Walmart Expo 2013 for Suppliers

The transnational is calling on companies interested in selling their products to participate in the fair to be held in Guatemala from 26 to 28 February.

Monday, January 21, 2013

From 26 to 28 February over a thousand store managers, executives and buyers from Walmart in CA and Mexico will meet in the Industrial Park in Guatemala City to discuss new product proposals.

The aim of the exhibition is to inform partners of shops and commercial areas, about the information on their products and mainly the innovations that will generate value for customers in 2013.

Companies interested in doing business with Walmart, should have available a profile of the company, a product catalog and a FOB price list in U.S. dollars.

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