Amazon has launched a new advertising campaign objective for Vendors and professional Sellers on Amazon called Sponsored Display. This new ad type addresses a gap in Amazon’s pay-per-click
We were fortunate enough to attend the IGD Vendor Leadership Day last week. Over 250 vendors attended the event, largely from FMCG businesses. Amazon turned out in force with their vendor team
In collaboration with the British Brands Group, Tambo will deliver an extensive, practical guide to accelerating growth on Amazon on Wednesday 16th October 2019 between 12.00 – 16.30.
Amazon Hub Counter is expanding its click and collect footprint by teaming up with in-store payment services firm, PayPoint in an effort to enable merchants to offer flexible pick-up options to shoppers.
Amazon is on the move to invest US$15 billion in infrastructure, programs and people to launch tools on its marketplace this year. Since the start of 2019, Amazon has launched 150 tools and services to help marketplace vendors grow their sales on Amazon….
The label, which is separate from its pre-existing "Best Seller" and "Amazon's Choice" badges, is being tested for products on Amazon's marketplace
This year's Prime Day was bigger than 2018's Black Friday weekend. Amazon reported that they sold 175 million items worldwide. The globalisation of the Amazon platform and a coordinated launch across major cities around the world has enabled them to reach more shopper with more deals.
Amazon is to transform Twitch, the video streaming platform for gamers, into a shopping channel as part of this year's Prime Day shopping event. "Twitch Sells Out" will showcase gaming, electronics and other products in two 12-hour broadcasts on July 15 and 16.
his week, Amazon expanded it's Counter initiative from the UK to the US, a geographical reversal on how it usually rolls out services. The free in-store pick-up service has partnered with Rite Aid, one of the biggest names in pharmaceutical stores in the US.
his week Amazon announced the dates of its Prime Day event. The two-day parade of non-stop deals will kick off on July 15th and run for 48 hours. This will be Amazon's 5th Prime Day and it is expected again to surpass the achievements of previous events. This year Amazon Music are getting in on the act.