Category: Blog

Category: Blog

Amazon vs Walmart
July 8, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

Amazon And Walmart: Digital Native VS Physical Presence   Greg Petro , CONTRIBUTOR Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File) Walmart and Amazon are competing in nearly every facet of their businesses. I’ve written about some areas recently including their approaches to innovation and the evolving role of the merchant within their organizations. Another area that’s a heavy focus for
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Semantics of supply chain
July 5, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

The Semantics of Supply Chain Kevin O’Marah , CONTRIBUTORI cover supply chain management, technology, and global trade Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. My 80-year-old Prussian father-in-law loves to hear stories about how supply chain impacts economics, society and the environment. As a former Morgan Stanley investment banker, he knows something about business and appreciates the
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Amazon Go
July 5, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

Amazon Go seen as welcome grocery option But not all Americans would embrace cashier-free retail concept, survey says Russell Redman 1 | Jul 02, 2018 Though Amazon.com Inc. is just getting under way with its Amazon Go stores, a new study finds that U.S. grocery shoppers are open to the cashierless retail concept. Nearly 75% of 1,000
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Trojan Horse: Instacart
July 5, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

The Trojan Horse: Will Instacart Become A Competitor Of The Grocery Retailers It Serves?   Brittain Ladd , CONTRIBUTOR Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. InstaCart employees fulfill orders for delivery to customers. Photographer: Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg True story: Sam Walton, the founder of Walmart, is famous for using the phrase “steal shamelessly” when it came to
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Lidl ReEvaluates
July 5, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

One year later, Kroger rival Lidl’s US expansion has fallen short Enlarge Lidl started opening U.S. stores a year ago, but its growth has been slower than first expected. DAVID KEITH | LIDL US By Steve Watkins  – Staff Reporter, Cincinnati Business Courier 5 hours ago A year ago, the grocery world was abuzz as German deep-discounter Lidl
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Retail Delivery
July 5, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

How we see the future of retail delivery – and what this means for logistics © Nullplus By Brian Bourke, vice president, marketing at SEKO Logistics  04/07/2018 Consumer attitudes are changing, consumer shopping behaviours are changing and technology is changing. And they’re all about to come together to change the face of retail delivery as we
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Bananas
July 4, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

How ripe should a banana be? A new snap that has gone viral on Instagram shows a bunch of bananas, all at different levels of ripeness. They are all labelled from numbers one through 15, with 1 being the most under-ripe and 15 being the most over-ripe. The image, which has more than 4,700 likes, asks people to pick
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Titans of China Tencent
July 4, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

Titans Of China Series – Volume 1: Tencent Jul. 2, 2018 12:10 PM ET Investing City Summary Tencent’s ecosystem of internet businesses is absolutely incredible. The financials are a thing of beauty which indicates the strength of the businesses. While a possible risk is that the company could get away from its core competencies, right
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Titans of China
July 4, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

Titans Of China Series – Volume 2: Alibaba Jul. 3, 2018 2:15 PM ET | Investing City Summary Alibaba has an incredible flywheel similar to Amazon. However, the business models of these two companies are fundamentally different. Alibaba is still a strong business with great financials that make this a great company for a long-term
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