Why shoppers will want drone delivery
Like the advent of barcodes and scanning in the 70’s, retail historians will look back at this decade as the one when drones entered the mainstream as an integral component of the supply chain.
"Online Grocery Shopping Still Rare in U.S.,” was the headline on recent Gallup survey of American’s food shopping behaviors. Gallup’s interpretation of its survey results, that online food shopping is still rare, isn’t true and rare is a poor choice of words.
Food delivery services have made it easy to avoid a trip to the grocery store, creating a challenge for conventional food retailers that won’t be solved by an enhanced store experience alone.
Services provided by the likes of Uber Eats, Grubhub and Waitr facilitated roughly $5 billion in food sa
Amazon’s fleet of promotional vehicles known as Treasure Trucks has expanded to bring daily deals residents of Charlotte, Cincinnati, Columbus and Las Vegas.
The program functions like a mobile Blue Light Special, a merchandising initiative Kmart devised in which stores would
Too many retailers are shutting down: 2019 just hit its halfway point, but already the number of planned retail store closings has exceeded the total for all of 2018.
How can retailers prosper rather than shutter? It starts with knowing the pulse of their lifeblood: the ever-changing consumer.