Tulip Retail Thinks It Can Save Brick-And-Mortar And Become A $100 Billion Business. Really.

While many retailers have poured resources into their websites as well as into various kinds of in-store technology, few have focused on the one big advantage retailers enjoy: sales associates. Which is where Tulip comes in.

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