No Need to Delay: Demand it Your Way

Remove waiting from your vocabulary. From what we see, to what we do, instant gratification is at our fingertips. Technological innovations in this digital age let us satisfy our needs through the push of a button. Take advantage of the latest on-demand trends happening today.

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Amazon Prime–Delivered Right to Your Doorstep

It’s fast; it’s easy and (sometimes) free. You get unlimited deliveries with no minimum order size, and choosing from 20 million eligible items, the options are practically endless. Prime members also get free same-day delivery on more than a million products shipped to selected metro areas across the US. Now any shopping urges big or small will have the luxury of arriving at your earliest convenience.

Netflix–Immediate TV and Movies

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Curl up on the couch and catch up on your favorite guilty pleasures or find something new that peeks your interest. No need to make a trip to the library anymore, Netflix is available anytime, anywhere.

JetSmarter–Fly Instantly

Private air travel is now accessible through a mobile app that connects you to flights effortlessly. Once a member, some of the key services include finding an existing scheduled flight or creating your own shuttle, access to spontaneous private jet giveaways with free seats and real-time private jet booking with guaranteed availability in more than 170 countries.

Warby Parker–Eyewear on Demand


Peruse through trendy shades and specs and mail your top five choices home at no cost. You have five days to decide which ones are for you and return shipping is free. Once you’ve settled on a good looking frame or two, Warby Parker sends you a fresh new pair.

Open Table–Express Dining

Calling for a reservation is old news. Choose from 31,000 restaurants around the world to save a seat using Open Table.

Uber–Rapid Rides

Download the mobile app and get a ride in minutes. A base rate of $1.25 per mile and 27 cents per minute typically makes Uber cheaper than a cab. The app matches you with local drivers at your request.