Jets founder, Marc Lore, an e-commerce veteran who co-founded Quidsi (Diapers.com, Soap.com, etc.), aimed Jet.com to compete directly against Amazon.com, undercutting its prices by providing bulk discounts. Walmart acquired Jet.com in part to reach new customers. Jet.com attracts urban Millennials while Walmart has attracted shoppers with low prices and a variety of pick-up options. At least initially, Jet.com will be the prime beneficiary oftheShoeBuy.com acquisition. Indeed, the ShoeBuy purchase largely mimics Jet.coms February 2016 acquisition of Hayneedle, an online home furnishings retailer, here are the findings whichhelped boost its foothold in home categories. Mike Sorabella, ShoeBuys CEO; Bob Mullaney, ShoeBuys president and COO; as well as the online retailers 200-plus employees will continue to be based in Boston and will join Walmarts e-commerce organization. The site will run independently of Jet.com and Walmart.com, though shoe brands that sell on ShoeBuy will have the option of expanding their reach onto the other sites. Jet will gain the experience of a well-established e-commerce player in the footwear industry, who has transformed the online shopping experience for millions of customers, said Walmart in a statement. ShoeBuy brings access to a large assortment of products, strong industry relationships and rich content that will further enhance our รองเท้าส้นสูง 3 นิ้ว สวยๆ customer experience. At the same time, Walmarts expertise and clout is expected to benefit ShoeBuy. ShoeBuy, founded in 1999, was one of the first companies to sell shoes online. It carries more than 800 brands and more than a million items including footwear for women, men and kids, as well as apparel and accessories, such as outerwear and handbags.
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