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Amazon Scout

A machine learning Pinterest competitor. Shop with 👍or 👎.

Amazon Scout helps you find the products you love. Like or dislike products to narrow down products in furniture, bedding, fashion, and more.

CNBC
April Greer | The Washington Post | Getty Images Amazon is testing out a shopping site for consumers who don't know specifically what they want but are willing to take some automated recommendations to help them find it.
Engadget
The Scout site only covers a handful of categories at the moment. Most of it involves decor and furniture, such as tables, vases and lighting. You'll also find bedding, dinnerware and women's shoes. Amazon is promising more categories in the future, so don't despair if you're unsure about toys or handbags.
TechCrunch
Amazon is experimenting with a new tool called Scout designed to help shoppers better figure out what they want to buy in a more visual fashion, according to a report from CNBC, which first spotted Scout live on Amazon's site. Using a combination of imagery, a thumbs up and down voting mechan...
5 Alternatives to Amazon Scout

Jet

Club price savings on pretty much anything you buy

Jet is a one-stop-shopping experience for all of your favorite essentials. Get more discounts for every additional item you add to your cart.

Business Insider
Walmart acquired Jet.com roughly one year ago. Jet executives say the acquisition has let them chase a more specific customer: the urban millennial. Jet's president, Liza Landsman, says it was important for Walmart to "let Jet be Jet."
4 Alternatives to Jet

Brandless

Home, health, and beauty products for $3/ea. No brands.

Business Insider
Brandless is a new ecommerce startup offering a wide assortment of household and food items, each at the magical price of $3. The idea behind Brandless is that it can add value for the consumer by selling quality merchandise without a so-called "brand tax."
TechCrunch
It's probably never been a better time to be a new CPG brand. Thanks to new distribution channels like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube, it's never been easier - or cheaper - for a new brand to build and audience and find customers online.
BuzzFeed
Brandless is a San Francisco-based startup looking to shake things up with its recently launched online grocery store. Everything, from blueberry flax oatmeal to toilet cleaner, is only $3. Everything - EVERYTHING - in the store is just $3, though it's all from the "Brandless" brand.
Delish
Like Willy Wonka's factory existing IRL or zero-calorie ice cream that doesn't taste like styrofoam, a $3-or-less grocery store specializing in organic, GMO-free foods seemed too good to be true. Oh, and most of the products are fair trade, without added sugar, too. That's what Brandless, a new online grocery store, offers.
Fast Company
A few years ago, Ido Leffler, a Bay Area-based entrepreneur and founder, woke up in the middle of the night, suddenly bothered by a system he'd been participating in his whole life: the inflated cost of consumer packaged goods. "It just hit me: Why were we spending $15 or $20 on things that cost maybe $2 or $3 to make?"
Bon Appetit
The future of grocery shopping is online-and incredibly cheap. On the heels of the news that Amazon is buying Whole Foods for $13.7 billion, a new company is selling hundreds of pantry staples for $3 or less on its new site, Brandless.
3 Alternatives to Brandless
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