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Grocery store missing in Devine for a long time. J&T co-owner, millionaire Patrick Tekai, who resides in the aforementioned part of Bratislava, decided to take the solution into his own hands. The result of his efforts was to newly open a business on November 2 food from our site.
Weaving’s initial idea was to bring one of Yeme’s sales networks to Devín. However, this project failed, so the financier decided to open his own company. In the store located on Hradna Street, customers mainly buy local food and consumer goods.
Patrick Tekay made it clear that he does not take this novelty as a business, but would like to see the project unsupported even in the long term.
“I have that in my head to earn for running costs and routine repairs. I never expect that to come back, but it’s not charity either. I believe in property value growth in Devine, so it’s enough for me to grow in value, although I hope I don’t have to for long. To test this price by selling. I will always communicate sales and costs transparently,” Patrick Takay commented on his plan.
Bakery and winery
The newly opened foodie has its own bakery, where you can get fresh sourdough bread, homemade cakes and a variety of pastries. You can also sit down with a cup of coffee. The butcher shop will delight you with selected cold cuts and meat dishes, as well as fresh salmon and shrimp on ice.
Purchase benefits are also being prepared for customers, which will be part of the digital loyalty program. If you register at the entrance, count on a face scan – the so-called face biometrics.
Subsequent registration of the customer will bring many advantages, including the opportunity to come to the store 24 hours a day, the use of artificial intelligence when buying not only food, but also wine in an excellent underground wine shop.
If so science fiction
As we have already indicated, the store will not lag behind the tech-strewn stream. On the contrary, it will outpace it with interesting “tweaks” using artificial intelligence. Based on previous purchases and tastings, a special bot will help customers, for example, with orientation in a wine shop. When you choose a wine after communicating with the bot, the room goes dark and a beam of light directs you when searching for a specific product. The offer includes local and assorted wines at a price of over 8000 euros.
The robot, named Jarvis (based on the Iron Man movie), will keep track of customers’ purchases.
“The system will record buyers’ behavior, but only if the buyer agrees. The result should be additional services for purchases. The registered buyer will be able to shop for groceries outside business hours 24 hours a day, seven days a week,” Inform the portal index.
Regular shop visitors won’t even need a shopping list on their cell phones or papers. AI must remind customers based on previous purchases what they can put in the cart.
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