500 Billion Reasons to Win with Walmart Digital Commerce
Room: Harbor H
Walmart has been rapidly transforming through acquisitions, site redesigns, systems integration, online grocery pickup and delivery expansion, mobile app assistance, instore pickup tower rollout, and new strategic alliances to meet the changing demands of its customers. The speed of change has left many brands struggling to keep up.In this session, Mark Stamps, Director of Digital Commerce at Harvest Group will provide a detailed dive into the latest changes to the Walmart commerce ecosystem and provide perspectives on how manufacturers can invest in Walmart’s retail strategies to win. Mark will share case study examples on how to navigate Walmart.com’s upgraded site experience and highlight key strategies and tactics on how to compete more effectively on-site. Assortment and pricing strategies, integration of online and in-store tactics, content and on-site search optimization, and specific marketing investments will all be part of the winning solutions that Mark will provide.
Mark Stamps | Director of Digital Commerce | The Harvest Group
Mark Stamps is Director of Digital Commerce & Advanced Analytics at Harvest Group – a leading omni-channel agency that provides full-service management teams & consulting services for consumer packaged goods companies at the world’s largest retailers.
Mark began his career leading merchandising systems development for Walmart and Sam’s Club before launching his CPG career by joining Procter & Gamble – where he ended up delivering record sales across P&G’s expansive brand portfolio on Walmart’s Global eCommerce platforms. Mark has also worked for Mars-Wrigley Confectionery and Philips Personal Health brands.
Michael Turner | Digital Commerce Lead | The Harvest Group
Michael Turner is the Digital Commerce Lead at Harvest Group – a leading omni-channel agency that provides full-service management teams & consulting services for consumer packaged goods companies at the world’s largest retailers.
Michael started his retail journey in Walmart brick & mortar, pursuing technical innovation in supply chain management. From there, he jumped into the evolving space of Walmart digital commerce, bringing together the store and online experiences. Michael is also experienced in software development, advanced analytics, and Amazon marketplace selling.