The ride-hailing company, Bolt, has announced the appointment of Ali Zaryab as Ghana’s Country Manager for Bolt Food.

Ali is a passionate and experienced professional with a knack for innovation. His great expertise and understanding of e-commerce are vital to the leadership of the operations of Bolt Food in Ghana.

“We’re thrilled to have a leader of Ali’s experience heading Bolt Food in Ghana. There is no doubt that he will lead the team and the service to the next level of growth in the market.

“With Ali as lead, we are confident that we will strengthen our commitment to offering our customers the best food delivery experience,” said Hillary Miller-Wise, Bolt Food Africa Regional Manager. 

Ali will be responsible for formulating and executing strategies that drive the expansion and growth of services across Ghana while spearheading Bolt Food’s operational excellence.

Before joining Bolt, Ali worked in Online marketplaces, Digital Agritech startups, Telecommunications and outsourcing industries. He gained diversified experience in various business functions like Operations, Strategy, Project Management and Product Development.

Commenting on his new appointment, Ali Zaryab said, “I am excited to join Bolt Ghana’s Bolt Food vertical, and I look forward to transforming the food delivery sector in Ghana through efficient and quality service delivery.”

“In the few months Bolt Food has been in operation, we are already offering customers a wide selection of restaurants and eateries at amazing deals and I cannot wait to see how Bolt Food will grow in its commitment to give value to customers and transform the food delivery sector in the country,” Zaryab added.

Ali has a strong management background, as he holds a Postgraduate degree in Marketing and Management from Middlesex University Business School, UK and is also a PMP and Prince 2 Certified Professional.

Bolt is the leading European mobility platform that’s focused on making urban travel more affordable, convenient, and responsible.

Bolt has more than 50 million customers in over 40 countries across Europe and Africa. Its services range from ride-hailing to micro-mobility with e-scooters and electric bikes to food and package delivery.