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This is fantastic work! I was really impressed with the cost savings Algramo is providing to customers and market shops while giving customers the opportunity to buy more product at the same cost as product+packaging.
How did Algramo convince shops and consumers to try out its vending process and products? It always seems to be a challenge to get those first few early adopters to try out a promising idea. Was a cost benefit model enough or were there other environmental or social impact concerns that helped to convince them to try out your system?