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Amazon reveals top sellers on SMB marketplace

Amazon’s Launchpad program aids startups and small-to-medium-sized businesses (SMBs) in verticals including health & personal care, home, and grocery. Since introducing Launchpad in 2015, Amazon says it has helped nearly 400 U.S.-based startup and small business brands across 30 categories surpass $1 million in annual sales in its store and nearly 40 surpass $10 million …

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Retail Roundup—Etsy expands in Germany; Bluefly gains more sellers

Walmart hires design executive Walmart took another giant digital step by hiring Valerie Casey as head of design, the first time a design executive has been in an officer-level position. The hiring of Casey demonstrates the company’s commitment to digital retailing. (Media Post) Bluefly rapidly gains more sellers Online fashion marketplace Bluefly partners with Mirakl …

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Club Factory sellers, users worry about dues, refunds, Retail News, ET Retail

Bengaluru: Indian sellers and consumers are concerned over their payments and refunds owing to the ban of 59 Chinese apps, including e-commerce platform Club Factory. The Chinese e-commerce platform is popular for cheaper goods across the fashion, lifestyle and electronic segments coming from China. While the company has been facing government scrutiny over its various …

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90 pc sellers back on Flipkart, 125 pc rise in new MSMEs

As India gears up for unlock 2.0, e-commerce platform Flipkart on Saturday said it has enabled more than 90 percent of its sellers to resume operations on its marketplace. Flipkart has also seen 125 percent rise in new seller signing-up on the platform, in comparison to its existing seller base, in the April-June period, the …

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Coming soon, an e-marketplace only for tribal sellers, Retail News, ET Retail

By : Gaurav Saini New Delhi : Tribal artisans will soon be able to sell their products at the click of a mouse with the government gearing up to launch a specialised e-marketplace for them this Independence Day. “We will launch the website – Tribes India e-Mart – on Independence Day on August 15. It …

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90% sellers back on Flipkart, 125% rise in new MSMEs, Retail News, ET Retail

Bengaluru : As India gears up for unlock 2.0, ecommerce platform Flipkart on Saturday said it has enabled more than 90 per cent of its sellers to resume operations on its marketplace. Flipkart has also seen 125 per cent rise in new seller signing-up on the platform, in comparison to its existing seller base, in …

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Amazon, Bigbasket ask sellers for ‘origin country’, Retail News, ET Retail

Bengaluru: E-commerce platforms like Amazon India and Bigbasket have started asking sellers and brands to put ‘country of origin’ for the products on their platforms. This comes a day after government officials held a meeting with e-commerce players over the issue that has gained prominence due to the border conflict with China in Ladakh. Brands …

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Amazon to allow third-party sellers to ship non-essential items, Retail News, ET Retail

Seattle : Amazon will soon allow third-party sellers to start ship nonessential items to its warehouses as it ramps up efforts to supply the essential items in the challenging COVID-19 times. In a statement to CNBC, the ecommerce giant said: “We appreciate our selling partners’ patience as we prioritize products for customers and adhere to …

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Amazon to allow third-party sellers to ship non-essential items

Amazon will soon allow third-party sellers to start ship nonessential items to its warehouses as it ramps up efforts to supply the essential items in the challenging COVID-19 times. In a statement to CNBC, the e-commerce giant said: “We appreciate our selling partners’ patience as we prioritize products for customers and adhere to extensive health …

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Amazon sellers selling protective gear to hospitals as shortages rage

As the coronavirus sweeps across the country, nurses and doctors are struggling with a massive shortage of personal protective equipment like masks and gowns. “We need them now. We have people dying in our hospitals now. We have health-care providers risking their lives now,” said Michelle Diaz, a critical care nurse in the San Francisco Bay …

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