One man recently tweeted that his groceries got delivered in 2.5 minutes.
Two and a half minutes!
That's faster than what it takes to pay for your average shopping at a checkout counter.
And the delivery was not by Amazon, Walmart, Whole Foods, Target, or any of the usual suspects...
But by a small startup launched by two Stanford dropouts who grew their delivery business from zero to almost $1 billion in less than a year.
Granted, the 2.5 minutes was at the extreme end of quick delivery, but it underscores the future of e-commerce...
More important, it highlightsthe biggest trend to happen to online shopping since Amazon – "EoD."
And those who get in early stand to benefit hugely.
In fact, I've detailed why I think EoD will mint millionaires and even usher in the "next Amazon."
But if you missed getting in on Amazon back then, make sure you don't miss out on EoD. Click here for the full story.
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