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Deliveroo CEO – Will Shu

Will Shu (William Shu) introduced the British online takeaway delivery firm Deliveroo with his childhood friend Greg Orlowski in 2012. This idea for starting up came to him from his experience of working late in the Wall Street, when ordering meals from local food outlets used to be a stress buster for him. Deliveroo CEO Will knew that his idea will work, but was not aware that it will grow so big. Today, Deliveroo has already made its presence felt in the UK, France, Germany, Hong Kong, UAE, Australia, and many other destinations. For more details such as age, net worth, and email address, simply scroll through this wiki.

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Will Shu Deliveroo CEO

Salary & Net Worth – Investors, Funding, & Valuation

His salary and net worth details to be presented soon.

Career & Education – Company, University, & College

The Co-Founder of Deliveroo, Will worked at SAC Capital as Summer Analyst from May 2011 to August 2011. Prior to that, he was at ESO Capital as VP from July 2007 to July 2010. Before he joined ESO Capital, he was at D.B. Zwirn & Co. (2006 to 2007), and Morgan Stanley (2002 to 2006) as an Associate. In July 2001, he went to Salomon Smith Barney as an Analyst and continued his job for slightly over a year.

Shu has done MBA from University of Pennsylvania – The Wharton School (2010 to 2012), and BA from Northwestern University.

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Contact Will Shu – Email Address | Twitter | LinkedIn

You can visit Will’s LinkedIn page: He can also be found on his Twitter handle @WillShu203. To contact over email try writing to [email protected] or [email protected].

Wiki Trivia on Will Shu – Age, Family, & More

A 1979 born, Will Shu (age 41) hails from Connecticut. He is an American businessman of Taiwanese descent. Starting a takeaway food delivery service was not his choice but necessity. He and his friend Greg Orlowski initiated Deliveroo in 2012. Shu invested his personal money in the business and took charge of everything, right from delivering. The idea of starting a service like this struck him after he left his Wall Street job to move base to London’s Canary Wharf. He remembered how ordering food from nearby eateries used to be a stress-reliever for him when he would have to work for long hours into the night on M&A deals. That thought triggered him to try something along this line with the upmarket restaurants in London.

Today, his company is around 2 billion USD worth, but he stills makes deliveries once in two weeks to understand the thought process of customers, restaurateurs, and riders.

It is said that when Shu moved his business from home to a co-working space, instead of hiring more desks, he would bring in his new employees through the backdoor of the building. When his owners came to know about that, he had to move the office somewhere else.

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3 comments on Deliveroo CEO – Will Shu

  1. BAD service… full of robots on live chat who don’t listen let alone resolve complaints!! Literally have missing items every single day as use it for grocery. Never get full refund and if I do its weeks

  2. Dear Jaqueline,
    I’m curious to know whether you received a reply. I’ve replied to an email, from customer services, asking the same question 5 times and have received the same reply from me every time! I cc’d Mr Shu in on my final reply, on the two email addresses I found for him!
    I hope that you received at least your money back.

  3. Dear Mr Shu, it is with regret that I write to inform you of the terrible service I have experienced with your company today.
    I placed an order which I did not receive, I called your helpline and spoke to a lady called Jo. I was placed on hold u til I finally gave and disconeccted the call.
    I called again thinking that, Jo, may have left notes on her system which another call centre person could help with, I was sadly mistaken, I was informed by a lady called, Rosal, that my order would not be coming, even though I had paid said order I would not be getting a refund.
    This is outrageous!!!!! Before I contact trading standards, please look into this.

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