Deliveroo appoints new chief business officer

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Deliveroo, the leading food delivery company, has announced the appointment of Carlo Mocci as the chief business officer for the UK and Ireland. Mocci will have responsibility for running the UK and Ireland markets. He will report directly to the CEO, Will Shu, and also sit on the executive team.

Mocci: running UK and Ireland
markets for Deliveroo

Mocci joins from Amazon where over the last seven years he led the Amazon Fresh and Prime Now businesses for Europe and Japan and the UK Health and Beauty business. He also established Pan-EU infrastructure, systems and operating processes in commercial and supply chain domains.

Prior to this, Mocci was at McKinsey for 13 years where he was a partner and a core leader of the Retail practice. 

This comes at an exciting time for Deliveroo. The company now works with 44,000 restaurants in the UK, after taking on 11,500 new restaurants in recent months and it will expand its rider network by 15,000.

Mocci will lead Deliveroo’s ambition to expand market share across the UK and Ireland. 

A Deliveroo spokesperson said: “This is an incredibly important role for our business. Carlo brings with him an enormous wealth of operating experience. He has the experience and mindset to help us achieve our goals of delivering a fantastic consumer value proposition to all different types of consumers, as well as continuing to develop new partnerships with restaurants large and small across the UK and Ireland.”