VP Global E-commerce, DHL
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Nabil Malouli is a global multi-disciplinary Innovation leader combining Corporate Executive experience, Startup Advisor & Investor, Consultant & Speaker. He is VP, Global E-commerce for DHL where he leads the innovation, strategy and product development of its e-commerce solutions.
Nabil was formerly VP, DHL Customer Solutions & Innovation where he oversaw the development of innovative solutions to support Fortune 500 companies doing business globally. Jointly with his team, he managed relationships with these companies to develop high growth initiative related to E-commerce, digitalization, big data, drones, autonomous vehicles, automation & robotics.
Nabil is specialized in the field of Innovation, Entrepreneurship, E-commerce & Logistics. Prior to his current position, he served as Director of Latin America & Asia Pacific overseeing teams across the regions and around the world, developing customer commercial strategies to grow their business in the region.
Nabil is passionate about innovation, e-commerce, supply chains, customer centricity and entrepreneurship and a regular speaker on the conference circuit. His conferences are entertaining, interactive & engaging. He focuses on sharing real-life business cases & experiences through his decade of work with companies across the globe.
He also serves as an advisor to high growth start-ups, accelerators, NGOs and Universities.
He holds a Master’s degree in International Trade from the International Business School of Montpellier in France. Nabil received multiple awards through his careers and was DHL employee of the year 2014, Leader of the Best Team award in 2017 & received customer’s awards such as Delphi Pinnacle Award in 2016.
Truly international background, Nabil was born in France and has worked in various countries, including China, Brazil, England, France, Mexico, and the United States. He is very active also in social activities across the region.
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