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Wallmart

  1. 1. Wal-MartWal-Mart A Global GiantA Global Giant Saloni sharmaSaloni sharma Roll No. 1330Roll No. 1330 SEM- IIISEM- III
  2. 2. Founder: Sam WaltonFounder: Sam Walton  Sam Walton was born in Kingfish,Sam Walton was born in Kingfish, Oklahoma on March 29, 1918.Oklahoma on March 29, 1918.  In 1940, he started his business career byIn 1940, he started his business career by opening the first Ben Franklinopening the first Ben Franklin franchises in Arkansas.franchises in Arkansas.
  3. 3. Wal-Mart HistoryWal-Mart History FoundingFounding  In 1962, Sam Walton opened the first Wal-MartIn 1962, Sam Walton opened the first Wal-Mart in Rogers, Arkansasin Rogers, Arkansas  In 1969, company became an incorporatedIn 1969, company became an incorporated companycompany  Their mission is to “serve our Associates andTheir mission is to “serve our Associates and customers with compassion and integrity.Theircustomers with compassion and integrity.Their emphasis is on our Associates, children,emphasis is on our Associates, children, families, the local community and other localfamilies, the local community and other local
  4. 4. SWOT AnalysisSWOT Analysis o StrengthsStrengths  Scale of operationsScale of operations  Competence inCompetence in informationinformation systemssystems  Wide range of productsWide range of products  Cost leadership strategyCost leadership strategy  International operationsInternational operations o WeaknessesWeaknesses  Labour related lawsuitsLabour related lawsuits  High employee turnoverHigh employee turnover  Little differentiationLittle differentiation  Negative publicityNegative publicity
  5. 5. SWOTSWOT AnalysisAnalysis  OpportunitiesOpportunities  Retail market growthRetail market growth in emerging marketsin emerging markets  Rising acceptance ofRising acceptance of own label productsown label products  Trend toward healthyTrend toward healthy eatingeating  Online shoppingOnline shopping growthgrowth  ThreatsThreats  Increasing onlineIncreasing online competitorscompetitors  Increasing resistanceIncreasing resistance from local communitiesfrom local communities  Rising commoditiesRising commodities pricesprices
  6. 6. Walmart GrowthWalmart Growth Corporate Info, Revenue andCorporate Info, Revenue and ReturnsReturns  Headquarters: Bentonville, AR, United States of America  CEO: C. Douglas McMillon
  7. 7. FINANCIAL STRENGTHFINANCIAL STRENGTH  Revenues $4,76,294 MillionsRevenues $4,76,294 Millions  Profits $16,002 MilllionsProfits $16,002 Milllions  Total Assets $2,04,751 MillionsTotal Assets $2,04,751 Millions  Shareholder’sShareholder’s equity $76,255 Millionsequity $76,255 Millions  Market ValueMarket Value (31 March,21014) $2,46,805.90 Millions(31 March,21014) $2,46,805.90 Millions
  8. 8. Wal-Mart 2014Wal-Mart 2014 ProjectionsProjections  In 2014, Wal-Mart will add 115 supercenters, 35In 2014, Wal-Mart will add 115 supercenters, 35 to 40 units will be renovations and expansions,to 40 units will be renovations and expansions, while 75 to 80 will be new stores.while 75 to 80 will be new stores.  That is about 17 million square feet of additionalThat is about 17 million square feet of additional selling space.selling space.  Walmart’s three operating segments areWalmart’s three operating segments are projected to add between 36 million and 40projected to add between 36 million and 40 million retail square feet in 2014million retail square feet in 2014
  9. 9. Programs Wal-Mart FundsPrograms Wal-Mart Funds  Community GrantsCommunity Grants  EducationEducation  Military SupportMilitary Support  Disaster ReliefDisaster Relief  LiteracyLiteracy  The World of MedicineThe World of Medicine  Child Safety and Missing ChildrenChild Safety and Missing Children  Volunteerism Always PaysVolunteerism Always Pays
  10. 10. Wal-Mart in IndiaWal-Mart in India  On Nov 27, 2006,Bharti enterprises andOn Nov 27, 2006,Bharti enterprises and wal mart entered into a joint venture ofwal mart entered into a joint venture of equal partnership to function in the Cashequal partnership to function in the Cash and Carry formatand Carry format  By August 2007 there was a first store inBy August 2007 there was a first store in IndiaIndia
  11. 11. Competitors in IndiaCompetitors in India  Future GroupFuture Group  RPGRPG  Reliance retailsReliance retails  Aditya Birla GroupAditya Birla Group
  12. 12. Wal-Mart used a planned strategy to enter IndiaWal-Mart used a planned strategy to enter India As a responsible company, Wal-Mart India strives to improve theAs a responsible company, Wal-Mart India strives to improve the quality of life for employees, customers and communitiesquality of life for employees, customers and communities through financial contributions, in-kind donations andthrough financial contributions, in-kind donations and volunteerism.volunteerism.
  13. 13. Thank YouThank You

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