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  • Jetblack lets busy mums shop via text
  • Jetblack lets busy mums shop via text
    Kyle Nieber (2018) ©
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Jetblack lets busy mums shop via text

New mums are used to shopping one handed and relying on Amazon Prime to deliver emergency diapers and wipes when supplies run low. Jetblack aims to make shopping even easier with it’s ‘text to order’ service and peer-to-peer recommendations.

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