Deliveroo joins the EUTA

The European Tech Alliance (EUTA) continues to grow and welcomes Deliveroo, the British leading company in the food and grocery delivery sector. 

Deliveroo was founded in 2013 by William Shu and Greg Orlowski and works with approximately 182,000 best-loved restaurants and grocery partners, as well as around 135,000 riders to provide the best food delivery experience in the world. Deliveroo operates across five European markets: Belgium, France, Italy, Ireland and the United Kingdom in addition to Hong Kong, Kuwait, Qatar, Singapore and United Arab Emirates.

The following can be attributed to EUTA’s Secretary General, Victoria de Posson 

We are delighted to extend a warm welcome to Deliveroo as the newest member of the European Tech Alliance.” 

“Together we will aim to address growth challenges faced by European tech companies, advocating for a political commitment to targeted and risk-based regulations.” 

The upcoming months will be critical to unleash the full potential of Europe’s tech companies and establish its leadership both domestically and globally.

The following can be attributed to Deliveroo’s Head of EU Public Affairs, Ronan Breen: 

“We are very pleased to join the leading network of European tech champions and we look forward to adding our voice to the European Tech Alliance’s calls for an ambitious tech policy that will enable the growth of Europe’s tech sector”.

About the European Tech Alliance 

EUTA represents leading European tech companies that provide innovative products and services to 500 million users. Our 28 EUTA member companies from 15 European countries are popular and have earned the trust of consumers. As companies born and bred in Europe, for whom the EU is a crucial market, we have a deep commitment to European citizens and values.

With the right conditions, our companies can strengthen Europe’s resilience and technological autonomy, protect and empower users online, and promote Europe’s values of transparency, rule of law and innovation to the rest of the world.

The EUTA calls for boosting Europe’s tech competitiveness by having an ambitious EU tech strategy to overcome growth obstacles, making a political commitment to clear, targeted and risk-based rules, and enforcing rules consistently to match the globalised market we are in.

For media inquiries, please contact:

Victoria de Posson, EUTA Secretary General
Phone: +32 476 25 08 16