Top 5 Takeaways from Groceryshop 2019

  • Joshua Schall
  • Oct 10, 2019

“Think in disruptive terms and then work backwards.” – Anil Aggarwal, Groceryshop CEO To say that the grocery industry is at a crossroads is an understatement. It seems that new questions are being asked daily and getting the right answers has become increasingly difficult. At its core, this is what Groceryshop is about, and in…

Why Your CPG Brand Needs a Walmart E-commerce Strategy

  • Joshua Schall
  • Jul 26, 2019

Did you know that Walmart recently surpassed Apple to become the world’s third largest online retailer? How about that Walmart proclaimed itself to be a technology company at this year’s South By Southwest conference? With the constant attention given to Amazon and its e-commerce dominance, you might think that focusing resources on other online retailers…

Is Amazon Afraid of Walmart and Target?

  • Joshua Schall
  • Jul 26, 2019

In April, Amazon attempted to throw a proverbial knockout punch to the competition by announcing that it was “currently working on evolving the Prime shipping program, which has historically been a two-day program, to a one-day shipping program.” While most analysts called the move a win for Amazon before the “punch” even landed, others (like…

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