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Chiper is transforming neighborhood stores and empowering shop owners through a more efficient and fully integrated ecosystem.
By creating a branded network of corner stores in LatAm, Chiper is converting family-owned mom and pop shops to competitive corner stores. The company connects shop owners directly with manufacturers and shortens the distribution channel through their tech-driven platform. Stores can then sell more, stay organized, and in turn increase value and experience for consumers. Chiper's technology leverages ML to optimize operations and merchandising for every store. Overall, the technology and process improvements increase margins for its stores significantly
The team has already established operations in Bogota and Cali, and is working hard to expand its model to other cities in Colombia and Latin America.
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