Amazon is piloting a new program to help FBA merchants resell returns and liquidate stock. Would you take this option instead of disposal or removal?
Southeast Asia is a fast-growing market for ecommerce, but Amazon and other western companies are notably absent. Local marketplaces lead the way.
Amazon marketplace “roll-up” companies are buying FBA businesses, but they aren’t looking for the next big thing. All they want to do is sell more on Amazon.
Influencers, live video streaming, social media, gamification and ecommerce have been combined into one chaotic and addictive shopping experience.
Amazon’s latest expansion makes it clear where its limitations lie. Luxury Stores looks great and keeps out the riff raff, but it will never catch on.
Mercado Libre has been at the forefront of ecommerce in Latin America for twenty years. Amazon and three large ecommerce groups lag behind.
The only way Amazon can handle the scale of activity on its marketplace is with automation. It would be a very different place without this immune system.
Ecommerce is taking hold in Africa, as internet access expands, trust grows and logistics modernize. No market has more room to grow than Africa.
Behind Amazon and eBay, Europe has dozens of online marketplaces. But despite the economic unity, country and language divisions remain stark.
Australia and New Zealand are attractive markets for international sellers, but these are two countries where Amazon does not dominate ecommerce.