JetBlue Plans to Launch New Flights to London
The low-cost airline company announced that it plans to roll out flights from New York and Boston to London, England. The company expects to launch from both New York and Boston in 2021.
The move would be the first European destination for the airline carrier. The destination looks to help JetBlue in its expansion strategy and offer service to it’s loyal business and leisure customers who have previously been forced to fly with other carriers to and from London.
JetBlue has not stated which London airports it will serve.
Macy’s Launches a New Retail Experience
The department store chain announced that it’s rolling out STORY, a retail experience that looks to “bring to life an editorial approach to retail in 36 Macy’s stores nationwide.”
The initial store theme will be on the subject of color where customers across the US will be able to “explore and experience color through a rainbow of curated, giftable products and through a range of more than 300 fun color-inspired events.”
The new retail experience looks to average around “1,500 square feet, cumulatively representing more than 55,000 square feet of main-floor retail space.”
Accenture Teams up with Google Cloud
The management consulting and professional services firm announced that it’s will be teaming up with Google Cloud to “create solutions using Google Cloud artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) technology for Fortune 2000 clients in the financial services, insurance, energy, utilities, travel, retail, communications, media and technology industries.”
According to a company press release, the collaboration looks to help enterprise clients modernize their businesses and improve their customer experiences around three key areas: the enablement of multi-channel client interactions, data management improvement, and creating solutions for hyper-personalized services in marketing and sales.