As consumers grow their appetite for online grocery, retailers must adapt to the shifting landscape — starting with how they fulfill orders from the store floor. The right combination of staging, equipment, and technology can help retailers drive efficiency and profitability for grocery operations.
More than one-third of online grocery shoppers don’t plan on changing their habits post-pandemic. Read the first post of our new blog series to learn why retailers need to embrace an eGrocery mindset — or risk getting left behind.
Entrepreneurs play a vital role in transforming people’s lives by disrupting entire industries and reinventing economies. The grocery business is one industry that has experienced incredible growth and transformation. That’s why we couldn’t be more thrilled to announce that GrocerKey CEO Jeremy Neren has been recognized as a finalist for the Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2021 Midwest Award.
Matt Gutermuth describes his role being a “facilitator.” As GrocerKey’s Chairman of the Board, Matt has been instrumental in helping GrocerKey connect with industry insiders and growing the business in the right direction. With long stints at major CPG brands such as Nabiso and Pepsi-Co, and retailers like Safeway and Winn Dixie, we couldn’t be more excited to have his expertise on board. Read more about Matt’s journey in the grocery industry.
Just one year after the pandemic eMarketer projects online U.S. Grocery sales will exceed $100 billion in 2021 — with online grocery making up roughly 12.4% of total grocery sales, stating changing consumer behaviors “will go from trial to habit for many shoppers.” The data should serve as a signal flare to independent and regional grocery chains that are on the fence of eGrocery. Ready to build a profitable and sustainable eGrocery business? Download the eBook.
As GrocerKey’s Chief Operating Officer, Lee Lambeth knows the ins-and-outs of the grocery eCommerce business. He spends his days overseeing all operational aspects of the company, from clients to collaborating with developers as our internal teams strive to refine and optimize our digital products. While he’s been in the grocery business for more than 30 years, Lee says the constant evolution of the industry keeps him intrigued. Read on to learn more about Lee.
In part three of our ongoing series about building a successful e-commerce grocery business, we explore the evolution of digital media and merchandising strategies that can help drive incremental revenue — and increase basket sizes. Our last article focused on order fulfillment, which is key for creating cost savings and high-quality experiences for customers. While the […]
The Future Of E-Commerce Grocery Has Arrived: 2021 Industry Outlook