Serve Robotics, the leading autonomous sidewalk delivery company, announced that Prahar Shah is joining the company as its Chief Revenue Officer. Prahar will lead Serve’s commercial efforts and oversee the new partnerships and new verticals team as the company expands its robotic delivery platform.
Prahar will lead Serve’s commercial efforts and oversee new partnerships and new verticals as the company expands
Shah is a seasoned entrepreneur and business development executive. As DoorDash’s first revenue leader, he built the business development, strategic partnerships, enterprise and new verticals functions during the company’s formative years. Prahar led DoorDash’s partnerships with major national chains, including Taco Bell and The Cheesecake Factory, and also led the company’s expansion into new verticals such as alcohol, grocery, and convenience delivery. He has been named to Nation’s Restaurant News’ Power List, as one the most influential power players in the food industry.
Prior to DoorDash, Prahar founded Mobee, a VC-backed retail data company that was successfully acquired by Wiser and continues to operate today. He earned an Honors in Business Administration from Ivey Business School at Western University and an MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
“We couldn’t be more excited to have Prahar join the Serve team to lead our ongoing partnership expansion. He has the depth of food technology and business development experience to help us expand our growing platform,” said Serve Robotics co-founder and CEO, Dr. Ali Kashani. “Prahar’s appointment will accelerate Serve’s path to commercial scale as we work to bring autonomous delivery to more cities and countries in the coming months.”
“Serve has demonstrated an impressive growth trajectory, becoming the market leader in autonomous delivery technology and commercial deployment of urban sidewalk robots,” said Prahar Shah. “The talent, product leadership, and immense partner interest in Serve reminds me of DoorDash’s earliest days. I’m thrilled to build on this considerable momentum to further scale the business.”