Don’t miss our eighth annual Walmart Forum at the Embassy Suites in Bentonville where we will come together will our supplier partners to discuss the current state of Walmart’s business and what to expect in 2020. You will be among over 200 attendees from a wide range of supplier companies and categories that are looking to find the right formula to capture growth at Walmart and the overall retail channel.
CRC will share key takeaways from Walmart’s management team and most importantly our perspective on how to strategically position your business to respond to the company’s forward-looking strategies and initiatives.
The goal of the Forum is to answer your strategic and tactical questions that will better equip your Walmart team across all functions heading into 2019 (sales, marketing, analytics, insights, finance, supply chain). In addition to attending the presentations, attendees will also have the chance to network with your peers and the experts that we have brought together.
Agenda to be released at a later date.
Embassy Suites Northwest Arkansas
3303 S Pinnacle Hills Pkwy
Rogers, AR 72758
Executive Director, Traditional Retail Council, Cleveland Research Company
Jackie joined Cleveland Research in 2010, and serves as the Executive Director of the Traditional Retail Council dedicated to writing research and hosting events for suppliers and manufacturers to help optimize their business in the mass, club, grocery, dollar, discount, drug, and specialty retail channels.
Prior to her current role, Jackie was an equity research analyst covering the food retail and foodservice industries. She also worked as Data and Media Manager for a full-service B2B marketing agency in Chicago, overseeing all media and data-related purchases internally and for the firm’s clients.
Senior Research Analyst, Cleveland Research Company
Scott is the Senior Research Analyst covering the grocery, mass, club and dollar channels at Cleveland Research, in addition to Amazon. He has a background in finance/economics and leads the company’s Equity Research function for the channels described previously (catering to institutional investor clients). This includes channel research, report writing, financial modeling and client marketing. Scott also plays a role in the Market Research business, helping with product and presentations.
He has been with Cleveland Research since the company’s founding in 2006 and is a Partner in the company. Scott holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from John Carroll University.