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Nitin Kumar


New York, NY

Member Since November 2022


Business Strategy
Start-Up CEO


A 25-year tech veteran, transformative CEO, and ex-Management Consulting Partner focused on the TMT sectors. Exceptional serial entrepreneurial/intrapreneurial track record incubating/scaling new businesses inside HP, Deloitte, FTI, and 4 start-ups. Nitin has led hyper-scale organizations ($multi-billion P/L) and start-ups with international experience across all major markets (six continents). In 2020, Nitin was recognized by CEO Today magazine as the "Master of the Pivot", CIO Bulletin as "Top 10 CEOs to Watch" and CEO World as “Most Influential Exec”. He is currently the co-founder of zblocks ( a SaaS-based, low-code, no-code platform bringing Blockchain to enterprises)and co-founder at Mergeflo (a new-age M&A integration management software in a SaaS model).

Published content

Fashion Brands And The Phygital Business Model


In recent years, the concept of a "phygital" business model has emerged as a new approach to bridging the gap between physical and digital fashion.

Web3 Product Passports: The Regulatory Use Case


Product information is rapidly turning digital and Web3 seeks to assist in this transition.

14 Ways E-Commerce Brands Can Better Serve Their Customers

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E-commerce businesses are a dime a dozen, but those that provide standout customer service are the ones that will ultimately thrive. In the competitive world of e-commerce, providing exceptional customer service is crucial for building a loyal customer base and staying ahead of the competition. However, with so many brands vying for attention, it can be challenging to stand out and provide a consistently positive customer experience. Below, a panel of 14 Newsweek Expert Forum members shared essential tips for e-commerce brands to better serve their customers. By implementing these tips, e-commerce brands can enhance customer satisfaction and loyalty, ultimately leading to increased sales and business growth.

15 Ways Businesses Can Keep Up With Trends in the Tech World

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Success in any industry, including technology, often depends on how well a company can keep up with the latest news and trends in its field. In today's rapidly evolving tech landscape, it's essential for organizations to stay up-to-date with the latest industry changes to remain competitive and relevant. Failure to keep pace with the latest trends and innovations can result in missed opportunities, loss of market share and ultimately, business failure. To stay ahead of the curve, organizations need to continuously educate themselves on the latest technological developments, anticipate emerging trends and be ready to adapt their business models accordingly. To help you do this, 15 Newsweek Expert Forum members shared some of the best ways for organizations to stay informed about industry changes in tech and explained why doing so is crucial for their long-term success.

6 Web3 Enabled Business Models for Digital Fashion


Web3 is not changing the world yet, but it is changing many industries like digital fashion by using blockchain and NFTs.

Eight Strategies for Effectively Keeping Stakeholders Informed

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Ensuring stakeholders on all sides are regularly supplied with information is key for building and sustaining lasting relationships. A business is nothing without its stakeholders. Because stakeholders potentially encompass everyone from investors to employees, customers, volunteers and interns, entrepreneurs have the extraordinary task of determining how to best serve all of the stakeholders contributing to their business’s operations simultaneously. This is where clear communication can make a real difference. Only by establishing communication processes and procedures that cater to prioritizing and sharing information on all sides will a business be able to gain and retain the support and engagement of their stakeholders.  To help entrepreneurs establish communication systems that keep stakeholders in the loop, eight Newsweek Expert Forum members share strategies they’ve found effective.

Company details


Company bio

zblocks Inc. enhances the dPlat (created by zbyte). zblocks has created modules on the dPlat to allow Fortune 5000 companies to integrate existing enterprise Web 2.0 ecosystems into Web 3.0. zblocks enables enterprises to easily build and deploy dApps and digital assets with the security, immutability, transparency, and privacy offered by blockchain with predictable transaction costs and no cryptocurrency on their balance sheet. zblocks' customizable hybrid blockchain infrastructure leverages all the benefits of a permissionless blockchain while providing the privacy and price predictability of a permissioned one to enterprises at a fraction of the cost.



Area of focus

Enterprise Software

Company size

51 - 200