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Back to the Future? Amazon Plans to Open Physical Stores

After systematically dominating the world of online shopping, grocery stores, convenience stores, bookstores, and other sectors, Amazon is planning to establish department stores. ​ The e-commerce giant is confident that this move will help it sell physical items to in-person consumers directly. While this will cause disruption in the whole retail market and cement the […]

Amazon Marketing Services Agency

In a shocking news story that reminds me of the early days of Amazon FBA, Internal Amazon documents have revealed that the giant has been knocking off products on its platform in India and exploiting its vast database to promote its own items in India at the expense of third-party sellers. The documents include business […]

Amazon Account Management

South Korea Welcomes Amazon Global

Amazon Consultants worldwide are excited to learn the e-commerce giant has spread its wings  to reach South Korean consumers by teaming up with a local retail player, 11 Street (11st). The mobile carrier giant SK Telecom owns 11 Street. Wider Variety and Free Shipping This deal will allow shoppers to purchase a variety of items […]

Amazon Experts

Jeff Bezos is investing in e-commerce in Indonesia

Indonesian e-commerce start-up Ula has managed to raise $87 million in its Series B financing round. B-Capital, Prosus Ventures, and Tencent led this latest round of investment. According to Venture Capital Insight, the newest round puts Ula at a value of $490 million. June 2020 witnessed the company securing a $10.5 million seed round. The […]

Amazon Seller consultant

Amazon Unseats Walmart as King of Retail

Huge news this week in amazon seller account management. The leading eCommerce giant, Amazon, has unseated Walmart, the brick-and-mortar behemoth, in the race towards being the world’s largest retail seller. This is proof that the future of online shopping is here with us. As a committed Amazon Seller consultant, I can’t say I am surprised […]

Amazon Seller Management

Amazon Pledges to Make Good on Defective Third-Party Products

Amazon has long maintained that it’s not legally liable for defective or inferior third-parties’ products on its platform, arguing that the sellers bear that liability. This legal argument parallels those made by social media giants like Facebook about their liability for content landing on their platforms. Often this has put the brunt of complex legal […]