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Ten retail tech companies that rose in 2021

It has been a very, very good year for those retail tech companies innovating in areas such as cashless stores, 3D commerce, fast grocery delivery, e-commerce execution, and shopping platforms. entertainment.

Quick delivery company GetFaster pockets 7.5 million euros in funding round

German fast-trade start-up GetFaster has raised € 7.5 million in seed funding.

The company, which focuses on the soft discount portion of the delivery market, plans to use the cash for expansion of coverage, customer growth and product line development.

Uncrowd raises £ 3million for customer analytics platform

Arete led a £ 3million investment in customer analytics startup Uncrowd.

Begin and Matrix Capital also participated in the round. This builds on a start-up funding round of £ 500,000 in 2020.

Ten Retail Tech Funding Rounds You Need To Know

RTIH brings together retail tech companies that have been making waves with major investments, including Nuro, Selazar, 8fig, Deliverr and GetFaster.

Ikea claims a first by deploying the Mobile Checkout solution in Australia

Ikea launches its new Mobile Checkout solution in Australia.

This aims to give customers a faster and more convenient in-store checkout experience, with Ikea saying the rollout is a first for home furnishings retailers.

Ahead of the Christmas shopping season, customers shopping at Ikea Logan and North Lakes in Queensland will be the first to experience the feature, which can be activated through the retailer’s app or by scanning a QR code in-store.

Consult the list of finalists for the RTIH Innovation Awards 2021

Go Instore, Trigo, Simbe Robotics, Oracle, Mercaux, Standard AI, and BigCommerce are among the nominees for the 2021 RTIH Retail Technology Awards.

Now in their third year, the awards are sponsored by PMC, StoreSpace, Critical, marxant, QVALON and Selazar.

Amanda J. Marsh