Walmart to support 50,000 small firms in India

Will Green is news editor of Supply Management
11 December 2019

Walmart has announced a supplier development programme in India to help small firms take part in global supply chains.

Under the Walmart Vriddhi Supplier Development Program, 50,000 small businesses will be trained and prepared to become “part of the supply chains of Flipkart, Walmart Global Sourcing and Walmart India, or those of other domestic and international companies”, said Walmart.

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