How to Grow Hyperlocal Delivery Into a National Service

The following is from the eCom Logistics Podcast with Ninaad Acharya and Dan Coll.

“For this episode of the eCom Logistics Podcast, we welcome Alok Ahuja, CEO and Co-Founder of Trexity. Being the true last mile partner where orders are delivered the same day they pick it up has been the goal of Alok’s company. They wanted to be hyperlocal and empower local SMBs to be able to compete with the Amazons of the world. Alok digs into why different last-mile solutions exist to address the needs of different types of buyers. He also explains that, given their low barrier for entry, that local shops can be given a low risk alternative to see how they can offer a comparable solution to Amazon and grow their business.”

Highlights:

  • Alok’s early exposure to business and his passion for technology
  • Perfecting last-mile, hyperlocal delivery for SMBs
  • The future of last-mile delivery: Owned Infrastructure vs. the Gig Economy

“The same day we pick it up, it’s the same day we’re going to drop it off, as fast as our merchants are willing to fulfill it, it’s as fast as we will deliver it. And let this be the one thing that we do so perfectly well that no one else can touch us on it.”

Alok Ahuja, CEO & Co-founder
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