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Kate Ancketill at the NRF Big Show 2024: Modern Retail is Rocket Science
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The rise of livestream shopping: US & Europe
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In and out in a flash: what makes the perfect checkout-free experience?
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As Amazon announces ambitious new plans to expand its store estate in the UK, GDR contributor Charlie Lloyd reflects on the development of checkout-free grocery stores and ponders the question of what constitutes excellence in this emerging space. 2021 has been a significant year for checkout-free grocery stores in the UK. If you live and work outside of London you’d be forgiven if this has escaped your attention: all six of Amazon’s Fresh stores with its proprietary Just Walk Out technology are located in the capital, as are the first checkout-free concept stores from Tesco and Sainsbury’s. T ..read more
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How do you take your coffee? Why coffee shops are speeding up and slowing down
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by John O'sullivan
2y ago
In light of Starbucks and Amazon’s joint venture in New York, GDR contributor Charlie Lloyd explores how the new hybrid space fits into the wider pattern of format diversification across global coffee retail. On 59th Street between Park and Lexington in New York, the latest in an ever-expanding line-up of Starbucks formats has opened its doors, this time in partnership with another global household name: Amazon. The not-so-catchily-named Starbucks Pickup with Amazon Go does exactly what it says on the tin, bringing together Starbucks’ order ahead-oriented format and Amazon’s checkout-free conv ..read more
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