Weezy raises $20mn series A round

On-demand supermarket Weezy has raised USD 20mn for its series A round, which was led by New York’s Left Lane Capital. Other participants were UK-based DN Capital and earlier investors Heartcore Capital and angel investors. A roster that included Chris Muhr, the founder of Groupon.

Funds will go towards expanding its grocery delivery service across London and the broader UK market. Specifically, it plans to open two fulfilment centres across London – approx. forty more UK sites are planned by the year’s end and an additional 50 new employees in the next four months.

About Weezy
Founded in 2020, the company uses its own employees to delivery groceries either on bicycles, or electric mopeds in less than fifteen minutes; sourcing goods from independent bakers, butchers, wholesalers and markets. It was founded by Kristof Van Beveren and Alec Dent.