The avalanche of Chinese factories selling on Amazon has more than doubled in the last two years. China-based sellers now account for 39% of third-party sales.
The biggest players in India’s ecommerce industry are Amazon and Walmart-owned Flipkart. Unlike the US, Amazon’s advantage here is slim.
Right on time for the new year returns boom, we learn more about Amazon and Walmart’s “just keep it” policy, and discover that 7.5% of returns are fraudulent.
Amazon has some good news for sellers, eBay is selling off one of its country marketplaces, and delivery drones get a step closer to deployment in US cities.
Online sales have boomed for replacement car parts and performance accessories. But it can be a challenging category when it comes to fitment.
Fulfillment centers are full to bursting and Amazon has been ramping up storage limits to try and get the problem under control. Sellers are suffering.
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.