Why does Walmart have an Open Call event?
At Walmart, we believe in making a difference on the issues our customers and communities care about. We believe we can create more American jobs by supporting more American manufacturing. By making production more affordable and feasible in the United States, we can bring our customers more products made, grown or assembled in the U.S. and manufacturers can create more jobs in America.
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You can also join Walmart Marketplace to grow your business online and reach millions of Walmart.com customers
There are many ways to partner with Walmart. Selling on Walmart.com means you can expand your reach to millions of customers. Walmart Marketplace is a curated community of respected, professional online sellers, who offer top-quality, authentic products and best-in-class customer service.
We have built the Walmart Marketplace platform so you can easily integrate your catalog, manage orders and provide customer care. Once approved to sell on Marketplace, you will tap into an ecosystem of innovative solutions designed to help you sell with confidence and grow a successful business on Walmart.com. You can help accelerate your growth with our best-in-class fulfillment network–Walmart Fulfillment Services (WFS), or promote your products with Sponsored Products ad campaigns to highlight your brand in front of millions of shoppers.
Ready to join Walmart Marketplace?
Because of our curated nature, we have a set of standard requirements for applicants. To get approved to sell, make sure you have a history of marketplace or eCommerce success, the ability to manage your own catalog, and have an assortment of products with standard product identifiers such as a Global Trade Item Numbers (GTINs) or a Universal Product Codes (UPCs).
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1 Per Boston Consulting Group using data from the Economic Policy Institute and Bureau of Labor statistics.