This searchable tool helps Suppliers find specific Walmart merchants, replenishment managers, and buyers in seconds. You will want to bookmark this page!
For new suppliers, getting in contact with Walmart Home Office Personnel can be challenging. It is one of the most common questions that we get asked.
Walmart doesn't publish a formal list of Walmart Buyers, Replenishment Managers, and Merchants — for all of the obvious reasons. However, sometimes suppliers need this information to explore opportunities with Walmart Departments outside of your current Department.
Fortunately, our friends at SupplyPike have developed a community-curated list of Walmart Buyers, Replenishment Managers, and Merchants. Simply select the Walmart Department of interest and see an extensive list of Walmart Home Office Contacts.
Have Some Information of Your Own?
Great! There is an option to update the public list with any changes to department personnel, contact information — even LinkedIn profiles!
Now that you know your Walmart Buyer and Replenishment Manager, learn what they require. Our Retail Link® Fundamentals Workshop takes a deep dive into the most commonly used applications in Retail Link®, including the creation of powerful reports like the Supplier Performance Scorecard.
Walmart CEO Doug McMillon said on a conference call that inflation took a toll on Walmart's top and bottom line, with fuel, container, storage and other costs spiking.
Retail Link® is Walmart's Supplier Portal, and a website where you will likely spend quite a bit of time managing your Walmart account. Let's discuss getting access to Retail Link and logging in once you have access.