Watch our first virtual Amazon Academy on Delivering Sustainability
In 2019, we signed The Climate Pledge, and in line with our commitment, we dedicated our virtual Amazon Academy on November 18 2020 to “Delivering Sustainability in Europe - Net Zero Carbon by 2040”. Get a glimpse of the event here.
Discover how we work with policy makers in the EU.
Amazon strictly prohibits counterfeit products in its stores, and in 2019 alone, invested more than $500 million to protect customers and brands from fraud and abuse, including counterfeit.
Amazon launches Intellectual Property (IP) Accelerator program in Europe to help small businesses protect their brands and tackle counterfeit. IP Accelerator connects businesses with a network of trusted IP law firms who will charge pre-negotiated capped fees. Participating small businesses can access Amazon’s brand protection tools months before their trademark registration is issued.
See how Amazon's investments have impacted the European Union.
The following reflections about retailing in Europe and protecting customers were shared by Amazon’s Vice President for EU Retail, Xavier Garambois, at a round-table with European Commissioner for the Internal Market Thierry Breton on December 2, 2020 regarding the upcoming Digital Services Act and Digital Markets Act.
Project Zero empowers brands to partner with Amazon to drive counterfeits to zero across 17 worldwide stores.
New, global team is dedicated to investigating, finding, and launching legal action and criminal referrals against counterfeiters.
Lawsuit is a First for Both Brands: Amazon’s First Joint Litigation with a Luxury Fashion Brand and Valentino’s First Joint Litigation with an Online Retailer
We recently kicked off our #AmazonAcademy2019 in Brussels. Discover the photos and the videos of our latest Amazon Academy focusing on the “Made in Italy” showcase.