Deliv.lv delivers groceries and household goods to B2C customers in the entire territory of Latvia.
As part of their journey on BlockStart’s Acceleration Programme, as an SME adopter, they were looking for new opportunities for collaboration with technology providers of DLT/blockchain solutions that could improve their business. This is the testimonial of their experience in our programme.
In one paragraph, what is Deliv.lv?
We provide delivery services for groceries and household items in Latvia.
What is Deliv.lv passionate about achieving?
We want to provide the best prices and a great customer experience in combination with same-day delivery.
Can you tell us why you have decided to apply to BlockStart’s Call for end-user SMEs?
Founders of Kedeon approached us with the offer and right away it was clear that this is a great opportunity to test out a solution that would help our business and provide useful data insights. We also see this solution as a good marketing tool for b2c sales.
What major challenges have you faced during the implementation/testing of BlockStart’s blockchain-based solution?
The solution has a lot of moving parts – dashboard, software, hardware, mobile app. There is still some work needed in order to improve the workflow of the whole solution and we need to figure out how to market the blockchain features to our end customers.
What kind of impact do you think the blockchain-based solution you have implemented in the scope of BlockStart may bring to your company?
The transparency aspect is important to increase customer trust in our services.
Where do you see your company in 5 years?
Being the best b2c delivery service provider in Latvia.
Want to know more about the blockchain-based solution adopted by Deliv.lv?
Visit Kedeon‘s webpage or watch the video below to learn more about the “last-mile delivery” solution implemented by Deliv.lv in the scope of BlokStart’s 1st Acceleration Programme.
Applications for SME adopters are now open until 11 March 2021
The 2nd cut-off of the 2nd Open Call for SME adopters is now open until 11 March at 5pm CET (Brussels Time). If you are an SME operating in the fields of fintech, ICT and retail and willing to implement DLT/blockchain pilot solutions together with DLT/blockchain startups, that have gone through the BlockStart Acceleration Programme, you can still apply for this 2nd cut-off.
Don’t miss this change and benefit from up to €3,000 equity-free grants for participating in the Pilot stage of our 2nd Acceleration Programme.