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Milkman has received over $35m in funding and has a full-time staff of over 70 people from three different continents, having in recent years expanded beyond the Italian market.
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All too often, there is a disconnect between sales and logistics. If a brand doesn’t offer flexible, convenient and cost-effective shipping options or projected delivery timelines are inaccurate, it will derail the overall experience.
Organizations investing in hyper-automation, real-time visibility and robustness will emerge more powerful when the crisis is behind us.
“Retailers have been invested in understanding their customers for years,” said Antonio Perini, CEO of Milkman.
Our desire to find convenient solutions can prove very powerful, as I recently discussed in an email conversation with Antonio Perini, CEO of Milkman.
I had a conversation with Antonio Perini, CEO of Milkman. Perini and his company focus on maximizing convenience in enterprise delivery.
The last-mile challenge therefore requires radical change: “Our mission is to revolutionise home deliveries,” declares Perini openly.