Deliveroo has announced the appointment of Adam Bishop as vice president of strategic restaurant partnerships.
Bishop will have responsibility for leading the group’s global enterprise account management, global new business, Deliveroo signature platform and commercial partnerships divisions within Deliveroo.
In his new role, he will report to Eric French, Deliveroo’s chief marketplace officer.
Bishop joins from the international production and content financing and distribution division of the BBC. Over the past five years he was the senior vice president and chief commercial officer for EMEA markets for the media group.
Prior to the BBC, Bishop worked at Procter and Gamble for 13 years covering a range of senior commercial and management roles, including the cross-functional leadership of the Sainsbury’s, Waitrose and Tesco Household accounts.
A Deliveroo spokesperson said: “We are excited that Adam has joined Deliveroo as vice president of strategic restaurant partnerships. He brings a huge amount of valuable knowledge and experience to the business.
“Adam will lead our strategic restaurant partnerships globally and play a leading role to help Deliveroo improve and expand our restaurant proposition and develop strategic and long-lasting relationships with our partners.”