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  • 1.
    • Successes , failures and prospects of United States consumer goods 。
    • (case study of Wal Mart)
    • [Being a Term Paper] 
    • Presented by
    • Agwaza A.Jonathan IUP200901
    • Valkov Vitaly IUP200806
    • Banda J. Paikani IUP200903   
    • The Department of Business Management
    • Course: Macro Finance
    • Surrey international Institute DUFE. 
    • In Partial Fulfillment for the requirement of the Award of test scores in Macro Finance 
    •  
  • 2. Introduction
    • Consumer goods can also be seen as broad category that covers mass-market items divided into consumer durables, consumers’ non-durables, and soft goods
    • Consumers’ goods industries are rising higher and higher day by day because of increase in households’ demands and their capabilities of acquiring such goods.
    • Wal-Mart is the major key player in the cells of United States consumer goods.
  • 3.
    • As demand for consumer goods move higher, producers are left with no choice but to increase their production levels
    • A successful sales program is necessary for earning profit by any business enterprise .
    • Wal Mart has been one of the major united state markets for consumer goods since 1950.
  • 4. Save Money. Live Better.
    • “ There is only one boss – the customer. And he can fire everybody in the company from the chairman on down, simply by spending his money somewhere else.” – Sam Walton
  • 5. Birth of Corporation
    • Sam Walton began his career with becoming a sales trainee.
    • He was not a model employee
    • First store in Newport, Arkansas
    • New price strategy
  • 6. Birth of Corporation
    • 10 Commandments
      • Commit to your business.
      • Share your profits with your associates and treat them like your partners.
      • Energize your colleagues.
      • Communicate everything you possibly can to your partners.
      • Appreciate everything your associates do for the business..
  • 7.
      • Celebrate your success.
      • Listen to everyone in your company.
      • Exceed your customers’ expectations.
      • Control your expenses better than your competition.
      • Blaze your own path.
  • 8. Birth of Corporation
    • Walton’s Five and Dime in Bentonville, 1950
    • Ahead competitors
    • Expansion after knowing recipe of success
  • 9. Financial Successes of Wal-Mart
    • Innovative way of selling products made Wal-Mart very successful.
    • New financial records
      • Net sales rose 9.5% $312.4 billion.
      • Income rose 9.4% $11.4 billion.
      • Earnings per share grew from $2.41 to $2.68
      • Four Retail Divisions
        • Wal-Mart Supercenters
        • Wal-Mart Discount Stores
        • Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market
        • Sam’s Club warehouses
  • 10. Financial Successes of Wal-Mart
    • 2006 year of great Wal-Mart’s International Expansion
      • 537 new international stores
      • 50,000 new work places
    • Near 70 supplying countries
    • Still Increasing
    • Overshadowing competitors
  • 11. Financial Successes of Wal-Mart
    • Revenue ▲ $404.16 Billion ( 2009 )
    • Operating income ▲ $30.07 Billion ( 2009 )
    • Net Income ▲ $13.59 Billion ( 2009 )
    • Total assets ▲ $163.514 Billion (2007)
    • Total equity ▲ $64.608 Billion ( 2007 )
    • Employees approx. 2,100,000 ( 2008 )
    • “ Wal-Mart is more than just the world largest retailer, it is an economic force and cultural phenomenon”. (How Wal-Mart Works)
  • 12. Prospects of Wal-Mart
    • California market
    • green technology
    • major markets.
    • strategy to further improve Customer-Product combinations
  • 13. Conclusion
    • profitable corporation
    • successes in many countries
    • stands to be the largest marketer.
  • 14.
    • THANK YOU