Walmart isn’t fun like Target, say analysts
Discount retailer Walmart isn’t sitting on its thumbs while Target prepares for its expansion into Canada next year—Walmart is planning to remodel and open 73 new Canadian stores this year, bringing the number of locations to almost 400. Walmart investors are set to meet in Toronto on Wednesday and Thursday next week to discuss the Canadian retail market and, presumably, prepare for the company’s biggest competitor since its arrival in 1999. Director of global research for Planet Retail Natalie Berg told Reuters that Target “has the fun factor. They will come in and wow Canadian shoppers. Walmart will have no choice but to become even fiercer on price.” And we can’t say we disagree, considering Target has really built a good reputation with buzzed-about clothing and home decor collaborations, while Walmart has relied on being the lowest price guaranteed. It’ll be interesting to see how low Walmart will go in its pricing and fun strategies. Read the full story [Montreal Gazette] »
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You mean the same Target whose US CEO was caught repeatedly making donations to anti-gay political candidates, tried but failed to stop a marriage equality group to hand out flyers at their San Diego store parking lot while letting other groups do so, and which Lady Gaga broke off relations with them because of their anti-gay actions?
Thanks, but I won’t be giving my business to them.
I like them even more
A quick look at scopes.com (the urban legend site) will tell you that the anti-Target e-mail campaign is, essentially, nonsense.
If they give better customer service I can live with it and besides that happened in the US I doubt seriously it would happen here. The only anti-gay here is Rob Ford but I could care less what he does or thinks as long as it doesn’t effect me personally. The clothes in Walmart are atrocious though cheap even for the plus sizes I would rather try Target though as I have shopped in their store in Seattle.
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