On September 2, Amazon announced that it is expected to invest $18 billion in logistics, tools, services, projects and talents this year to help third-party sellers around the world carry out business. Since this year, Amazon has launched more than 135 free tools and services to help sellers achieve business growth in Amazon.
At the same time, Amazon also announced plans to invest an additional $100 million to help small and medium-sized enterprises around the world achieve business growth and reach more new consumers during prime membership day and shopping season.
Amazon has launched a number of free tools on the seller platform to help sellers gain business insight, protect and build brands and improve consumer satisfaction. For example, sellers can obtain data and insight about consumer brand interaction through analysis tools such as repeat purchase behavior.
It is reported that more than half of Amazon’s products come from third-party sellers. During the outbreak, the growth of sales of third-party sellers on Amazon exceeded that of self owned goods.
It is reported that recently, Amazon said that its UAV delivery service has been approved by FAA, which means that Amazon will soon be able to launch commercial UAV express service in the United States, realizing 30 minute door-to-door delivery, which helps to reduce labor costs.