Macy’s unveils new Facebook page with timeline features
New York City — Macy’s has unveiled the launch of its new Facebook page. Shifting to Facebook’s new timeline format, Macy’s will now share the history of its brand, as well as the company’s current news and initiatives.
“Storytelling is such an intrinsic part of Macy’s DNA, and Macy’s Facebook Page allows us to give our fans a platform where they can share their own stories and memories about their experiences at Macy’s – whether shopping for a special outfit, visiting Santa or watching Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade with family,” said Martine Reardon, chief marketing officer of Macy’s.
Guess makes executive appointments
Los Angeles — Guess Inc. has appointed Chet Kuchinad as chief people officer and Amber Tarshis as senior VP marketing.
Kuchinad joined Guess on Feb. 1. His experience also includes senior executive roles at Nike and Starbucks Coffee Co.
Tarshis joined the company on Feb. 13. She most recently served as chief marketing officer for The Hub TV Network, a joint venture between Discovery Communications and Hasbro.
Walmart rolls out the financial big guns
BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Three Wal-Mart Stores executives will share insights at two key retail conferences on March 7.
CFO Charles Holley will provide an update on the company’s financial priorities as the keynote speaker at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch 2012 Consumer & Retail Conference in New York at approximately 8 a.m. EST. SVP and treasurer Jeff Davis and Walmart international CFO Cathy Smith will take the stage at the Raymond James 33rd Annual Institutional Investors Conference in Orlando, Fla., at approximately 11:35 a.m. EST to discuss the company’s international growth strategy.
Both events will be webcast live through links at http://www.walmartstores.com/investors.
The presentations will be archived for one year on the company’s website.