Personalised Subscriptions Model For eCommerce Businesses
With 2.14 billion digital buyers worldwide in 2021, eCommerce subscriptions are undoubtedly here to stay and are only growing.
Research into the model found that the most important reason for consumers to subscribe is a personalised experience (28%). Implementing this can be tricky especially for startups and SME's with a lean team. Luckily, Subundl is here to save the day. Their platform enables all retailers the ability to create a tailored eCommerce subscriptions model and give customers the ability to construct personalised subscriptions by adding another layer of flexibility and customisation.
Big news for Woolies shoppers as it’s announced that AI tech company Tiliters Artificially Intelligent (AI) Scales are finally launching across all Woolies stores in Australia. Launched in Sydney in 2017 the company promises to make everyday shoppers' life easier and cheaper with the use of their Artificially Intelligent (AI) Scales in the Woolworths product aisle. Having previously been trialled in around 20 Woolies stores, the scales are now being rolled out in about 1000 stores.
Shoppers simply have to place their produce on the Tiliter AI Scale which will display the accurate weight of the product.
Read more: https://7news.com.au/lifestyle/woolwor
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UNSW 10x Accelerator alumni Aerologix has just raised $4.2M in a recent funding round. This innovative Sydney-based drone tech company has claimed the title “Uber for drones” and works by connecting drone pilots to enterprises or individuals in search of drone imaging via its platform. Using a patented algorithm and geolocation they match clients with skilled and qualified drone pilots for any projects they might have. Founded in 2019 by ex-Qantas pilots the company has seen an expansion of over 10,000 signed pilots since it's conception. Read more about this innovative startup here: https://www.businessnewsaustralia.com/articles/drone-tech-company-aerologix-flying-high-after-closi