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About Terry Lobel


Senior Vice President Retail, Transport and Logistics, Atos

Since February 2020, Terry Lobel is in charge of Strategy, M&A, Portfolio, Pre-Sales, Consulting, Marketing, Alliances and Partnerships, as well as Innovation for Retail, Transport and Logistics at global level in Atos.

He joined Atos in 2006 as Head of non-IT consulting in Spain, then took the responsibility of the transaction-based division in Iberia in 2009. Later in 2013, this division was carved out into Worldline Iberia, that he led as CEO for 2 years. Terry has been a Member of Atos Executive Group since July 2014, as Global Head of Sales in Worldline between 2014 and 2017, then in Atos for Retail, CPG and Services.

Before Atos, Terry worked in France and Canada, then for Sun Microsystems in the UK and the US between 1994 to 1996, then joined strategy consulting firm McKinsey as a Manager in Paris and New York. He moved to Spain in 1999 and became a senior consultant in Arthur D. Little. In 2001, he joined Hewlett Packard Iberia as account service manager for large accounts, then became Director of Business Development for HP Iberia in 2003. He studied in Cambridge Board of Extra-Mural Studies (UK), is a graduate from EHESS in Paris, holds a B. Sc. in Biochemistry, a Master of General Management from IESE Business School, and a “Value for Executive Leaders” program certificate from INSEAD.

He is also a certified - ACTP - coach (ICF) and an associate professor of strategy at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid since 2010.




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Articles posted by Terry Lobel

Circular economy, economy of use: How to decarbonize retail

The explosion of online commerce, in the wake of the health crisis, poses new challenges for retailers. In the retail sector, optimizing operational efficiency should go jointly with implementing the responsible practices expected by a growing number of citizens. Between reducing the carbon footprint of deliveries and the rise of the circular economy, we explore the…