Raanan Cohen

About Raanan Cohen

Raanan founded Bringg in 2013 with the vision of changing the way businesses deliver in the on-demand era. Raanan is a seasoned entrepreneur. He was the Founder & CEO of MobileMax, leading the company from concept to multimillion-dollar international sales and IPO. Raanan is one of the industry's foremost speakers and bloggers, a respected authority on logistics and supply chain market trends and disruptions, speaking in conferences and forums around the globe. He is an advisory board member for Eyefortransportation Limited (EFT), which puts on some of the most dynamic and influential events in the logistics and supply chain world. Raanan is a happily married father of twin girls and two boys. As an avid sports addict, Raanan has completed numerous marathons and triathlons including ironman & ultra-marathon distances.
12 01, 2017

Optimizing Deliveries: Dailyvery Case Study

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In September 2016, Nicolas Jedrazak and Magosia Sitkowska launched Dailyvery in Warsaw. To follow the global trend, they pioneered on-demand restaurant deliveries for Warsaw’s thriving food scene - where excellent new restaurants are opening every month with exciting cuisine options. Prior to this, Nicolas was the CEO of Warsaw’s largest

3 01, 2017

Optimizing Deliveries: bringpro Case Study

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  Bringpro is the Orange County's premier on-call professional delivery and installation company. Founded in 2015, bringpro has grown quickly, as many designers regularly use our service to simplify their delivery and installation logistics. Leveraging technology to improve their customers' experience, bringpro has developed systems that allow designers to

27 12, 2016

Late-Night Deliveries Are Booming

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While New York will always be known as “The city that never sleeps”, the worldwide explosion of 24/7 on-demand services has changed both business owners' and customers' mindsets. Businesses that depend on deliveries understand the potential of ‘out-of-business hours’, especially as customers around the world get accustomed to ordering what

26 12, 2016

Optimizing Deliveries: Munch-Thru Case Study

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In August 2015, Craig Miller established Munch Thru in Ashton, UK. The business idea was simple: providing the best service for people to order food from their favorite chain and get it delivered right to their door. With a fleet of four vehicles, Munch Thru currently operates in one location,

28 11, 2016

Singles Day in China and What US Retailers Can Learn

"Singles" day in China, similar to Valentines day elsewhere, used to just be a day to get random gifts for friends or go out to eat. However, Jack Ma of Alibaba had a grander vision. He saw what Amazon and other online retailers were able to do with Cyber Monday

23 11, 2016

The Logistics of Black Friday

It's the most wonderful time of the year... for some. As we roll into Thanksgiving, retailers, shippers and consumers are eyeing a different holiday - Black Friday, and it's newer counterpart, Cyber Monday. The folk-lore behind the name "Black Friday" is that in the late 1890's, after a terrible year

16 11, 2016

TPP, Retail and Shipping… and What it Means for You

With the rollercoaster of the US elections now coming to a close, it seems that the once lauded Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal is "Dead on Arrival." With that change of circumstance comes some unknowns for retailers, shippers, and consumers as well. The TPP would have marked the largest Free Trade

15 11, 2016

Walmart Brings Same-Day Delivery to China

Earlier this year, Walmart sold off some of its Chinese eCommerce assets to a local Chinese company - seen by many as Walmart's capitulation that they could not compete in a market as "difficult" as China. However, we now see that China is being far more aggressive in the Chinese

9 11, 2016

Now That We Have a Winner, Where Does Shipping Stand?

Well, it's finally over - the next United States President has been chosen. Whether you are devastated or elated today, we all now must digest the reality. Personal feelings aside, we now must look to the implications that new policies might have on logistics and supply chain professionals. This post