Amazon Go is expanding to London. The online retailer has been testing cashierless stores in Seattle, San Francisco and Chicago. “The limited number of current stores suggest conservative
expansion despite its announcement last year that it plans to open more than 3,000 additional spaces by 2021,” according to RetailDive.
Londoners are already familiar with the idea of checkout-free stores with two supermarkets, Sainsbury and Tesco, having tested a cashierless store in London just a few months after an Amazon Go outlet opened in Seattle in January 2018.
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