In 2019, the first Croatian city where it started doing business was Zagreb, and currently Glovo operates in 11 more cities in the country: Split, Osijek, Zadar, Rijeka, Slavonski Brod, Sisak, Pula, Karlovac, Varaždin and Velika Gorica.
One in five Croatians has downloaded Glovo app
According to the company’s data, one in five Croatians have downloaded the Glovo application, and more than a thousand local “glovers” have delivered nearly nine million products and covered 12 million kilometres providing those services in the last two years.
Glovo is the app that connects users, businesses and couriers to make that possible. The project was launched with the aim of transforming the way users acquire what they need, making cities more accessible.
The company underscores that since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, its deliveries in Croatia increased by 500% compared to the pre-pandemic period.
It notes that, for example, food is the most frequently transported product by glovers, and the most frequently ordered fruits via Glovo app are bananas (20 tonnes). Glovers have to date delivered more than 70,000 litres of milk. When it comes to fast food, the most frequently delivered products are burgers and pizza.
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