From finding festival entrances to offering faster deliveries, here are some of the latest ways businesses are using what3words:

Zenstores offers retailers more reliable deliveries

Zenstores is an ecommerce order management platform that is printing what3words addresses on shipping labels so drivers know exactly where to deliver.

‘what3words is a fantastic addition, and we’re delighted to give the thousands of ecommerce businesses shipping from Zenstores access to its innovative location technology.’

~ Jack Davies, Marketing Assistant, Zenstores

Savills improves the property viewing experience

The real estate company is sharing what3words addresses with prospective buyers to help find properties with ease.

‘what3words has revolutionised the way we direct potential buyers to houses. It removes any risk of getting lost, and makes sure they arrive in a positive frame of mind rather than frustrated and late.’

~ Ben Rivett, Joint Head of Residential, Savills

Oddbox uses what3words to find wonky addresses

The fruit & vegetable subscription service allows customers to give a what3words delivery address when ordering so delivery drivers know exactly where to go.

‘Just like some of our fruit and vegetables, addresses can sometimes be a bit wonky. Now customers can get their rescued veg delivered to exactly the right place with just 3 words!’

~ Drew Hutchinson, Logistics Manager, Oddbox

Visitors to Towersey Festival can find every entrance with ease

Started 58 years ago by the grandparents of the current Director, Towersey Festival displays what3words addresses for entrances on maps to help visitors arrive in exactly the right place.

‘We have a new rural location, making the festival more difficult to find. what3words makes it simple to find the right entrance which helps with a smoother arrival process.’

~ Joe Heap, Towersey Festival Director

Addland lets you find any piece of land with just 3 words

Establish your precise location on what3words and enter it on Addland Research to view all the relevant land considerations.

‘Customers can now find or research land by entering a what3words address which makes site identification and assessment easy. Will the Flood Zone affect that exact piece of plot you’re standing on? Now you can know instantly.’

~ Andrew Smith, Chief Customer Officer, Addland

what3words-enabled Swiftcomplete now available in WooCommerce

Retailers using the plugin can now add a what3words field to their checkout pages to collect more precise delivery information from customers.

‘With the new Swiftcomplete plugin for WooCommerce, customers with hard-to-find addresses can provide a what3words delivery point, helping deliveries get to the right place, first time.’

~ Chris Winfield, Founder, Swiftcomplete

Albatross Cars offers smoother rides

At a recent festival, what3words helped drivers find customers’ precise pick-up location in 15 minutes or less, whereas in the past this could take an hour.

‘what3words is a game-changing tool! During Download Festival, we were able to double our bookings because of what3words. For me, it’s a no brainer and I don’t know why everyone isn’t using it!!’

~ Ateeq Naseem, Digital Marketing Manager, Albatross Cars