Two mobile convenience stores are redefining the very idea of convenience in the United States.
Cargo, an in-car commerce company, stocks Uber and Lyft drivers with mini concessions. Drivers sell snacks, electronics, toiletries and cosmetics to their passengers for a 25% commission. Learn more in this Forbes article.
Robomart pairs a mini grocery store with a self-driving vehicle. Customers request Robomart through a mobile app. When the vehicle arrives, they unlock the mini mart through the app, select their goods, and close the Robomart through the app. The card that is on file is charged for the purchases. To see the concept in action, watch this video.