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Walgreens Partners With FedEx To Offer Customers Prescription Delivery Service

As competitors Amazon and Walmart enter its marketplace and bring their last-mile delivery services, Walgreens is partnering with FedEx to offer next-day at-home prescription delivery at all of its 9,000+ locations

Event

This briefing will allow attendees to get an inside scoop from several pioneering companies across the city while also engaging and learning from the PSFK retail intelligence team.

January 16, 2019 | New York City
Video

In our latest webinar, PSFK President of Research & Strategy Scott Lachut and Senior Strategist Penn Whaling reveal how brands and retailers can incorporate a range of health and wellness-related offerings to meet growing consumer demand

September 24, 2018

Ideas We Are Tracking

Kelly Kliebe. VP Group Creative Director, Innocean USA
Carvana, an e-commerce platform for buying, financing and selling used cars, has opened its 15th “car vending machine,” in Indianapolis
Amazon’s in-house delivery service, Amazon Air, is expected take 2% of FedX-UPS revenue in 2019
Serve, a delivery robot from Postmates, can carry 50 pounds of goods for 25 miles on a single charge — enough to make around a dozen deliveries per day
In some cities, the new version of Lyft’s app shows every mobility option and makes suggestions based on user behavior, location and other data
Lyft announces $2.50 flat fare to grocery stores for families living in food deserts
Brian Waldman. Co-Founder, Garage 77
Los Angeles-based Garage 77 allows auto fans to rent classic cars for monthly subscription fee
Uber is offering rides in life-size toy cars in European holiday promotion
Uber has launched its first bus service in Egypt
Qantas new Dreamliner prioritizes health and wellness with improved healthy menu and features encouraging sleep
Arno Kutt. CEO, Cleveron
A 2016 McKinsey study estimated that autonomous vehicles, including drones, would account for about 80% of all consumer parcel deliveries during the next 10 years
It is predicted that in the US, carmakers will be capable of producing fully self-driving vehicles by 2021, but the built infrastructure necessary to deploy them on the public road system will not be in place for at least a decade
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