Zowie lands 20 million pln from Google fund; aiming for billion-dollar unicorn status

Zowie is a Polish startup that raised PLN 20 million from investors – including Gradient Ventures, a fund owned by Google. “There must be chemistry between the investor and the founder,” describes Maja Schaefer, the co-founder of the company.

Zowie advertises itself as a solution to free the time of customer service agents. Thanks to this, they can devote more attention to other, more developing and creative tasks. This, in turn, translates into customer satisfaction.

The company employs over 40 people today, in Warsaw, Krakow and New York, as well as remotely. Its clients include brands such as Avon, Empik, Giesswein, InPost and L’Oreal.

“We employ mainly in Poland and the USA – remotely. Of course, depending on the role, candidates pay attention to different things. What is interesting for marketing is something else for the product. But there are some universal Zowie values ​​that resonate with the people we care about. Great product, huge market, fast growth. However, the most important thing is the culture in which we invest heavily.” said Maja Schaefer.

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