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Mass Personalization – Future of eCommerce and Manufacturing

Making a presentation to closed group on what’s on “next 3+ CPU+GPU+Gilder’s Law + Kryder’s Law” as opportunity to invest in? Mass Personalization

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SKUs – Digital Design are key to CBT (Cross Border Trade), IP and eCommerce

Which SKUs? (E&D) Essential & Desirable parts, Vital still OEMs (Competitive Advantage & core IP upstream)

Intermediation – Business model of BAM stores are key as to First Mile commerce, 15 mile radius

Omnichannel – Key leverage

Another example of how retailers BAM as well as online are working to solve the First Mile (Last Mile in their DNA) challenge.

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  1. Supermarkets Offer Personalized Pricing
    Such individualized pricing could become the norm in a few years, as grocers—from Safeway to Kroger (KR) and Canada’s Metro (MRU:CN)—try to customize offers that will increase sales and keep shoppers from switching to competitors’ stores. “Maybe over time, shelf prices become less relevant to a subset of shoppers,” says Mike Minasi, Safeway’s president of marketing.

    http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-11-14/2014-outlook-supermarkets-offer-personalized-pricing#r=nav-fs

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