Thursday
August 28, 2014
Thursday, August 25, 2011

Supermarket launches virtual store on Seoul subway

Man shops on subway using Smart phone technology to make his purchases.

Convenience shopping reached heights today, or lows as Tesco, the world's No.3 retailer, launched a virtual store on the subway in Seoul, South Korea, allowing time-pressed commuters to shop on the go using their smartphones.

The British grocer said commuters in its second-biggest market could scan the barcodes alongside pictures of over 500 popular products using the app of its local Homeplus business.

Provided orders are placed before 1300 local time, goods will be delivered to homes the same evening, it said.

The virtual store, which is being tested for three months, has been developed from the advert concept created by Cheil Worldwide, which won the Grand Prix at the International Festival of Creativity in Cannes, France, in July 2011.

  • CommentComment
  • Increase font size Decrease font sizeSize
  • Email article
    email
  • Print
    Print
  • Share
    1. Vote
    2. Not interesting Little interesting Interesting Very interesting Indispensable
Tags:  Tesco  supermarket  shopping  British  smartphones  





  • Comment
  • Increase font size Decrease font size
  • mail
  • Print

COMMENTS >

Comment






Grupo ámbito ámbito financiero ambito.com Docsalud AlRugby.com Premium El Ciudadano El Tribuno Management

Director: Orlando Mario Vignatti - Edition No. 4234 - This publication is a property of NEFIR S.A. -RNPI Nº 5177376 - Issn 1852 - 9224 - Te. 4349-1500 - San Juan 141 , (C1063ACY) CABA