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Amazon Hosting Marketplace Seller Summit for Australia


Amazon announced that in conjunction with the Australian Retail Association and the SME Association of Australia, they will host a free Marketplace Seller Summit in Sydney.

Registration is now open for summit taking place on Monday, 13th November (8:30 am – 2:00 pm AEDT) at Jones Bay Wharf, Sydney. The free half-day event will provide practical information to local entrepreneurs on setting up and building a marketplace business on Amazon.

Attendees will hear keynote presentations from Amazon Australia Country Manager, Rocco Braeuniger, and Head of Amazon Marketplace in Australia, Fabio Bertola. Other experts and entrepreneurs will provide additional insights to selling on Amazon.

“The reality is that there’s a lot of education that needs to happen amongst the small business community when it comes to being digitally savvy and using the right tools to take their business to the next level.”

SMEA board member Mark Flack


The seller summit will focus on platform technology and opportunity for small businesses. While many sellers in the U.S., U.K. and other places are familiar with the process, this valuable seller summit will help Australian businesses get up and going quickly.

Amazon revealed they already have over 500 Australian merchants registered to sell on the platform when it goes live.

With over 50 percent of all items sold on Amazon coming from third-party marketplace sellers, helping small businesses sellers in Australia is very important for quick growth for the eCommerce giant.

Many small eCommerce businesses in Australia may have experience selling on eBay’s platform, but Amazon requires a slightly different approach.

Seating is limited, and registration is required. Invites are restricted to 2 people per business and are not transferable. For more information about registering for this event, click on this link.

With Amazon’s first fulfillment center in final development, the seller summit shows how close the company is to going live with selling physical goods in Australia.

If you are in Australia and plan to sell on Amazon, we would love to hear your feedback in the comments section below.

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