Amazon's "Crackdown" Again! Jointly sued over 60 sellers with the manufacturer!
According to foreign media reports, Amazon and 3M (a mining and machine manufacturing company) have jointly sued more than 60 sellers, accusing them of selling counterfeit and knock-off 3M medical equipment on Amazon.com. Amazon and 3M allege that a group of known and unknown individuals and entities opened dozens of retail accounts on Amazon.com using pseudonyms and unregistered businesses to sell counterfeit 3M-branded stethoscopes.
Amazon Enters Office Supplies Market
In an effort to expand its business-to-business (B2B) capabilities, Amazon recently announced a marketing campaign highlighting the platform's ability to track business needs for office supplies, according to Marketing Dive. The platform allows users to buy anything from disinfecting wipes to personal protective equipment (PPE) from a variety of sellers through its Business Prime and Amazon Prime memberships.
The British beauty market in the first half of the year reached 926 million pounds! Large capacity and high efficiency become a new choice!
According to data from NPDGroup, the cost of living crisis amid high inflation may lead those buying essentials to choose cheaper products, and the buying trend of Britons in the cosmetics market is also changing towards more economical large-volume and high-efficiency products. Sales of women's fragrances increased by 137% in the first half of 2022 compared to the first half of 2021.
UK household energy bills continue to rise as electricity prices soar 5,000% in London after heatwave
According to British media reports, the electricity price of British utilities was pushed up to a record 9,724.54 pounds per megawatt hour, which was 5,000% higher than the average price of 178 pounds per megawatt hour. Relevant agencies predict that the annual increase in UK household energy bills will reach more than 1,200 pounds in October this year to 3,244 pounds, and will further rise to 3,363 pounds in January.
Global buying trends at a glance! Phones, appliances and electronics drive Prime Day sales!
Amazon Prime Day boosted overall retail sales worldwide. ACI Worldwide found that transactions rose 25% during Prime Day, while sales rose 20% compared to Prime Day 2021, driven by sales of smartphones, appliances and electronics.
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