The Amazon you love if you’re a consumer or hate if you’re a competing retailer won’t be the Amazon of the future.
According to Forbes contributor Michael Kanellos, Amazon eventually will focus on providing logistics and it’s biggest competitors “will be men in shorts: logistics companies like UPS and FedEx.”
Sound farfetched? Maybe. But Kanellos offers an interesting take on some recent Amazon moves.
“Amazon is at a crossroads. The company garners billions a year in revenue from selling e-books, household items and vacuuming up rising retailers like Zappos. Retailing, though, can be a difficult single-digit margin business,” Kanellos writes.
Here’s his full story: Will Amazon Become the Next FedEX?