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Ex-military tech entrepreneurs share their business advice

Each year 15,000 people leave the military in the UK. When entering the job market, ex-service personnel bring a wealth of unique and hard-earned skills which are often untapped in the tech sector.

Inside the Amazon Clicks & Mortar shop in Sheffield, UK

For online business owners like Nicola, Oliver and Louise, Clicks and Mortar pop up shops backed by Amazon are an opportunity to meet customers in person and experience physical retail for the first time.

The Beard brothers

The power of three: how Leicester-based brothers Keval Dattani, Kunal Dattani, and Savan Dattani became the big brothers of facial hair grooming and found global success with their 100% British start-up.

In Pictures: Amazon Academy Brussels 2018

Check out the photos and videos from our latest Amazon Academy in Brussels, where we discussed the 21st century with EU policymakers and small business owners.

Kindle Storyteller Award winner hits the high notes

Ian W. Sainsbury’s first-ever psychological thriller The Picture on the Fridge scored this year’s Kindle Storyteller Award in the UK thanks to a solid hook and a shocking twist.

Herbal superpower for more than 130 years

For over 1000 years people have been using herbs whenever they would like to pamper themselves. Kräutermax is a company from Ried in Upper Austria, looking back on almost 130 years of experience with the power of herbs - an approach that is still very much on trend.

A family venture marked by a special encounter

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.

Spanish shoes go from grandma's garage to Prime Week

José Antonio Mollá, founder of Castellanisimos, grew up in Alicante, the cradle of Spanish footwear. This year, for the first time, his company will take part in Amazon’s Prime Week.
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