Small business success in challenging times
The Amazon European SMB Impact Report demonstrates the success of European entrepreneurs in challenging times, and highlights how Amazon supports small and medium-sized businesses in selling in their country and abroad, and in creating new jobs.
Half of the items sold on Amazon worldwide are from small and medium-sized businesses that offer their products through Amazon Marketplace.
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 fees. Participating small businesses can access Amazon’s brand protection tools months before their trademark registration is issued.
Relying on 800 years of textile art to take a gamble on e-commerce: This is how the Dondini family’s cashmere, from Amazon’s Made in Italy showcase, has brought the traditional excellence of Prato’s products to customers all over Europe and the United States.
One click and go.... Amazon makes every effort to create a shopping experience that is as fast, easy and friendly as possible. However, this click hides a complex organization with well-oiled wheels. Do you want to discover the secrets of a company with customer service unanimously praised worldwide for its effectiveness? Follow our tour guide…
Federico Maria Rivalta, 59 years old, a fan of detective fiction, was working in finance: he had a good career and money, but he was not happy. So, during long sleepless nights, he began to write a detective story, which he would self-publish with Amazon, transforming his life.
This story was started by two visionary grandfathers: Antonio and Gregorio. They realized there was a niche in the market and transferred their passion for ham to their children and grandchildren.
FBA is used by sellers of all sizes in more than 100 countries, and allows businesses to take advantage of Amazon's fulfilment services and focus their efforts on growing their business. Sellers from around the world use FBA to ship to 185 countries.
ARySAbineYOni… Arsayo. Is it a new game? A riddle? Nope, you’re not even close. A compilation of the names of Michel’s three children – Ary, Sabine and Yoni – Arsayo is the brand of a new style of backpacks.
Martin Gindel is a trained educationist and Andreas Hastedt has a degree in automation technology. Although the two men have very different educational backgrounds, they have much in common.