October 23rd, 2016
One analyst offers insight into how Walmart and Amazon use data to make important business decisions: “It is therefore easy to understand why Wal-Mart Stores decided to pay $3.3 billion back in August to acquire Jet.com—a money-losing start-up and a challenger to Amazon—to play catch up. But whatever led Amazon to expand its physical presence offline can’t be incremental revenue alone. Amazon has already developed numerous network businesses over the years, including companies that offer video streaming, enterprise cloud computing...Read More
October 23rd, 2016
Mexico and the United States are working together to standardize their organic certification programs: “The Joint Organic Compliance Committee will be formed under the terms of an agreement signed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Marketing Service Administrator Elanor Starmer and Enrique Sánchez Cruz, director in chief of the National Service for Animal and Plant Health, Food Safety and Quality of Mexico, according to a news release.“ Resources for Walmart Suppliers Crowdfunding Your Supplier Business Courses for Walmart...Read More
October 22nd, 2016
Aldi is making an effort to improve its store design in hopes of competing with other, slightly more upscale retailers: “Aldi debuted the new design this month at a store in Richmond, Virginia, and it looks almost identical to Whole Foods’ new cheaper chain of stores called 365 by Whole Foods.“ Resources for Walmart Suppliers Crowdfunding Your Supplier Business Courses for Walmart SuppliersRead More
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