Anthony Low is the former Vice-President in Regional Management at NESTLE S.A. Group Worldwide HQ in Switzerland
Anthony held various leadership positions in Supply Chain, Sales & Marketing Management, Production, Marketing Communication, Corporate Affairs, Commercial Operations and General Management. Prior to his retirement, Anthony was Vice-President of Regional Management, covering Asia, Oceania, Africa & the Middle East, at NESTLE S.A. Group Worldwide HQ in Switzerland. There he was responsible for the creation of Nestle CFW’s newly automated high-rise warehouse in Shah Alam – a ground-breaking innovation that resulted in a significant reduction of overall supply chain costs in Malaysia.
Anthony was also a key pioneer in the commercial operation start-up, acceleration & rapid growth of Nestle in the Greater China Region where he successfully developed several new products catered to Chinese consumers in Mainland China, like the Nestle ‘Crispy Shark’ Chocolate Wafer, which is to-date the strong leading brand in the category in China. During his tenure in Nestle, Anthony was also frequently invited as a speaker at the Nestle Rive-Reine International Training Centre in La Tour-de-Peilz, Switzerland with Nestle Senior Executives from the Centre and Markets Worldwide.
In 2022, Anthony took on the distinguished role of an Independent, Non-Executive Director on the Board of TIME dotCom Bhd. In the following year, Anthony assumed the esteemed mantle of 'Adjunct Professor' within the Faculty of Business at UNITAR International University. UNITAR, known as The United Nations Institute for Training and Research, stands as a cornerstone of global education, serving as the premier training entity under the aegis of The United Nations, operating seamlessly across diverse regions worldwide. This dual recognition solidifies Anthony's commitment to both the corporate and academic realms, embodying a holistic engagement with professional and educational spheres.
Anthony loves to share his over 35 years of corporate experiences from perspectives gained in Asia, Oceania, Africa & Middle East Regions. His in-depth corporate experiences provide invaluable understanding and insights in navigating the realities of commercial opportunities. Anthony holds a Degree (Honours) in Economics from University of Malaya, as well as a Masters Degree in Management from the Cranfield Institute of Management in England.