Amazon Decided To Invest $15 Billion Into Your Amazon FBA Business

Amazon just laid a big rumor to rest. Over the past few years, some Amazon FBA Business were worried that Amazon’s private label offerings indicated a push to drive third party sellers off the platform.

Well, just this past week they put that rumor to rest…and in a BIG way…by investing $15 BILLION into helping it’s third party sellers do even better on their platform.

In their press release from a few weeks ago, Amazon announced that they’ll invest $15 BILLION into creating over 150 new tools and services for small, Amazon FBA Business like us…

All in 2019 alone!

These tools and services have only one goal – to help you run your Amazon FBA Business more smoothly and profitably.

Here are some of the tools Amazon released recently (from their Press Release):

All of these, PLUS the new upcoming tools and services, are/will be available inside your Seller Central dashboard.

So where does all this love for small, third-party sellers comes from? From the results, that we as 3rd party sellers have generated! To quote Amazon’s press release:

“Independent third-party sellers – primarily small and medium-sized businesses – made up 58% of all physical gross merchandise sold in Amazon’s stores in 2018 and their sales far exceeded $2 billion on Prime Day in July this year. These businesses have created an estimated 1.6 million jobs worldwide.”

Seeing these numbers, Amazon realized where their focus – and their money – should go.

And this is great news whether you sell on Amazon or not.

If you’re an existing seller, running your business will become much easier.

If you are wanting to learn to sell? It’s easier than ever to Get Started Selling On Amazon FBA using Amazon’s infrastructure.

For the most up to date information about everything going on with Amazon and Private Label sellers, make sure to follow us on social media or better yet, subscribe to this blog.

Amazon Decided To Invest $15 Billion Into Your Amazon FBA Business

Amazon just laid a big rumor to rest. Over the past few years, some Amazon FBA Business were worried that Amazon’s private label offerings indicated a push to drive third party sellers off the platform.

Well, just this past week they put that rumor to rest…and in a BIG way…by investing $15 BILLION into helping it’s third party sellers do even better on their platform.

In their press release from a few weeks ago, Amazon announced that they’ll invest $15 BILLION into creating over 150 new tools and services for small, Amazon FBA Business like us…

All in 2019 alone!

These tools and services have only one goal – to help you run your Amazon FBA Business more smoothly and profitably.

Here are some of the tools Amazon released recently (from their Press Release):

All of these, PLUS the new upcoming tools and services, are/will be available inside your Seller Central dashboard.

So where does all this love for small, third-party sellers comes from? From the results, that we as 3rd party sellers have generated! To quote Amazon’s press release:

“Independent third-party sellers – primarily small and medium-sized businesses – made up 58% of all physical gross merchandise sold in Amazon’s stores in 2018 and their sales far exceeded $2 billion on Prime Day in July this year. These businesses have created an estimated 1.6 million jobs worldwide.”

Seeing these numbers, Amazon realized where their focus – and their money – should go.

And this is great news whether you sell on Amazon or not.

If you’re an existing seller, running your business will become much easier.

If you are wanting to learn to sell? It’s easier than ever to Get Started Selling On Amazon FBA using Amazon’s infrastructure.

For the most up to date information about everything going on with Amazon and Private Label sellers, make sure to follow us on social media or better yet, subscribe to this blog.

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