Weezy announced getting funded with £1 million by Heartcore Capital and angel investors.

Denmark United Kingdom Investments 05 August 2020
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Weezy, a London, UK-based startup building a business based on fast develivery of groceries shopping, announced the completion of a £1 million ($1.3M) pre-seed capital investment round.

The funding was provided by the Danish venture firm Heartcore and a range of British angel investors, including Greg Marsh and Jon Rudoe.

Weezy, founded in 2019 by CEO Kristof Van Beveren and Alex Dent, is working for building an online supermarket business aiming to provide deliveries within 15 minutes.

The company is already active in a few London neeighborhoods (Fulham and Chelsea) and the product range includes fresh fruits, vegetables, bread and cupboard fillers, to over-the-counter medicines, cleaning products and alcoholic drinks. The service relies on own stock as well as on aggregating local shops' product and runs between 10am and 10pm every day, charging £2.95 for delivery.