Quirky launched in 2009 to make the invention of consumer products more accessible. Open innovation helped usher in ideas from the masses and some would argue that crowdsourcing led to the company’s untimely demise.
UPS invested in last mile drone delivery and innovative partnerships in Rwanda and Tanzania, but is that enough to leapfrog Amazon and Google? Or will they remain a fast follower?
When it comes to the healthcare industry, an efficient supply chain is critical to saving patient lives. Hospitals need the right products at the right time.
Lazada used to be the “Amazon of Southeast Asia”, but as of summer 2017, has to compete directly with Amazon as they enter the Southeast Asian market. Can Lazada embrace digitalization to compete with Amazon’s “anticipatory shipping” model and two-hour Prime Now delivery service?
GameStop, the last pure video game retailer in the United States, has seen its stock price fall 34.1% over the last four quarters due to mixed sales results on its website and 6,627 physical stores. Can GameStop figure out how to keep their stores relevant, or will they go the way of other physical media retailers such as Blockbusters, Boarders or Tower Records?
Whole Foods Market’s leading industry position has not fully translated to a leading role in preparing for and combating climate change.
How much will a 20oz Coke cost in the future with climate change? If delivery fuel prices grew to 400% of nominal, then the price of a Coke would balloon to $4.98.
A brief discussion of why auto dealers are motivated to restrict growth in sales of electric cars
In a growing, but fragment foodservice equipment distribution space, TriMark has managed to become the largest consolidator by providing better value to customers through a superior operating model vs. peers.
How one grocery store is beating the competition at sales per square foot by selling fewer items and focusing on supplier and distributor savings