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Micro fulfilment centers enhancing the retail sector

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Nimble fulfilment options become increasingly popular for retail industry leads

In an ever-competitive market streamlining the supply chain and getting products to customers faster should be top priority for any retailer.

Micro Fulfilment centers present a great opportunity to do so. These small-scale warehouses are generally located closer to consumers, often within city limits, and are designed to handle online orders for same-day or next-day delivery.

One company that is embracing this concept is Vicinity Centres, an Australian retail property group that owns and manages shopping centers across the country.

They are using their existing shopping centers as locations for micro fulfillment centers, which allows them to make the most of their existing infrastructure while also providing a new service to retailers.

This clever idea is beneficial for traditional retail customers as well. With the use of micro fulfilment centers, retailers are able to offer a wider range of products, as well as faster delivery times. This means that customers can enjoy a more convenient shopping experience, with the ability to order products online and have them delivered to their door quickly. Additionally, these centers are also able to handle online returns, which helps to reduce the amount of time customers spend on the return process.

Overall, micro fulfilment centers are changing the way we look at shopping centers, delivery services and the retail experience on the whole.

By embracing this new concept, retailers are getting products to customers faster while also providing a new service to the traditional retail customer.

The future of retail is moving towards this model with Vicinity Centres committed to utilising the idea to share unique experiences that enhance the point of sale and delivery experience into the future.

Ben Watson explains the potential and future of the space ahead of the Unified Summit 2023 which will unpack the best of Technology, Supply Chain and Retail at Federation Square in Melbourne on February 21st 2023.

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Discount offering: cheap or strategic?

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How can brands utilise discount incentives to maximise profit?

Ecomm Insider is an insightful talk show that explores the fast changing world of e-commerce and trends for the next generation of marketers.

Hosted by the CEO and Founder of MADE. Marketing, Madelene Ragno weighs the pros and cons of utilising discounts in ecommerce. #ecomm insider

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Trump and Biden agree to a double debate showdown

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Former President Donald Trump and current President Joe Biden have agreed to participate in two debates in June and September.

On this episode of Ticker Hot Shots – Former President Donald Trump and current President Joe Biden agree to a double debate, Trump backs AUKUS, MacDonalds creates a price friendly meal and Prince Harry faces the financial music. #featured #trending #hotshots

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Is cloud technology the solution for every organisation’s needs?

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Amidst the dominance of cloud technologies in the tech landscape, questions are rising over applicability and its cost implications.

As businesses increasingly migrate to cloud technologies, skepticism is brewing over whether it’s the optimal solution for every organisational need.

Additionally, the notion of “free” cloud services is being challenged, highlighting the importance of understanding the true costs and benefits associated with cloud adoption.

Harsha Patil, Engineering manager, California USA shares his key insights on the cloud conundrum. #featured

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