Wolt enters the Croatian market
Finnish food delivery service Wolt has expanded to Zagreb. Croatia is the 13th country and Zagreb the 38th city in which Wolt runs its operations.
Finnish food delivery service Wolt has expanded to Croatia. Wolt is an app that one can use to order food from local restaurants to home or office. Croatia is the 13th country and Zagreb the 38th city in which Wolt runs its operations. Wolt's selection includes some of the most popular restaurants and pastry shops in Zagreb such as Cookie Factory, Bikers Food Bar, Pani, Curry Bowl, and Medvedgrad Brewery.
One of the greatest features of this new service is its extremely fast and high quality customer support which responds live to customers during and after they place their food orders. Wolt can be accessed and used over the Internet or via a smartphone on both iOS and Android platforms.
Wolt’s investors include people such as Skype co-founder Niklas Zennström, Supercell CEO Ilkka Paananen and Nokia Chairman Risto Siilasmaa, as well as EQT Ventures and Inventure. Apple selected Wolt as their Editors' Choice, Wired named the company one of the "Hottest Startups in Europe," Forbes included Wolt CEO Miki Kuusi on its 30-under-30 in Consumer Tech list, and the Nordic Startup Awards named Wolt the Company of the Year.