Return of the Milkman?: The Future of Delivery

A recent Nielsen report on the future of grocery posed an intriguing question: Could the wave of the future be a blast from the past? Meet Your New Milkman From the report: “In the 1950s and ‘60s, home delivery of milk and other daily necessities was a staple for many families in North America and [...]

A recent Nielsen report on the future of grocery posed an intriguing question: Could the wave of the future be a blast from the past? Meet Your New Milkman From the report: “In the 1950s and ‘60s, home delivery of milk and other daily necessities was a staple for many families in North America and Europe. In some markets, the milkman never really went out of fashion. In India, for example, the concept of a merchant delivering groceries and household...
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Retail Doomsday: How Businesses Are Adapting (or Dyi...

As retail giants Amazon and Walmart duke it out for America’s top retail spot in an increasingly digital economy, the news is littered with companies that haven’t made the cut and have been forced to close. Let’s take a look at a few of these now-derelict companies and break down why they failed. By all [...]

As retail giants Amazon and Walmart duke it out for America’s top retail spot in an increasingly digital economy, the news is littered with companies that haven’t made the cut and have been forced to close. Let’s take a look at a few of these now-derelict companies and break down why they failed. By all accounts, Amazon is today’s King of Ecommerce, boasting 43 percent of all U.S. online retail sales last year. Thus far, the only corporation with the...
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