On the wings of Baby Boomers, ‘Grocery Shopping 2.0’ goes digital in big ways
Instacart, a grocery delivery venture, backed by Sequoia Capital, has been getting a lot of press lately. And it’s no wonder that this grocery shopping startup, powered by personal shoppers, is also getting funded for big growth. It has its sights set on battling head-to-head with emerging competitors and big e-commerce players, such as Amazon.
Rise of the digital pluckers
Whether it’s Uber, a similar 50-city taxi service that uses contract personal drivers ordered through an online or app-b...
January 30, 2014