Navigating E-Commerce’s Last MileJuly 18, 2019Northwest Marketing 1EntrepreneurshipCarriers, particularly the big ones, have gotten pretty good at getting all of those items across the country in bulk. But getting each one from a point of distribution to customers’ homes — commonly referred to as “the last mile” — poses an economic challenge, especially in less-dense suburban and rural areas. It’s expensive and inefficient, with trucks from UPS, FedEx, the U.S.Read MoreKnow more about Darden TEP Tweet Share Share Email Related Posts Don’t write off a ‘failed’ entrepreneur To 'fail' doesn't mean failure. It only means there's still a chance for success How does a 130 year-old company like Nintendo survive? Video games generate billions of dollars a year. The industry has been dominated in recent years by three major players: Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo.