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7 E-Commerce Shopping Innovations for Future Holidays

7 E-commerce Shopping Innovations for Future Holidays

Considering it’s the holiday shopping season I figured we should look into what’s on the E-commerce horizon. Ray Burke director of Indiana University’s Customer Interface Laboratory has spent years analyzing shopping habits. He was interviewed in a recent article on Popsci.com and he covers 7 topics about the future of buying commercial goods and consumer experience. E-commerce will become the only commerce; with the use of Big Data and Psychology they’re figuring out novel ways to track your in-store behavior, anticipate your needs, and help you find exactly what you need if it’s available. So let’s see what 7 innovations are in “store” for us literally: 1. Tracking Eye Movement 2. De-stressing Shoppers 3. Quicker Store Exits 4. Monitoring Moods 5. Instantaneous Product Printing 6. Intuitive personalization through feedback shopping 7. Sharing Economy Some of these may feel very intrusive in a “Big Brother” kind of way but at this very moment you still live in a consumer driven society and making buying easier keeps you happy and makes the retailer richer. It is a twisted win-win scenario. Besides shopping for the holidays just seems like a chore so perhaps all of these will genuinely help. Tracking Eye Movement –…

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Roadie App is making a stop at WaffleHouse, since they’re partners now!

Roadie App is making a stop at WaffleHouse, since they're partners now!

“There’s somebody leaving everywhere going everywhere all the time,” says avid entrepreneur Marc Gorlin. “There’s this massive heat map that’s hidden under our feet that Roadie is going to reveal.” Roadie is a company that just closed on $10 million in Series A financing, which included funds from UPS’s Strategic Enterprise Fund, the shipping company’s investment arm. The company is looking to cause an upheaval of the $90 billion U.S. shipping industry via the Roadie App. The plan is to utilize drivers going in a particular direction to pick up packages and deliver them along their pre-existing path or route for a small fee. To make this even cooler, Roadie has partnered with Waffle House restaurants. They plan on starting this in 1,750 locations across 25 states and will be the first of several official “Roadie Roadhouses,” or meet-up spots, where drivers and senders can connect to unload a shipment. Marc Gorlin who had co-founded Kabbage, a technology company says it’s more than a delivery service, but a community of helpers. The idea was pitched to Waffle House CEO Walt Ehmer at a nighttime, glow-in-the-dark golf tournament, which he responded rather well to. Pat Warner, Waffle House’s VP of Culture, says the deal with Roadie made…

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