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“Lightspeed wouldn’t have happened if it had not been for me investing in myself and as an instrument.”
Walmart is taking aim at Instacart, Target’s Shipt, and Amazon Prime Now/Whole Foods with a new grocery delivery subscription service.
The Denmark-based company has raised an undisclosed amount from robotics pioneer Niels Jul Jacobsen, the founder of Mobile Industrial Robots.
Women’s clothing rental service Armoire raises more cash, moves into new HQ with retail space(GEEKWIRE)
The high-tech clothing rental startup just reeled in more cash to complete a $3.9 million seed round and is set to move into a new 7,500 square-foot headquarters in Seattle’s Pioneer Square neighbourhood.
The company, which went public in March, reported a 36 percent year-over-year increase in both quarterly and total annual revenue.
Chewy’s shares rose as much as 88% in the first hour of trading Friday from the $22 offer price.
Amazon in 2017 launched its own take on Instagram with a shoppable feed of stories and photos aimed at Prime members. The experiment known as Amazon Spark has now come to an end.
Target announced that U.S. customers can now select same-day delivery for orders placed directly through its website.
Arzooo will be using the funds to solve challenges faced by retail partners, expand to newer geographies, and innovate its technology offerings.
ADDI picked up $12.5 million in new financing in April of this year as the company looks to expand its lending services online.