myEnso | Updates

By Norbert Hegmann

Giving the customer back the power obviously hits the nerve.

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Dear Companists,

with the principle "Who knows better how the best supermarket has to be than the customer" and therefore leaving it to the customer to decide on the assortment, shopping experience and service, myEnso obviously hits the nerve with the customers and also on the part of the manufacturers.

14,000 private customers nationwide, 10 retirement homes with 600 residents and 5 rural towns with 10,000 residents can already shop with myEnso. This is very good for the status "8 months after shop start". But much more meaningful is that these people, places and companies are still pioneers.

myEnso Bericht auf t3n

Because myEnso is still in the prototype stage and far away from the best online supermarket. And yet the pioneers continue to support myEnso with unbridled commitment to make it better. Every day, numerous product requests, suggestions for improvements, field reports and even criticisms are received. The principle inspires thus.

However, satisfaction speaks for itself even more clearly: myEnso regularly inquires about the status of satisfaction on the part of the people and achieves maximum values (see also update of 29.11.18).

myEnso is also gaining more and more manufacturers who find the direct proximity to the customer an attractive offer. Recent additions include Erlenbacher (which also supplies McCafé with cakes and pastries), Diagio (the world's leading producer of spirits), 94 Icemen, the vegetarian butcher ("Is he the end of the meat industry?" asked the New York Times) and many more.

myEnso therefore seems to be wanted - by the customer and manufacturer

But myEnso also seems to be wanted by the media and conferences. Hardly a week passes in which myEnso is not invited to an industry conference or conference or an article about myEnso is published.

The fact that myEnso is quoted and demanded so frequently is certainly due to the fact that myEnso on the one hand meets people's needs, on the other hand shakes something established that others would rather maintain and nobody consistently implements in a comparable way. This is how paradigm shifts arise.

myEnso Interview

 

Here is a selection of interesting german articles, which illustrate the resonance of the media exemplarily well:

Article on T3N Another Article on T3N  
Article on welt.de Article on StartupValley
Lokale Kreiszeitung Markenartikel
InternetWorld  

Be there at the supermarket of the future and invest in the future. Until the next update.

 

Many greetings from Bremen

Thorsten & Norbert from myEnso



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