Amazon Global Selling - Amazon Marketplaces
Selling internationally sounds overwhelming and tempting at the same time. Having experience in selling on Amazon India, to grow your business, the next step is diversification and expansion.
Why stay confined to just India when you can sell across the globe? In other words, you can diversify and expand your business and sell across the globe with the Amazon Global Selling program. Leveraging Amazon’s global reach, you can now sell globally from India.
What is Amazon Global Selling?
Amazon Global Selling is an e-commerce exports program that helps you upscale your business from India to the global markets in 200+ countries and territories. By registering as an Amazon global seller, your products reach over 300 million customers across the world. The more customers view your products, the higher chances of your sales.
With more than 200 million paid Prime members globally and hundreds of millions of worldwide active customer accounts, you can sell all 365 days and make the most out of all the peak seasons and sale events.
While global selling has become easier than ever, few complications arise with selling in different countries.
Here is a list of countries where you can sell with Amazon
1. United States of America, Canada, and Mexico
The North American marketplace is comparatively one of the easiest to enter. Amazon seller support is available in English in these countries, which provides convenience in selling.
2. Europe (UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, and the Netherlands)
With just one account you can reach customers across 28 countries shopping in Amazon’s European stores. Each country can be used as a gateway to the rest of Europe (Pan-European FBA).
3. Asia-Pacific (Japan, China, and Australia)
With a population of 127 million and the third-largest economy in the world, Japan grants access to millions of customers. As a trusted brand and a proven high-volume e-commerce marketplace in Japan, Amazon has approx. 556 million monthly visits.
China is home to 649+ million Internet shoppers and is the world’s largest e-commerce market by value. Today, cross-border e-commerce represents one of the most dynamic forces driving China’s e-commerce development.
Australia is a new marketplace with low competition, thus benefitting from a growing customer base.
4. The Middle East and other emerging countries
The Middle East has a large existing customer base. Amazon acquired Souq.com, which is an English-Arabic language e-commerce platform. It is the largest e-commerce platform in the Arab world, and is now Amazon.ae
Other emerging marketplaces like Turkey, Singapore, and Brazil show promising results by having less competition.
5. The United States Of America Marketplace
While there are 200+ countries to sell in, North America is the biggest Amazon marketplace, wherein the United States of America (USA) is the largest economy in the world. With a population of 601 million and total internet penetration of 90%, e-commerce user internet penetration is expected to be 68.1% by 2022 and the revenue is expected to reach $1 trillion by 2022.
Online shopping in North America is driven by various factors. The top drivers include
- Free shipping
- Availability of unique products
- Fast delivery
- Lower shipping cost
- Payment safety
With 70% of Americans having an Amazon Prime membership and hundreds of millions of active customer accounts, sale periods trend throughout the year. Reduce the low sales periods and sell throughout the year by taking advantage of key events that include Valentine’s Day, Halloween, Prime Day, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday among others, and leverage Amazon’s global scale using Amazon’s state-of-the-art international logistics capabilities.
How we help?
Digi Aansh helps you take your business global and establish your brand on the American marketplace, that is, Amazon.com
Our team at Digi Aansh will provide you with a comprehensive approach to Amazon account management, optimizing the customer service experience, and growth in all aspects.
Special Thanks to our mentor Mr. Anshuman Kumar to guide us in e-commerce marketing