Luckabox Wins the First European Supply Chain Start-up Contest!

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The Swiss start-up Luckabox, a WEConnect International certified women's business enterprise, was chosen as winner of the first-ever European Supply Chain Start-up Contest on the 24th May 2018.

The competition for European start-ups is organised by Supply Chain Media, publisher of the Dutch trade journal Supply Chain Magazine and the quarterly European magazine Supply Chain Movement. Luckabox impressed the jury and the delegates alike with its platform which enables retailers to arrange parcel deliveries to consumers quickly and conveniently.

Luckabox was up against four other finalists: Cargoledger (NL), Cargonexx (D), Stockspots (NL) and Sustainabill (D). The Swiss company was voted the winner thanks to its smart use of existing couriers in order to make it very easy for city-based retailers to deliver online orders to consumers within two hours.

Aike Festini, CEO and founder of Luckabox, enthusiastically commented:

"I’m extremely proud that we’ve won this prize. This recognition will come in very useful to support our further European growth. We signed a contract to launch our services in Vienna just yesterday."

Besides a 3D-printed trophy, Luckabox won €40,000 worth of marketing exposure in Supply Chain Media’s various media channels.

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