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The eCommerce Minute is your daily dose of eCommerce, tech and retail news, with your hosts Bart Mroz and John Suder. The show is a production of SUMO Heavy, an eCommerce consulting firm with offices in Brooklyn, NY, and Philadelphia. Support this podcast:
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Moonfish’s online platform finds users the cheapest flights possible- like a flight to Barcelona out of PHL for $200. --- Support this podcast:
The Drop aims to provide "exclusive access to limited-edition, street-style inspired collections designed by fashion influencers from around the world”.--- Support this podcast:
The brand is teaming up with Uber in major cities to offer free, on-demand rides to the “L.L.Bean Backyard Campsite,” pop-up destination. --- Support this podcast:
Over half of all of the 15,000 Dollar General stores in the US will offer secure FedEx drop-off and collection services by the end of 2020.--- Support this podcast:
Google has started testing a feature on its YouTube video platform that will show product prices and recommendations beneath videos so viewers can make purchases directly. --- Support this podcast:
The robots have no idea that they’re just in a giant robot park in a simulation and believe that they’re really outside in neighborhoods. --- Support this podcast:
The company specifically chose fitness equipment that was interactive, and  items that virtually connect you with coveted fitness trainers to help you “stay motivated, have fun, and get the most out of  your workout.”--- Support this podcast:
Amazon has announced that Amazon Restaurants is shutting down in the United States, and will cease operations on June 24. The 4-year-old service has lurked in the shadows of its competitors for too long, and Amazon has decided to pull the plug. --- Support this podcast:
Sam’s Club is introducing a tool called "Sam's Garage" that will enable members to get "personalized tire recommendations in less than five minutes”.  Sam's dug through 25+ year old technology, 600 clubs, five systems and inventory for each, totaling 1,100+ data sources to built the app in 9 months. Sam’s Club employees will carry tablets to use the app to assist customers. --- Support this podcast:
Macy’s recently launched an out-of-home experiential campaign that asks consumers to use their phones at popular summer spots around the United States. In partnership with Pinterest, these places feature Pinterest Pincodes that consumers can scan with their phones, and are then directed to a Pinterest board with outfits curated for that specific location.--- Support this podcast:
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