Despite talk about the opposite, Amazon wants to be seen as a friend and supporter of brands and manufacturers. As could be witnessed again at this week’s Shoptalk conference.
On one hand, Peter Faricy, VP Amazon Marketplace, wants to excite big, established brands for Amazon. On the other hand, in his talk he also pointed out success stories like online brand Anker and presented two brand manufacturer which grew together with Amazon:
So, in short: “We want them all.”
Here are some interesting statements from the Amazon session:
- „Amazon’s Peter Faricy just asked the crowd of retailers here at #shoptalk17 who has a Prime membership: literally an ocean of raised hands“ (via)
- „$AMZN is single handedly reimagining the last mile…speeds, methods and forms of #delivery“ (via)
- „Faricy: 100K sellers with over $100K annual revenue on @amazon creating 600K+ jobs“ (via)
- „@TRXtraining started w/ @amazon in 2004 at the start of its expansion. Says it’s a great place to learn & test in a safe way“ (via)
Amazon and brands will also be a main topic at our own K5 conference on June 22nd/23rd in Berlin, Germany.
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