since March 2016. He completed his articles at Deloitte in Durban. He worked in San Jose, USA, on contract with Deloitte as an audit senior. He then worked as the Group Financial Manager for Car City Holdings, the holding company of Car Service City, Automate and Motorlube. He joined Verimark Holdings in 2016. He has a Post Graduate Diploma in Accounting from the University of KwaZulu-Natal.
2016 – Present Finance Director, Verimark Holdings Ltd
2016 – 2016 Financial Manager, Verimark Holdings Ltd
2013 – 2015 Group Financial Manager, Car Service City
2012 – 2013 Audit Senior, Deloitte, San Jose
2010 – 2012 Audit Senior, Deloitte, South Africa
2009 – 2009 Post Graduate Diploma, Accounting, University of KZN
2006 – 2008 B.Com, Accounting, University of KZN
2001 – 2005 Highschool, Scottburgh
About Verimark Holdings Ltd: Verimark Holdings Limited is a seller and distributor of direct response television products (DRTV). The company is a television advertiser in the DRTV industry. Its products are categorised as Cookware and kitchenware, which includes Bauer, Bastille, Twista and Shogun; Home cleaning, which includes Genesis, Floorwiz and Microwiz; Health and fitness, which includes Maxxus, Orbitrek and V-ssage; DIY and automotive, which includes Diamond Guard, Prolong, Durablade and Pool Gobbler; Educational and Fun Toys, which includes i-Play, and Beauty, which includes Perfect Curl, Pink Armor and Genie Bra. Its educational toys include i-Play Bilingual Laptop, I-Play Trilingual Educational Laptop White and I-Play Trilingual Educational Laptop Pink. Its game station toys include i-Play Portable Game Station, i-Play Game Pro, i-Play Drone and i-Play Micro Arcade Machine. The Company has approximately 80 As Seen on TV Verimark stores. The Company operates in South Africa.
Verimark reported a revenue of R439.118 million in 2017 with 1 347 employees.