E-RETAIL & FASHION WEBINAR
Moving Forward in Retail & Fashion: Sourcing Strategies in Retail Supply Chains
Which sourcing lessons were learned last year? Throughout the pandemic, did your supply chain successfully balance risk, flexibility, and cost? Many retailers are now starting to diversify sourcing country strategies, implementing nearshoring and sourcing from new developing markets and moving towards an integrated value chain. Have you identified an over-dependence on certain regions? Are you starting to re-evaluate your international sourcing mix?
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As the Vice President of International Transportation, Dennis is responsible for all ocean, air and logistics activities for shipments to PVH North America.
Dennis has been based in Bridgewater NJ since joining PVH in May, 2008. Prior to joining PVH, Dennis worked in various operational and management roles over an eight year period with Maersk Logistics. He has been married to his wife, Johanna, since 2005 and they have an 9 year old daughter, Emma.
President of the DPDHL eRetail & Fashion Sector, Mirella is responsible for developing and managing key customer relationships, leading a global team that serves the company’s top customers in online marketplaces, fashion and luxury. As part of DHL Customer Solutions & Innovation (CSI), her team simplifies the customer experience by providing a single point of contact to all DHL business divisions.
Recognizing the potential for e-commerce to rapidly change business behaviors, Mirella has for many years helped to build DPDHL’s e-commerce capabilities. Prior to her current role, Mirella was Vice President of DPDHL Global E-commerce and was driving the development of the DPDHL e-commerce sector.
Mirella has held a number of other senior leadership positions in sales, people management, and virtual team management, and has lived and worked around the world.
Terence has been with DHL for eight years and currently heads up Business Development in the Americas for the DHL International Supply Chain product. He has held various leadership positions within the DHL organization during that time, having been based both in North America as well as in Asia Pacific.
Terence holds an undergraduate degree in Economics from Loyola University Maryland and an MBA from the University of Notre Dame.