Target is one of the world’s most recognized brands and one of America’s leading retailers. Serving guests at over 1,800 stores nationwide and on Target.com, we make Target our guests’ preferred shopping destination by offering outstanding value, inspiration, innovation and an exceptional guest experience that no other retailer can deliver. Target is committed to responsible corporate citizenship, ethical business practices, environmental stewardship and generous community support. Since 1946, we have given 5 percent of our profits back to our communities. Our goal is to work as one team to fulfill our unique brand promise to our guests, wherever and whenever they choose to shop.
Costco is a membership warehouse club, dedicated to bringing our members the best possible prices on quality brand-name merchandise. With hundreds of locations worldwide, Costco provides a wide selection of merchandise, plus the convenience of specialty departments and exclusive member services, all designed to make your shopping experience a pleasurable one.
Vans is the original action sports footwear company, rooted in authenticity and creativity. Founded in 1966, Vans has thrived on a legacy of impacting our greater community through four pillars: action sports, music, art and street culture. We are constantly inspired by the expressive creators within our company and community as they bring new and innovative perspectives to help shape and transform the future of our business. At Vans, our culture sets us apart and influences everything we do. We are driven by five values: 1. We are determined. 2. We are connected to our consumers and to each other. 3. We are inclusive. 4. We are expressive and fun. 5. And most of all, we are a family. Our purpose to enable creative expression and inspire youth culture is fostered through our inclusivity. We welcome anyone and everyone into our global family and proudly celebrate an environment where individuality is embraced, equal opportunities thrive, and everyone is empowered to reach their greatest potential. By joining the Vans family, you will be immersed in an environment of incredibly supportive and collaborative people. We work very hard across a multitude of large initiatives to bring the Van Doren spirit to life. We live for what we do. VF Corporation VF Corporation is one of the world’s largest apparel, footwear and accessories companies connecting people to the lifestyles, activities and experiences they cherish most through a family of iconic outdoor, active and workwear brands including Vans®, The North Face®, Timberland® and Dickies®. Our purpose is to power movements of sustainable and active lifestyles for the betterment of people and our planet. We believe that when you discover the difference between a career and a calling, you get so much more out of life. When those lines begin to blur, you start to limit yourself much less and start aiming for more. That’s what we want for everyone who joins us at VF. And frankly, that’s what it takes to thrive.
Shop curated brands and city essentials, all in one place. Our mission is to give customers a better, tailored shopping experience that fits seamlessly into their daily life. An experience featuring a curated assortment of new and leading brands, because all in one place is better than all over the city. An experience that makes it easier to get your essentials, so you never run out when it counts. An experience that inspires you as you search, helping you find your favorites and discover new ones, too. The everyday can sometimes be overwhelming, but getting what you need shouldn’t be. Jet.com is changing the way the world shops with innovative technology and a people-centric approach. We move at the speed of a startup with access to unrivaled resources; our team likes to say it’s the best of both worlds. Ready for rapid growth and learning? Join us—the future of shopping is yours to build and explore. Meet our family: Bare Necessities Bonobos Eloquii Hayneedle MooseJaw Modcloth Shoes.com Walmart.com
At the junction of groceries, merchandise, and services, you'll find Carrefour (which means "crossroads"). The world's second-largest retailer (behind Wal-Mart), Carrefour operates more than 15,600 stores under various banners, including hypermarkets (Carrefour), supermarkets (Carrefour Market, formerly Champion), convenience stores (City, Express), and cash-and-carry outlets (Promocash) in about 35 countries in Europe, Latin America, and Asia. France, with more than 5,400 Carrefour stores, accounts for some 40% of the retailer's sales. Carrefour secured its spot as the #1 European retailer when it merged with food retailer Promodès and raised its banner over those stores.
This Belgian's roar can be heard from Brussels to Bali to Baltimore. Food retailer Delhaize Group runs more than 2,800 stores -- including flagship banner Delhaize Le Lion -- throughout the US, Europe, and Southeast Asia. Food retailing accounts for a lion's share of the company's profits, but it also engages in food wholesaling and non-food retailing of pet and health and beauty products. Delhaize Group's sales network consists of company-operated, affiliated, and franchised stores, 85% of which conform to the supermarket format. Other store formats include neighborhood, convenience, and specialty stores. US subsidiary Delhaize America is one of the largest supermarket operators on the East Coast.
What began as a London drapery has evolved into one of the UK's largest and arguably most diversified retailer. John Lewis Partnership (JLP) operates 28 John Lewis department stores, four at home shops, some 243 Waitrose supermarkets and convenience stores, primarily in the UK, but also abroad, and an online and catalog shopping business, John Lewis Direct. Among its business-to-business deals, John Lewis Direct delivers Waitrose products through Internet grocer Ocado. JLP's activities include subsidiaries that make wooden furniture and bedding, and a 4,000-acre Leckford Estate in Hampshire that grows produce and supplies milk, poultry, and eggs for sale at Waitrose. The company and its staff co-own JLP.
You might not find the Golden Fleece, but this multi-channel, general merchandise retailer offers plenty of other treasures. Argos is one of the UK's leading online and bricks-and-mortar retailers with some 750 locations throughout England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. The chain sells more than 35,000 products, including consumer electronics, electrical appliances, jewelry, and toys, as well as other household goods and furniture. It also sells gardening supplies, power tools, and sporting equipment. In addition to its stores, Argos sells goods through its catalog and online. Founded in 1973, Argos is the flagship brand of the Home Retail Group and accounts for more than 70% of its parent company's sales.
Today, every day, team TNG Retail Services delivers—for retailers and CPG partners across the U.S. We stock shelves, and then we help unstock them, with powerful shopper analytics that optimize merchandising for your customers, your brand and your individual stores. We’ve no hidden agenda. We’re not a broker. We’re a partner. We sort, set-up, stock, restock and re-imagine, managing product movement from back room to shopping cart, across every category, every step of the way. We’re movers and shakers. Collaborators and innovators. Experts in getting from here to there. From strategy to shopping cart. Challenge to solution. Today to tomorrow. We make the complex simple and your impossible possible. We move what moves you.
When grocery shopping in Canada, it's hard to escape the long arm of Loblaw. Loblaw Companies Ltd. is the market share leader among Canadian supermarket operators. Its corporate and franchised banners (22 in all) fly over more than 1,025 stores nationwide. Trade names include Loblaws, Atlantic SaveEasy, Extra Foods, Fortinos, No Frills, Provigo, Your Independent Grocer, Osaka, T&T, and Zehrs Markets, to name a few. Its stores offer more than 8,000 private-label products, including its signature President's Choice brand, as well as traditional and organic grocery fare. Loblaw is also Canada's largest wholesale food distributor. Loblaw Companies is a subsidiary of Canada's George Weston.