#MadeInUSA

Walmart is leading American renewal through its commitment to purchase an additional $250 billion in products made, sourced or grown in the U.S. by 2023. 

By investing in products that support American jobs, Walmart can plan a role in accelerating growth in U.S. manufacturing. By collaborating with Suppliers, engaging industry experts, and leveraging our scale, Walmart’s commitment could create up to 1 million new American jobs*.   

To underscore Walmart’s commitment we hosted our 4th U.S. Manufacturing Summit with the theme of “Investing in American Jobs”.  View the day’s highlights.  The event also included another exciting Open Call for new U.S.-made products.

Supplier Academy Sessions:

  • The Walmart Customer - “Made in the USA” is a strong driver of purchase decisions – second only to price. Hear from Tony Rogers Walmart’s Chief Marketing Officer, and Matt Kistler, SVP Walmart Global Customer Insights and Analytics, as they discuss how consumer perceptions of your brands and items are impacted by the Made in USA label. This session will focus on customer insights and how Walmart and Suppliers are communicating to our customers, and how you can engage with Walmart thru the marketing of your products. Watch the replay »
  • U.S. Manufacturing Trends and Insights - The major trends that led to a US manufacturing resurgence include highly competitive productivity-adjusted labor costs and low energy prices. But how will more recent trends such as the strengthening dollar and advanced robotics impact the trajectory of US manufacturing? The Boston Consulting Group will lead a session on current US manufacturing trends, and the emerging factors that will shape the US manufacturing sector in the years to come. Watch the replay »
  • Paths to U.S. Manufacturing Navigating the complexities of locating or expanding factories in the US remains a top challenge for Walmart suppliers. This session will explore how to best engage with the federal and state governments to understand available resources and incentives. Learn about the resources Walmart has gathered to assist you in site selection and component manufacturing. Hear a success story on how to publicly grand open your new operation that positively impacts your community. Watch the replay »
  • Doing Business with Walmart - Walmart wants to make the supplier onboarding process as simple and transparent as possible. Join this session to learn how to navigate the various requirements and processes to get started with Walmart as a new supplier. Hear from Walmart resource teams including Supplier Administration, Supplier Diversity and others to understand how your business can benefit by leveraging these resources.

*according to Boston Consulting Group