Walmart and Lord & Taylor Detail E-commerce Partnership


Bentonville, Ark.-based retail giant Walmart and Hudson’s Bay Company’s department store Lord & Taylor have revealed details about their partnership to revamp the shopping experience on walmart.com. Slated to roll out in phases within the next several weeks, the online shop-in-shop will showcase items from more than 125 brands sold at Lord & Taylor. According to CNBC, both companies anticipate a sales boost as a result of the unique integration.

Previously announced in late 2017, the partnership also coincides with reports that Brampton, Ontario-based Hudson’s Bay has been pursuing methods of revitalizing the Lord & Taylor brand.

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