Reinventing tomorrow’s digital commerce
Read how Carrefour Taiwan and Carrefour France decided to communicate their Act for Food initiatives through video games!
Greenweez, Europe’s leader in organic food, was launched in 2008 and its growth was made possible thanks to specific digital levers and innovation.
Long registration on websites for new users can end up in a high drop-off rate. That is why Carrefour Belgium decided to revamp its sign-up process!
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As the online demands exploded during the Covid-19 lockdown, Carrefour Argentina designed and developed a brand express delivery service, Tu Pedido. It enabled customers to order and receive their groceries within 24H.
By integrating Carrefour’s V.I.E. Digital Talent Program, talents will have the opportunity to benefit from an international experience, a personalized follow up and greater internal job opportunities.