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About Ocado

Ocado is an independent online grocer wholly focused on the home delivery of high-quality food, drink and household goods.

Ocado Headquarter Location

Buildings 1 & 2 Trident Place Hatfield Business Park, Mosquito Way

Hatfield, England, AL10 9UL,

United Kingdom

+44 (0) 1707 227 800

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Research containing Ocado

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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned Ocado in 3 CB Insights research briefs, most recently on Dec 14, 2021.

Expert Collections containing Ocado

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Ocado is included in 2 Expert Collections, including Food & Meal Delivery.


Food & Meal Delivery

1,454 items

Startups and tech companies offering online grocery, food, beverage, and meal delivery services.


Grocery Retail Tech

691 items

Startups providing B2B solutions to grocery businesses to improve their store and omni-channel performance. Includes customer analytics platforms, in-store robots, predictive inventory management systems, online enablement for grocers and consumables retailers, and more.

Ocado Patents

Ocado has filed 130 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Energy storage
  • Data management
  • Brand name confectionery
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Mechanical power control, Energy storage, Intermodal containers, Data management, Electrical power control


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Related Topics

Mechanical power control, Energy storage, Intermodal containers, Data management, Electrical power control



Latest Ocado News

FTSE 100 Live: Markets steady after volatile week, Bitcoin recovers

May 13, 2022

FTSE 100 1% higher, Ocado rallies 5% Asia-focused shares including HSBC and Prudential are more than 2% higher amid hopes of further support to help China’s economy through current Covid disruption. The interest rate cut speculation pushed Asia markets higher as sentiment improved generally after this week’s heavy selling. The FTSE 100 lifted 1.1% or 83.25 points to 7316.59, with Ocado the top riser as investors returned following losses of more than 20% so far this month. The grocery warehouse technology business added 5% or 36.4p to 810.4p. Vodafone shares declined 2p to 116.75p after broker Jefferies removed its “buy” recommendation with a 25p lower price target of 125p. The FTSE 250 index lifted 1.3% or 258.81 points to 19,739.79, led by a rebound of 10% for private equity firm Bridgepoint and gains of more than 5% for consumer-focused technology stocks Moonpig and Trustpilot. S&P near to bear market territory The S&P 500 is heading for a sixth weekly decline having fallen 18% from its January peak, leaving the index within 100 points of bear market territory at 20% lower. UBS Global Wealth Management said investor sentiment is unlikely to improve until there’s clarity on the 3Rs — rates, recession and risk. Its chief investment officer Mark Haefele added: “The hawkish shift by the Federal Reserve has been a drag on equity markets, contributing to a rise in yields this year and thus giving investors less incentive to own riskier stocks. “For the anticipated rise in policy rates to moderate, investors will need assurances that inflation is on a consistent downward trend.” The bank’s central scenario remains that a recession can be avoided and that corporate earnings will continue to grow in 2022 and 2023. FTSE 100 set to open higher, Bitcoin rallies A late fightback for Wall Street markets should mean Europe enjoys a stronger session at the end of another volatile week for investors. Persistent inflation, slowing economic growth and the prospect of sharply higher interest rates have spooked markets, leaving the tech-focused Nasdaq 6% lower this week despite last night’s rebound into positive territory. The FTSE 100 index lost all Wednesday’s 100 point gains in trading yesterday as mining stocks including Glencore tumbled on the weaker demand outlook CMC Markets is forecasting a recovery of 70 points to 7303 after Asia markets continued the momentum built by the late improvement on Wall Street. Sentiment is likely to remain fragile, however, as this week’s US inflation figure of 8.3% has raised the prospect of more aggressive action by Federal Reserve to get prices back under control. Yesterday, San Francisco’s Mary Daly became the latest Fed official to make the case for another two half point increases at the next two central bank meetings, while chairman Jerome Powell said the priority was to get inflation back under control. The flight from risk assets has sent shockwaves through cryptocurrency markets, although there was some respite today as Bitcoin returned above $30,000. Oil prices are also firmer, with Brent crude futures trading at $109 a barrel this morning.

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