PATRICE BOYER - CFO & CO-FOUNDER
1. According to you, what are the main trends and innovations in your field market?
The growth of e-commerce will significantly increase in the upcoming years. Only the businesses implementing innovative practises will be able to position themselves efficiently against large platforms and build successful, lasting companies.
Home delivery is a key element for consumers, as well as for sales professionals. Offering a service meets the needs of the audience is a real selling point that will directly impact the companies’ turnover.
These days, home delivery services are multiplying and innovating in all types of businesses. Home delivery makes local shops’ products/services more accessible to an audience less connected or less available during operating hours of the retail shops.
Offering more flexibility in this matter enables an adjustment to the needs of the audience and prevents losing any sales.
2. What are the main features of your solution and who is it made for?
CoursiCab is a unique digital solution that connects local shops and department stores with a pool of geo-localised taxi drivers, to carry out the delivery of small parcels.
Its model offers a unique user experience with a delivery in less than 60 minutes 24/7. CoursiCab is a solution that maximises taxi fares, which represents a major opportunity to reduce CO2 emissions - all the more than the majority of vehicles are hybrid cars.
Our clients are mostly professionals seeking alternatives to innovate and appeal their consumers even more.
3. What represents the Paris Retail Week event for your business?
Being part of Paris Retail Week is a major opportunity for us. CoursiCab will be able to meet its clients and prospects as well as keeping up with innovation and have a better picture of the market.
Paris Retail Week is definitely the most relevant place for the e-commerce community.