“So I started in Department 18 Seasonal Christmas, which is actually very SKU intensive,” Kristen says. “And actually, this made a natural jump. As we look across store and dot com, I have over 55,000 products within one sub-category of my business!”
In the simplest terms, Kristen brings a bunch of cool stuff into Walmart stores. And she’s excited about the future of PC gaming represented by onn. —Walmart’s private-brand tech offering with products ranging from televisions to tablets, and of course, everything you could need to get gaming.
“The number one focus for onn. is that our products have to be high quality,” Kristen says. “So we’re packing a ton of specs and features into each product at a great value, which really resonates with our customers.”
That combination of cool tech and high quality really shines in some of onn.’s newest offerings. The just-released 24-inch gaming monitor is full 1080P and has a one-millisecond response time, yet manages to remain affordable. The same is true of onn.’s mechanical gaming keyboard, replete with LEDs; and the onn. wireless gaming mouse, which packs in features like programmable buttons and high-speed tracking.