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Fabricio Bloisi Appointed CEO of Prosus and Naspers

Fabricio Bloisi, founder and chief executive officer of Movile Group, poses for a photograph on a street in Amsterdam, Netherlands, on Thursday, August 29, 2019. Photographer: Yuriko Nakao/Bloomberg

Dutch technology investor Prosus and its South African parent group Naspers have appointed Fabricio Bloisi as their new CEO. This follows the abrupt resignation of Bob van Dijk in September 2023, who had served as chief executive of Naspers since 2014 and of Prosus since 2019.

Bloisi, currently the CEO of iFood, a food delivery company and Naspers portfolio company based in Latin America, will assume the role of group CEO on July 1st.

Prosus and Naspers Chair Koos Bekker remarked, “Backing exceptional entrepreneurs who improve people’s everyday lives through technology has brought us some success over the years. Fabricio is an entrepreneur with a proven track record. His appointment as CEO places innovation and entrepreneurship at the heart of the group.”

Bekker highlighted Bloisi’s achievements, noting, “Fabricio has established iFood as one of the most innovative food delivery companies in the world. He has a combination of vision, deep operational experience, and strong discipline. It is this skill set which the board believes makes him the right person to now lead us.”

He also acknowledged Ervin Ti, who served as interim CEO after Bob van Dijk’s resignation and has been appointed as president and chief investment officer. Bekker praised Ti’s leadership, stating, “Ervin has done an outstanding job as our interim CEO. He navigated a challenging external environment, refocused our teams, and brought energy and vigor to bear. As our new president and chief investment officer, he will play a fundamental role in shaping the group’s future strategy, investments, and capital allocation.”

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Bloisi expressed his honor at the opportunity to lead both companies during a dynamic period of innovation and change in the technology sector. He emphasized the importance of identifying new technologies, such as AI, that impact the world, particularly in emerging markets.

Before joining iFood in 2015 as chairman of the board and eventually CEO, Bloisi was president of Fundação 1Bi, a foundation promoting technology projects with social impact. He also served as founder and CEO of Movile, a mobile services company which became a leading shareholder in iFood with Prosus. Bloisi holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Universidade Estadual de Campinas, an MBA from Fundação Getulio Vargas, and executive program certifications from Stanford University Graduate School of Business and Harvard Business School.

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