Fast and fabulous: Estée Lauder drives sales with Uber

Beauty and burgers collide in a new partnership between Estée Lauder and food delivery platform Uber Eats. In 20 cities across the US, Estée Lauder’s Jo Malone and Origin products can now be ordered through the Uber Eats app and Postmates, a delivery platform acquired by Uber last year.  The partnership heralds a new chapter of rapid beauty delivery, with couriers connecting retailers to consumers in the time it would take to whip up fries – and for the same price. Delivery costs

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