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May 10th 2019

Business Breakfast Series: From Startup to FTSE 100: Leadership Lessons from Just Eat

Join us at our next London Business Breakfast, featuring guest speaker Adrian Blair (PPE, 1994), CEO of Receipt Bank and former Global Chief Operating Officer of Just Eat. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear the inside story on how the team at Just Eat took a small Danish startup to global leadership, with a focus on lessons learned that might help leaders elsewhere.

Scroll down for booking details and to find out more about our guest speaker.

Booking Information
Tickets for this event are £5. To reserve your ticket for ‘From Startup to FTSE 100: Leadership Lessons from Just Eat’, please fill out our online booking form below by 1 May 2019 at the latest. Please note that capacity for this event is limited, so please book early to avoid disappointment, providing details of any dietary or other requirements when you make your booking. The event will be held at RSA House in London, five minutes’ walk from Embankment and Charing Cross stations.

Dress code: Business Attire

If you find that this event has sold out and would like to be added to the waiting list or you would like to enquire about bringing a guest, please email development.office@st-hughs.ox.ac.uk.

About our guest speaker

Adrian is the CEO of Receipt Bank, a global leader in driving small business productivity using artificial intelligence. Until 2018 he spent 7 years as Global Chief Operating Officer of Just Eat, where he was the only executive team member to serve throughout the company’s transformation from startup to FTSE 100. Before this he led business development for Spotify in Europe and spent six years in commercial roles at Google in California and London. He is the Co-Founder and Chairman of Circl, a next-generation leadership development programme for students from deprived backgrounds. Adrian graduated in PPE from St Hugh’s in 1997, and from Harvard Business School with an MBA in 2004.

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