Walmart will be introducing new in-store and online advertising opportunities for brand marketers next year in an effort to facilitate ads that shoppers “don’t hate,” revealed the retailer’s director of omnichannel advertising transformation and acceleration, Whitney Cooper, during a keynote session at the Path to Purchase Digital Expo.
Procter & Gamble brought a four-week “holiday rebate” program to Walgreens in November that promises a $10 store gift card with purchase of four qualifying products from some of the manufacturer’s personal care brands.
Authentic influencer content is one way Clorox Co.’s Burt’s Bees establishes trust with beauty and self-care shoppers, and the brand’s multiyear relationship with celebrity Jana Kramer provided the foundation needed to continue reaching Walmart shoppers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
From leaning in to retail media networks to creating third-party marketplaces, even established retailers that have entrenched business models have made bold moves this year, according to Ahold Delhaize's Mark Williamson, who says partnership is the recipe for success in these endeavors.
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