BOSTON, May 13, 2021 InVastor.com, a social-ecommerce Marketplace startup that uses its technology and local warehouses to sell discounted products and services while offering customers options for local pickup, same day delivery or 3 day shipping anywhere in the USA, announced today that it will offer any of the 32 million US small businesses training on how to turn their businesses to the new “Hyper Retail” model.
“Hyper Retail” is the convergence of physical location, services, digital presence, delivery, finance, technology, manufacturing and user social experiences. Hyper retail consists of redesigning the customer journey by offering one consumer an experience that is different from another consumer.
“Shopping is no longer about a product or service, but all about experiences. A consumer should be able to buy insurance, pay a cable bill, buy coffee, shop for grocery and cloths at the same time. Businesses need to connect and complement each other, than compete. Those who can’t offer customers a great experience will not survive as can be seen with the bankruptcies of many major businesses. Major retailers can afford to give these experiences, but many small businesses can’t and InVastor.com wants to change that by providing them with data, technology, hardware and the know-how. We are bringing American Main Street back,” said Chris Esikumo, CEO at InVastor.com.
InVastor.com started in an old warehouse full of old recycled electronics, months of unpaid rent/bills and maxed out credit cards. Many small businesses face similar challenges, especially post the Covid19 pandemic, but InVastor.com wants to help them transition their businesses and become successful.
“The hardship of running a business, while at the same time balancing your family life is one of the greatest challenges I’ve ever faced in life. My family and friends’ belief in me, gave me the determination to keep going, even when deep inside I wasn’t sure if I will make them broke as I saw many of them empty their savings to support me. We have overcome many challenges and now want to give this knowledge to businesses out there. Especially those mom and pop shops that can’t afford to develop their own technology, delivery services or build experiences for their customer. InVastor.com wants to be a partner in their journey,” said Chris Esikumo.
InVastor.com is looking to work with Federal, State and local governments, chambers of commerce, local business and trade associations or directly with local businesses on how convert to the “Hyper Retail” model.