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Alex Tosolini

Alex Tosolini

The Kroger Co., Cincinnati/USA, Senior Vice President of New Business Development

Responsibilities
Alex leads the process to identify, evaluate and develop new opportunities that capitalize on Kroger’s powerful assets and contribute to the company’s continued growth and financial performance.

Experience
Alex joined Kroger in 2014 in his current role. He has 24 years of experience as a global business executive for Procter & Gamble Co., includes serving as senior vice president of Global eBusiness and vice president of Global eCommerce. He held numerous leadership positions for P&G throughout his career, internationally and in the   U.S., and managed the development of innovative products and services in many lines of business.

Education
Alex earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration at Bocconi University in Milan. He also spent time at NYU as an exchange student.

Recognition
Alex is one of the Top Digital 50 Founding Members and a member of the Aspen Institute’s Italian Talents Abroad Community.  He sits on the board of Kroger Personal Finance, 84.51o and University of Cincinnati Health Strategy Committee. He is a certified trainer for the Speed of Trust with CoveyLink Institute and has trained over 700 managers around the world on this topic. Alex is a regular speaker at Universities and other external events.


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