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  1. ProducerBryan Eisenberg

    Bryan Eisenberg

    The Future of the Shopping Cart
    The Future of the Shopping CartI know many of my friends shop online, but what would in store retail look like if we removed the need for shopping carts and checkout counters?What if the store was built to provide you an amazing experience and you can pick, pack (take home or...


    Cat Gal U.
    12/04/2016 #3 Cat Gal U.
    #2 Maybe it's true, I don't know yet about the economic viability for all costumers, but if this services is used more often maybe other variables will be created for people that can't afford it. The future lies in making everything easier to the costumer, that I know.
    Pamela L. Williams
    12/04/2016 #2 Pamela L. Williams
    I've noticed the online shopping lanes popping up at our local grocery stores. you pull in and the store is somehow notified you are there and your already purchased groceries are brought out and loaded into your car. The only step missing is someone who delivers the groceries to you home. Though I must say this; the only cars I notice in these pickup lanes are high-end vehicles so I can only assume its not a service for the average shopper.
    Cat Gal U.
    11/04/2016 #1 Cat Gal U.
    Makes me think also about personal shoppers, interesting! Will be looking forward to read more...
  2. Javier beBee

    Javier beBee

    Javier beBee