The online supermarket VC uses Watt 3 Word Tech – a retail technology innovation center

UK-based grocery supplier Weiss has teamed up with Wat3 to make locations easier to find.

Street addresses do not always guide delivery drivers to the correct gateway and some zip codes cover large areas. VC’s new partnership eliminates the need for phone calls asking for additional instructions.

what3words The world is divided into 3 m squares and each has a unique what3words address – made up of three dictionary words.

Throw co-founder and CEO Christophe van Beveren says: “It’s a facility without compromise.”

“It’s hard to find a house, a lucosate for a tired rover, a broom for a mom on a bench, or even a dog treats that puppy in green – you add your what3words address in the update and sit down while you wait for your delivery.”

Earlier this year, Weissy raised $ 20 million from Series A funds to expand his service across London and the UK.

It works with local bakers and butchers and stores over 2,000 products of fruit and vegetables from local markets at retail prices.

This range includes alcoholic beverages, milk, snacks, party games such as Twister and pharmacy products for emergencies.

Following its first year in London and launching in Bristol and Brighton last month, the initiative has recently expanded in the Manchester area.

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Sophia Harrison

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I'm Sophia Harrison working as a part-time staff at the Costco since the past year until I become as an author at the iron blade, hope I can use my experiences with the supermarkets here.

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