Walmart’s Major Digital Acquisitions

By Steven Melendez |  February 20, 2018

Below is a list of digital acquisitions made by Walmart as it moves further into the e-commerce space. Included on this list is the product search engine, Kosmix, e-commerce site,, and the Stylr deal-finder app. To learn more about a company (or the terms of the acquisition), click on its name.

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Company Date Price Description
Kosmix Apr 2011 Reportedly more than $300 million Search and social shopping
Grabble Nov 2011 Undisclosed Startup integrating in-store checkout systems with mobile devices
Small Society Jan 2012 Undisclosed Agency building mobile apps for major companies
Inkiru Jun 2013 Undisclosed Predictive analytics software for retailers
Reclip.It Oct 2013 Undisclosed Shopping list and coupon app
Yumprint Feb 2014 Undisclosed Software turning recipes into shopping lists
Adchemy May 2014 Undisclosed Software to optimize online ad campaigns
Stylr Jun 2014 Undisclosed Mobile search engine for clothing deals in nearby stores
Luvocracy Jul 2014 Undisclosed Platform for product recommendations
Yihaodian Jul 2015 Undisclosed Chinese e-commerce site, later sold to
Jet Aug 2016 $3 billion Discount shopping site
ShoeBuy Dec 2016 $70 million Online shoe store and rival of Amazon’s Zappos
Moosejaw Feb 2017 $51 million Online outdoor clothing and gear retailer
ModCloth Mar 2017 Undisclosed Online women’s retailer
Bonobos Jun 2017 $310 million Online men’s retailer