In this week’s Fast Five podcast, sponsored by Microsoft, the A&M Consumer and Retail Group, Takeoff, and Sezzle,, David Ritter and Jonathan Sharp of A&M join Chris Walton and Anne Mezzenga as they discuss:
– Walmart’s porch delivery program.
– Gopuff’s overt move into private label.
– Who made the bigger move in the checkout-free retail war this week: Aldi or Wakefern?
– The relative value of voice-assisted ordering in QSR vs. retail.
– And, closed with a discussion on the long-term viability of a new startup that just raised $25 million to help consumers, not Buy Now, but Save Money and Pay Later.
There’s all that, plus Anne and I mutually patting each other’s backs for being named Top 100 retail influencers, edible utensils, and David Ritter’s favorite Taco Bell vice.
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Be careful out there,
– Chris, Anne, and the Omni Talk team
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