The global online pharmacy market size is predicted to be over $131 billion by 2025 (ResearchAndMarkets, 2020), as customers want greater access to products and healthcare services on-demand. As competition rapidly grows, with new direct to consumer brands entering the market, health and wellness brands are launching new loyalty programmes, 24/7 services and faster delivery options to reach new customers and gain a greater market share.
Amazon launches a new pharmacy offering to allow customers to buy prescription medicines online. Amazon Prime members can use Amazon Pharmacy to access free delivery and discounts on generic medicines and prescribed brand-name drugs.
Walgreens introduces a new loyalty programme called myWalgreens. Using the myWalgreens app, members can access new services such as 24/7 pharmacy chat, book health care appointments and click and collect products from its stores within 30 minutes of placing an online order.
Amazon launches a new pharmacy offering to allow customers to buy prescription medicines online
Walgreens introduces a new and improved loyalty programme called myWalgreens
Nike unveils new localised store formats around the world called ‘Nike Unite’
UK lifestyle brand Next partners with supermarket Morrisons to launch click and collect hubs in car parks
Qatar Airways launches a loyalty programme for students
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UK department store Debenhams unveils virtual beauty room to boost online sales
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