Walmart wants Indian manufacturers and D2C brands to sell in U.S. and Canada

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Walmart wants Indian manufacturers and D2C brands to sell in U.S. and Canada Flipkart-parent Walmart is using its Marketplace feature to enable Indian manufacturers and direct-to-consumer brands to sell in the United States and Canada, according to the company.

The US-based supermarket chain held a ‘Global Seller Summit’ in Delhi with the intention of holding talks to bring the US and Canadian markets under the guise of Indian sellers. The event featured over 500 brands, including D2C coffee brand Rage Coffee, ecommerce roll-up startup Mensa Brands, and D2C lifestyle brand Welspun, among others.

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Walmart wants Indian manufacturers and D2C brands to sell in U.S. and Canada

Walmart wants Indian manufacturers and D2C brands to sell in U.S. and Canada Flipkart-parent Walmart is using its Marketplace feature to enable Indian manufacturers and direct-to-consumer brands to sell in the United States and Canada, according to the company.

The US-based supermarket chain held a ‘Global Seller Summit’ in Delhi with the intention of holding talks to bring the US and Canadian markets under the guise of Indian sellers. The event featured over 500 brands, including D2C coffee brand Rage Coffee, ecommerce roll-up startup Mensa Brands, and D2C lifestyle brand Welspun, among others.

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