Last call: Amazon SFP & FBA Webinar

By Chris Dawson July 29, 2021 - 8:00 am

There have been several changes on Amazon in the past month and to assist you we have lined up some expert SFP & FBA advice on how to manage these changes through your business in a webinar with guest speaker Nish Udayakumar from Olsam this Thursday, in a webinar starting at 2pm.

Changes have included later cut off times and shipping on a weekend day for SFP merchants and on FBA it’s all about your restock limits and IPI threshold. Combined, these changes are a challenge as together they make it more difficult to switch from one way of selling on Amazon to the other. That’s why we’re getting some expert SFP and FBA advice from an industry insider who not only deals with these issues on a daily basis in their own business, but who also used to work for Amazon and knows how the marketplace thinks.

Nish is Vice President of Investments at Olsam, an FBA consolidation business who manage the multiple brands they’ve acquired. This means they’re only too familiar with the challenges from a merchant perspective. Plus, as someone who used to work for Amazon as their Team Lead and Partner Manager looking after SFP and FBA he knows what makes the marketplace tick.

RegisterIf you sell on Amazon, then you will almost certainly be impacted by one or other of the SPF and FBA changes, so sign up for this webinar which takes place at 2pm on the 29th of July. Not only will you get expert SFP and FBA insights but Nish will share practical steps you can take to address the impact on your account and ensure that you can keep the maximum sales and exposure on Amazon regardless of your account’s current performance against these metrics.

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