• 5 Tech Companies Changing the Grocery Industry

      5 Tech Companies Changing the Grocery Industry January 22, 2018 by Stephanie Miles Leave a Comment Filed Under: Features Compared to retail categories like apparel and electronics, the grocery industry has been slow to adapt to changing times. More than half of consumers never buy groceries online, a statistic that says less about consumer demand than it says about the state of the industry.

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  • Walmart not only takes on the last mile, but also the last few feet

    … people will be given a one time code to be able to enter your home and place your packages inside rather than leaving the items on your doorstep. In theory, this is a great idea, however, in practice it has its flaws. Deliveries will be done by start-up Deliv. Deliv drivers are part of the gig economy meaning they’re basically Uber drivers…

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  • Office supply giant now testing same-day delivery

    … in some markets. Office Depot has announced they are partnering with start-up Deliv in order to make same-day deliveries in the markets of Atlanta, Miami and Los Angeles. If you’ve never heard of Deliv, you can view their introductory video here. In essence, they are an Uber for packages. This is not unlike a similar plan Wal-Mart is considering…

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  • Deliv CEO: ‘We’re Selling the Picks and Shovels’ for Brick-and-Mortar Gold Rush

    … Deliv, which recently landed $28 million in Series B funding from UPS, powers the same-day and next-day delivery options available on a host of retail websites, including ecommerce companies, omnichannel retail giants like Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s, and even floral and recipe subscription services. Street Fight recently caught up with Deliv CEO…

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