Posted by Laura Hills, VP Marketing, Dydacomp
In today’s competitive retail landscape, it is becoming increasingly difficult for smaller retailers to compete against the larger players. For many smaller retailers, expanding their operations into online commerce allows them to compete on a more equal footing.
Many small retailers have been participating in multichannel operations and have an understanding of how important multiple channels, particularly online ones, are to the success of their business and their survival.
Many of these retailers are including Amazon in their multichannel eCommerce strategy. Amazon has grown into the leading online retailer and has evolved its platform to provide tools and technologies for other businesses to use. Amazon Marketplace is Amazon’sfixed-price online marketplace that enables retailers to offer their products alongside Amazon’s offerings. Amazon Marketplace allows customers to buy items directly from the third party sellers. In fact, almost 40% of all merchandise sold by Amazon comes from third party merchants.
There is tremendous opportunity for businesses to take advantage of Amazon’s brand to reach over 173 million potential new customers, expand geographic range, build brand awareness and increase sales.
Dydacomp has created a special 30 minute webinar that will deliver the information needed to get started selling through Amazon Marketplace. If you are already using Amazon Marketplace, this webinar will deliver ways to effectively manage this new channel for achieving growth.
By attending, you’ll discover how to:
- Gain insight into the growth potential of your Amazon store
- Discover how other merchants have successfully entered this business channel
- Learn why you need to get started immediately to capitalize on sales
- Find efficient ways to manage and sync your inventory with Amazon and other channels.
This webinar is a must attend for anyone considering Amazon Marketplace or trying to find a more efficient way to manage their Amazon account. Pre-registration is required.
Date: Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Time: 2:00 – 2:30 pm ET
To register for this webinar, click here.