It goes without saying that depending on the circumstances, some companies perform better than others. For example, the video conferencing platform Zoom grew exponentially since the lockdown commenced and people started working from home. Similarly, food delivery is another segment where companies did well. One of the well-known names in this segment is the Finnish food delivery company Wolt, which has now secured €7.5M from serial entrepreneur Lukasz Gadowski.
Delivery Hero co-founder invests in Wolt
With the latest investment of €7.5M from the Delivery Hero co-founder, Wolt has now raised €267 million in total, till date. Led by co-founder and CEO Miki Kuusi, Wolt employs over 1500 people currently. Existing investors in the unicorn include ICONIQ Capital, Highland Europe, 83North, EQT Ventures, Inventure, Lifeline Ventures, Goldman Sachs Growth Equity, Supercell founder & CEO Ilkka Paananen, and Nokia chairman Risto Siilasmaa, among others.