The Luxembourg-City Incubator is the capital’s largest startup incubator and City will be showcasing these new businesses. This month sees the turn of Eurosender to step into the spotlight.
Jan Štefe, Co-founder. Law graduate Jan is an entrepreneur at heart. After their first business experience together, he set up Eurosender with Tim.
Tim Potočnik, Co-founder. Economics graduate Tim met Jan at high school. The pair went on to create their first business together while at university.
The logistics industry is huge, yet it’s lacking in connectivity. It’s hard to access logistics services digitally, understand the costs and have a service which delivers optimised prices.
Eurosender provides an all-in-one digital solution that meets SMEs’ logistics needs. It has developed a dashboard for managing orders, analysing shipments and monitoring costs.
3. TARGET AUDIENCE
Eurosender is mainly aimed at SMEs active in commerce but also counts many multinationals amongst its clients. Major freight forwarders and logistics companies also use the service.
Along with its headquarters based in Luxembourg, the startup has opened two other operational sites in Slovenia and Ukraine, employing 120 people. More than 100 companies sign up to their website every day.
5. WHAT’S NEXT
Eurosender intends to expand its range of services for existing clients, focusing especially on urgent deliveries. It also wants to attract and retain more customers.
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