COLORADO SPRINGS — Sam’s Club had a challenge the size of its giant-pack merchandise: How to retool its trade partnerships in a way that builds value for members, the club and its suppliers.
The resulting solution, its joint business planning program with some key suppliers, has met the challenge and is paying increased dividends, Charles Redfield, executive vice president and chief merchandising officer, said in a presentation last week at the GMA Executive Conference ...
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