Walmart has lagged e-commerce competitors such as Amazon. With the acquisition of Jet.com, Walmart hopes to leverage Jet.com's e-commerce and digital expertise to remain competitive.
As ecommerce takes hold, what will happen to Walmart’s 11,500 retail locations?
Is the class evil corporation just a misunderstood treehugger?
Is Walmart doing enough when it comes to sustainability?
One of the most polemic businesses in the world, Walmart is loved by consumers with limited budget, hated and feared by small business and seen as indispensable by many industries that sell almost their entire inventory to the company. Now, Walmart is engaging is environment-friendly initiatives. Are you skeptical about it?
Have you ever been to a “high-end Walmart” that is known for luxury and quality products? Can Walmart compete on something other than price? More so, can the Walmart business and operating model be adapted for different types of stores? The answer to all this questions is yes; in Mexico Walmex (Walmart Mexico and Central America) has been really successful in adapting its business model to serve different type of customers through several store formats.
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Walmart’s unrelenting focus on minimizing costs and low-priced items continues to create value for consumers. But how has the world’s largest retailer achieved its success?