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RING GROUND ZERO WITH WALMARTS…

Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010

The buzz today emanates from people talking about Walmart U.S. President Bill Simon’s comments about going small touted in a Salon article yesterday. Al Norman knows, like regular readers of The Writing On The Wal, that small mart is nothing new. The company has been playing with the idea for a while now. Norman writes: […]

It depends upon how you define “sold out.”

Monday, November 10th, 2008

Jeffrey Hollender is a pretty cool guy. His company, Seventh Generation, makes some of the best consumer products on the market today. My son owes him a particular debt of gratitude because every other diaper on the market (except the ones they sold in Romania) gave him a rash. Because of his company’s concern for […]

MARKETSIDE HEADED FOR SAN DIEGO…

Thursday, September 11th, 2008

In cut-throat retail the rule is that if your competitor opens up a store on the northeast corner of an intersection, you open a store on the southwest corner. It works for McDonald’s and Burger King. It didn’t work for Revco and CVS. CVS bought Revco in 1997. How is will play out for Walmart […]

Walmart finally admits that its name is commercial poison.

Tuesday, August 26th, 2008

From Wal-Mart Watch, discussing a Financial Times article about Walmart’s new Marketside stores: Marketside’s small format isn’t the only thing that distinguishes the pilot program from other Wal-Mart stores. Marketsides have completely independent design elements and don’t mention the word “Wal-Mart.” [Emphasis added.] Correct me if I’m wrong, but isn’t Walmart spending millions of dollars […]

MARKETSIDE’S PROMISES…

Wednesday, June 25th, 2008

The Financial Times notes that Wal-Mart has formally confirmed the locations of the first four Marketside boutique grocery stores around Phoenix, Arizona. The words on the website promise great things. But then flacks always do. Can you imagine Wal-Mart proclaiming of one of its supercenters: Our associates are passionate about food — and about delivering […]

DAVID WILD LEAVES WAL-MART’S MARKETSIDE…

Saturday, June 21st, 2008

Top executives move around among corporate jobs like water skeeters on a creek in July, but it’s not good when a vice president in charge of a new risky venture for a company decides to leave the country to take a better job. From Supermarket News: David Wild, who was said to be heading up […]

WAL-MART ABANDONING LOW PRICES…?

Friday, June 13th, 2008

Not really, but in its Marketside groceries, Wal-Mart appears to be making yet another bumbling attempt to go upscale with what it’s calling a premium format. Note to management: Has anyone at headquarters realized that Yuppies are so last century? From The Financial Times: Wal-Mart’s new small format Marketside grocery stores may be less focused […]

JUST WHO WILL BE THE CUSTOMER…?

Saturday, May 17th, 2008

Has Wal-Mart waited too long to roll out its upscale boutique food market model? I mentioned yesterday that public relations gaffe of tagging the Marketside stores as the place for fresh and delicious food and the highest level of customer service. With sales down at the cheap fast-food chains, does Wal-Mart really think all those […]

AND IN THE OTHER GAZILLION STORES…?

Friday, May 16th, 2008

According to the Financial Times: Wal-Mart says it will be pursuing a “passion for fresh and delicious food” and “the highest level of customer service” in small neighbourhood grocery stores – its first new format for a decade. And in it’s other stores? This is a classic public relations gaffe. By implying that its Marketside […]

WAL-MART’S LONELY CHICAGO BEACHHEAD…

Thursday, March 20th, 2008

Wal-Mart’s entrance into the large urban market of Chicago looks destined to become the equivalent of Fort Lonesome. The solitary outpost of save money live better (if your family name is Walton) on Chicago’s southside opened to great fanfare and controversy. Chicago wants to avoid more of either. From The Chicago Tribune: The city of […]

FILLING IN WAL-MART’S MARKETSIDE PICTURE…

Monday, February 4th, 2008

I’m a bit of a retail wonk because my first professional job in the civilian world was an editor for a magazine covering the automotive aftermarket (that’s vehicle parts, accessories, chemicals and sundries). That’s why I’ve interested in Wal-Mart’s Marketside stores. From The Financial Times: Wal-Mart declined to give details of the new stores, but […]