ShipWorks announced today they have hired respected St. Louis executive, Dominic Lozano as the company’s new General Manager.
In his role as GM, Lozano will lead the execution of ShipWorks growth strategy, building out the organization to support it while overseeing all operations.
“Fifteen years ago, ShipWorks invented eCommerce shipping, and the company keeps trailblazing its way through innovation, technical expertise, and endless support for large e-commerce merchants.
It’s longstanding leadership position, forward thinking direction, and talented people were three of the many reasons I wanted to join ShipWorks.
As a native of St. Louis who is partial to start-ups, I’ve watched ShipWorks build its brand, customer base, and app over many years. I feel very fortunate to be joining and leading a local success story with tremendous growth opportunities ahead.”
Dominic Lozano, General Manager at ShipWorks
Prior to ShipWorks, Lozano was Senior Vice President of Network & Infrastructure at St. Louis-based Contegix, a leading cloud application services provider.
At Contegix, Lozano was responsible for strategically analyzing all aspects of the business for opportunities that aided in product, process, and organizational growth for the company, which has nearly 270 employees and annual revenues in excess of $60 million.
During his stint at Contegix, Lozano was named to the 2018 St. Louis Business Journal’s 40 Under 40, the publication’s popular list of local movers and shakers under the age of 40.
This year, there were more than 500 nominees seeking a selection. Before Contegix, Lozano was Director of Operations at Nimbus EMR, a St. Louis start-up that develops innovative long-term-care EMR software.
The Lozano family’s success in business is well known in the St. Louis community. Father, Bob Lozano, co-founded several companies including Paylinx, a payment processing software company, and brother, Gabe, is co-founder and CEO of LockerDome, a native ad and publishing platform that powers content for thousands of brands and media companies.
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