Amazon introduce seller registration to Kannada

By Lauren Fruncillo January 31, 2021 - 1:11 pm

According to Reports, Amazon are introducing seller registration and account management to Kannada. Merchants in Kannada will be able to register to sell on helping improve the experiences and open up the services to new sellers.

The move will help remove language barriers and create more ecommerce opportunities for businesses and entrepreneurs in India. It adds to the recent popular introduction of the same services in Hindi and Tamil.

“Ease of doing business is a key priority for the government, and our focus is on helping businesses adopt technology to be successful in markets. Technology and e-commerce will play a crucial role in boosting the growth of millions of small and medium businesses in domestic as well as international markets, in the coming days,”

“Language is a prominent barrier that Indian MSMEs face when they seek to leverage ecommerce to expand their business. As we move to enable more MSMEs to embrace ecommerce, we remain committed to strengthening our vernacular, voice and video powered initiatives.”
– Ashwath Narayan, Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister CN

Late last year Amazon India announced that 150,000 new sellers joined the marketplace and that over 1 million Indian SMBs, delivery partners stores, developers, designers, and authors work with Amazon.

Amazon Global Selling Propel (AGSP)

Amazon recently launched Amazon Global Selling Propel (AGSP), an initiative designed to provide dedicated support to emerging Indian brands and startups to reach customers around the world.

Amazon has partnered with Startup India to launch an accelerator program to help early-stage startups in the consumer products space to launch in international markets and create global brands from India through Amazon’s Global Selling program.

The entries for the startup accelerator program are open until 7th February 2021. The interested startups can log on to and complete their application.

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