Ten Biggest Retail Innovations So Far This Year

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Ten Biggest Retail Innovations so Far This Year

Tesco is working with Starship Technologies on a robot/food delivery initiative in Milton Keynes. The retailer is fulfilling the service from a Tesco Extra in the city’s Kingston Centre. 

Amazon is the latest retailer to enter the robot delivery space with the Amazon Scout.

Created by the e-commerce giant, these are the size of a small cooler, and roll along sidewalks at a walking pace. Starting this week, they will begin delivering packages to customers in a neighbourhood in Snohomish County, Washington. 

 On the dot has partnered with L’Occitane to help the French beauty retailer launch its same day delivery service proposition, Ship From Store, in the UK. 

Ocado has gone live with a new digital advertising platform from Australian startup Citrus.

Chinese e-commerce heavyweight JD.com has worked with the World Economic Forum (WEF) to launch its first government approved drone flight in Indonesia.

Walmart has teamed with Udelv to test its autonomous delivery vans in Surprise, Arizona.

M&S has worked with Syte on the launch of Style Finder, a mobile website feature that enables customers to quickly find products with a photo.

US supermarket chain Stop & Shop is gearing up to launch driverless grocery vehicles in the Greater Boston area, beginning during Spring. 

Trax has partnered with Google Cloud to brings its image recognition and machine learning capability to retail stores.

 Kroger and Microsoft have announced a partnership that will see them bring to market a new Retail-as-a-Service (RaaS) offering. 

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