Walmart invites sellers in Canada to its U.S. online marketplace

Walmart have announced that they are recruiting sellers in Canada to join its flagship U.S. Marketplace and serve a growing base of more than 120 million loyal online shoppers each month.

Walmart have been gradually opening up their U.S. marketplace to sellers in different markets. Most recently, British sellers were invited to a UK Global Seller Summit which took place in London this June.

Canadian entrepreneurs and ecommerce sellers interested in being among the first to explore the opportunity can sign up for the Virtual Walmart Global Seller Summit in Canada on Sept. 8. It will feature practical sessions hosted by Walmart executives and cross-border payments provider Payoneer. Attendees will learn how they can take advantage of simplified onboarding, streamlined fulfilment, targeted promotions, integrated financial services and other support to help them rapidly scale and grow in the U.S. and Canada.

This gives sellers on the thriving Walmart.ca marketplace an opportunity for international expansion, it also comes as local businesses, especially small- and medium-sized enterprises, are looking to reap the benefits of the Canada-United States-Mexico free trade agreement (CUSMA).

Building eCommerce marketplaces that both customers and sellers trust has been a priority for Walmart for years. Whether you are an experienced Walmart seller or new to the Walmart family, we want to help you succeed on our U.S. and Canadian marketplaces. By working together, we can serve more customers and help everyone save money and live a better life.

– Darren Carithers, senior vice president of Marketplace development, Walmart International

Entrepreneurs and ecommerce sellers interested in being among the first to explore the opportunity can sign up for the Virtual Global Seller Summit – Canada here.

To apply to join the Marketplace seller community, click here.

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