How Start-Ups are Changing the Future of Retailers

How Start-Ups are Changing the Future of Retailers

There is a wave a foot in the start-up community with companies developing products that will make it easier for consumers to find the best price for an item. Consumers will even be able to check out where the product is available locally for the best price – all from just standing in front of a retail shelf and looking up the item on their mobile device.

This creates a huge problem for retailers. It’s as if every store on the planet is located in the palm of a consumer’s hand.

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