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Deepak Chopra

Deepak Chopra

President and CEO
Canada Post

Mr. Chopra is responsible for running Canada Post Corporation. This
$7-billion group is the single largest enabler of remote trade and commerce in the country through its postal network and subsidiaries Purolator, SCI Group and Innovapost.

He was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of Canada Post Corporation in February 2011. Under Mr. Chopra’s leadership, Canada Post has embarked on a journey of transformation to redefine its role in the new economy. In order to seize growth opportunities in fast-growing e-billing and e-commerce markets, he reorganized the postal business into two distinct business units: a Physical Delivery Network, which offers highly competitive mail and parcel delivery to every household; and a Digital Delivery Network, which is responsible for the epost electronic delivery solutions, online properties and consumer experience while supporting the Direct Marketing industry with location data analytics.

Mr. Chopra has more than 20 years of global experience as a postal industry executive. Most recently, he was President and Chief Executive Officer of Pitney Bowes Canada and Latin America. He previously held a number of increasingly senior executive roles with the $6-billion global mailing and communication technology company, including President of its new Asia Pacific and Middle East region.

Mr. Chopra is a passionate supporter of diversity of thought and aboriginal entrepreneurship.
In addition to serving on the boards of Canada Post Corporation and Purolator, he also serves on the boards of the Conference Board of Canada and the Canada Post Community Foundation, a charity devoted to children’s causes.

Mr. Chopra is a Fellow of the Institute of Certified General Accountants of Canada and has a bachelor’s degree in Commerce (Honours) and a master’s degree in Business Management.

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