20 Tech Innovators

20 Tech Innovators

High’s of Baltimore

High’s of Baltimore announced the beginning of a “digital reboot” in May.

20 Tech Innovators

Giant Eagle/GetGo

Pittsburgh-based supermarket chain Giant Eagle and its convenience division GetGo are working with tech firm Grabango for its frictionless checkout solution.

7-Eleven is carefully executing a years-long strategy to update its consumer-facing technology.

Walmart has proven itself to be a devoted innovator in addition to its status as arguably the most established legacy retailer.

Domino’s has long been a tech-focused pizza delivery company.

Alimentation Couche-Tard’s Circle K is expanding both its consumer-facing technology and its delivery capabilities.

Walgreens offers “store-to-door” delivery of health and wellness, food and beverage and convenience items.

Philadelphia-based delivery startup goPuff is considered an innovator, not for its breakout growth but for its fast delivery thanks to artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning.

Choice Markets’ second location opened in late 2019. It features fuel pumps, electric-vehicle supercharging, a bike-share terminal, electric-scooter charging stations and a solar canopy.

The Seattle-based online retailer is expanding its brick-and-mortar plans to a grocery concept.

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