Former contract catering big-hitters join up with Just Eat’s business arm

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Just Eat for Business has announced a new appointment in its UK commercial team with Matthew Fox as head of enterprise sales.

It has also partnered with James Greetham, founder and managing director of Sprung Collective as an industry consultant.

Mr Fox joins Just Eat for Business following multiple years of experience at BaxterStorey and Bartlett Mitchell and will head up the growing enterprise team.

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Mr Greetham, formerly of Compass Group’s Restaurant Associates and Bartlett Mitchell, will support the Enterprise team in a consultant role, helping to define the business’ future growth strategy in the Enterprise arena.

It comes as the company celebrates a number of large corporate client wins. Many large businesses in the financial, legal and technology sectors have already enshrined flexible working policies for their teams and are looking for flexible food solutions to fit.

Matt Ephgrave, managing director at Just Eat for Business, said the business is seeing huge growth in demand for delivered-in office catering and at-home employee perks, and Just Eat for Business is leading the way in providing experiences that teams really want and need.

“The pandemic shook up office catering as we knew it, and with it has brought a more flexible and logical model that we predict will remain relevant for years to come. With Fox and Greetham’s expertise, I’m looking forward to seeing more and more relationships develop with enterprise clients, providing more teams with the rewards and office culture they deserve.”

Over the past 18 months, Just Eat for Business has evolved its offering to cater for a remote and hybrid working model.

Most recently, the business launched Just Eat Pay, an employee benefit service for businesses across the UK, allowing companies of any size to provide employees with a daily or monthly allowance to order a meal at home or in the office.

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