Amazon leverages its superior warehousing and product innovation to drive prices down and purchases up.
You love to buy online – but you are getting sick of missing your delivery or have your parcel stolen in front of your door? You can imagine better things to do on your Saturday afternoon than driving miles away to the next delivery depot? Then “Doorman” may be the solution to your problem – but will it really be the future how we receive our online deliveries?
In the first few months after its launch, Jet.com isn't afraid to experiment to get its business model right
JD.com is China's largest direct sale e-commence company with massive self-own logistics network. It witnessed a great growth story with equally tremendous capital investment.
How did China’s #1 direct-sales e-commerce company and e-commerce challenger achieve its leading position? By aligning its business model with its operating model, of course!
Introduction Most of us are well aware of the three major players in fresh food industry: producers (e.g. Dole), logistics service providers (e.g. US Foods) and supermarkets (e.g. Kroger). However, some often overlooked market participants are key enablers of supply chain […]
Netflix and chills just got better with Deliveroo; bringing food that you love to your door
A marketplace that connects local, independent delivery agents with small businesses that need pickup or delivery services.
Flipkart is India's largest online retail firm and has been providing a delightful experience to customers since late 2007.
Amazon is the undisputed leader in the competitive e-commerce space by providing customers with a huge selection, low prices and unparalleled convenience. It is able to do this through aligning its processes, investments and culture to its customer value proposition.