Grubhub founder Matt Maloney quits Just Eat


Delivery company Just Eat has announced Matt Maloney has decided to step down as a member of the company’s management board.

Effective from 1 December, Just Eat revealed Maloney has decided to pursue other opportunities.

As the founder of Grubhub, Maloney joined the delivery company’s management board following the completion of the acquisition of Grubhub on 15 June 2021.

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“Great entrepreneurs like Matt start businesses that touch the lives of millions of people,” Just Eat chief executive Jitse Groen said.

“He has built a magnificent company and helped create hundreds of thousands of jobs across the US. We are sorry to see him leave the company and wish him the best in his future endeavours.”

The news comes as on-demand grocery service Getir has appointed Mira Magecha as its new chief people officer.
Magecha joins the grocery delivery service from Just Eat, where she held senior positions which include HR director, people director of group and operations and most recently chief people officer.

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