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About Jinn

Jinn is an urban logistics and delivery platform that allows users to order anything they want from local stores and restaurants. The company has built a mobile app that connects its users with a fleet of couriers. Users can track their delivery in real time and pay through the app for an awesome delivery experience.

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22 Long Acre

London, England, WC2E 9LY,

United Kingdom

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Expert Collections containing Jinn

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Jinn is included in 3 Expert Collections, including Supply Chain & Logistics Tech.


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Jinn Patents

Jinn has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Computer buses
  • GPS navigation devices
  • Personal digital assistants
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Fiber optics, Optical fiber, Photonics, Diffraction, Optical devices


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Fiber optics, Optical fiber, Photonics, Diffraction, Optical devices



Latest Jinn News

Another $10m tonic for Jinn

May 15, 2017

I wonder how many retailers can afford to hand over 25% of each sale to a delivery outfit without charging customers a premium? This is the merchant levy raised by London-based ‘on demand, within the hour’ delivery startup, Jinn, which has just raised a further $10m in a Series B funding round backed by STE Capital, along with prior investor Samaipata Ventures (see Samaipata adds $7.5m tonic to Jinn ) and others. Having said that, according to TechCrunch , there's an alternative charging model where Jinn instead charges the customer 10% of the sale plus a mileage-based fee, which is more in line with what I might pay if I was that desperate for a late night 'CTM' (chicken tikka masala). Except they don't deliver to Ealing. Or there’s Just Eat, Deliveroo, Uber Eats, et al, and for (almost) anything else, there’s Quiqup and Amazon Prime! Nonetheless, Jinn claims to have around 1,000 merchant partners. Jinn reportedly got caught up in the ‘gig economy’ freelancer-vs-employee farrago earlier this year, when its couriers went on strike over a change in payment. Apparently, Jinn changed from paying its couriers £8 p.h plus £1.50 per delivery, to £7 per delivery flat rate. According to Jinn’s website, you can become a courier and earn “competitive pay, up to £15/hour” which I guess assumes you are running more than two deliveries an hour (you need to supply your own means of transport, by the way). Jinn claims to be running ‘positive contribution margins’ and expects to be profitable in 2018. If they really have found a way to magic up profits with their business model, well done them!

Jinn Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Jinn founded?

    Jinn was founded in 2013.

  • Where is Jinn's headquarters?

    Jinn's headquarters is located at 22 Long Acre, London.

  • What is Jinn's latest funding round?

    Jinn's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Jinn raise?

    Jinn raised a total of $19.25M.

  • Who are the investors of Jinn?

    Investors of Jinn include Henchman, Samaipata Ventures, STE Capital, Doug Scott, Simon Bichara and 9 more.

  • Who are Jinn's competitors?

    Competitors of Jinn include Quiqup.

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