Asset: Retail Zipline named to Fast Company’s honorable mention list of World Changing Ideas for 2021

Press | May 5, 2021

Retail Zipline named to Fast Company’s honorable mention list of World Changing Ideas for 2021
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Retail Zipline has been named to Fast Company’s accredited annual list of World Changing Ideas for 2021 as an honorable mention in the Software category. The list features businesses, policies, projects, and concepts that are actively engaged and deeply committed to pursuing innovation across every industry.

“We’re truly honored to have our communications technology featured by Fast Company as a World Changing Idea as 2020 turned the retail landscape upside down,” Melissa Wong, CEO and co-founder of Retail Zipline. “Retail Zipline’s COVID-19 Hub will continue to be a thriving digital resource that easily aggregates and personalizes complicated information and resources into bite-size pieces. Our solution helps make the complex simple and enables retailers to lead their teams through unforeseen challenges smoothly and safely.”

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