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  • Amazon has big growth plans

    / E-Retailers

    Amazon has big growth plans

    The e-retailer is paying close attention to business-to-business e-commerce, offering new sales vehicles for marketplace sellers and considering new product categories, says a top executive. “If there’s something you’ve bought offline that you weren’t able to buy online, we’re probably thinking about that,” says Sebastian Gunningham, senior vice president of seller services.

    Posted 03/12/2014Zak StamborPost a comment

    The e-retailer is paying close attention to business-to-business e-commerce, offering new sales vehicles for marketplace sellers and considering new product categories, says a top executive. “If there’s something you’ve bought offline that you weren’t able to buy online, we’re probably…

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  • Say hello to Amazon Business, good-bye to AmazonSupply

    / B2B

    Say hello to Amazon Business, good-bye to AmazonSupply

    Amazon is launching today Amazon Business, which builds on all that Amazon has learned in selling online to businesses to appeal to more of them, the company says.

    Posted 04/28/2015Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Amazon is launching today Amazon Business, which builds on all that Amazon has learned in selling online to businesses to appeal to more of them, the company says.

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  • Powering ahead

    Powering ahead

    As Jeff Bezos and Amazon continue on a quest to leave no digital stone unturned and untested, it’s tough to pinpoint what Amazon’s next move will be except to say there will be a next move that rivals will have to react to. For this article Internet Retailer spoke to dozens of e-retailers, consultants, vendors and experts, including a handful of ex-Amazon employees, to surmise the directions Amazon may head next.

    Posted 12/30/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    As Jeff Bezos and Amazon continue on a quest to leave no digital stone unturned and untested, it’s tough to pinpoint what Amazon’s next move will be except to say there will be a next move that rivals will have to react to. For this article Internet Retailer spoke to dozens of e-retailers, consultants…

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  • Amazon launches a supply site for businesses

    / E-Retailers

    Amazon launches a supply site for businesses

    The new AmazonSupply.com offers more than 500,000 items.

    Posted 04/23/2012Kevin Woodward3 comments

    The new AmazonSupply.com offers more than 500,000 items.
  • How to compete with Amazon in B2B e-commerce

    As B2B e-commerce companies face increasing competition, MarketLive founder and CEO Ken Burke offers tips on how to convert new shoppers into buyers—and keep them returning to buy again.

    Posted 07/07/2014Ken BurkePost a comment

    As B2B e-commerce companies face increasing competition, MarketLive founder and CEO Ken Burke offers tips on how to convert new shoppers into buyers—and keep them returning to buy again.
  • B2B e-commerce gets its own publication

    / B2B

    B2B e-commerce gets its own publication

    Vertical Web Media LLC, publisher of Internet Retailer, launches this week a weekly newsletter, B2Bec News, that will cover how manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors are selling online to business, government and nonprofit clients. The new e-mail newsletter will report on B2B market trends, technology, site design, security, marketing strategies and company news.

    Posted 01/20/2014Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Vertical Web Media LLC, publisher of Internet Retailer, launches this week a weekly newsletter, B2Bec News, that will cover how manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors are selling online to business, government and nonprofit clients. The new e-mail newsletter will report on B2B market trends,…

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  • / Technology

    Sport Supply Group swings for the consumer market with GSI, Amazon

    Well-established as an online seller of sports equipment to institutions and sports organizations, Sport Supply Group is hitting the broader consumer market through an agreement with e-commerce platform provider GSI Commerce, Sport Supply said this week.

    Posted 01/07/2005Kurt PetersPost a comment

    …online seller of sports equipment to institutions and sports organizations, Sport Supply Group is hitting the broader consumer market through an agreement with e-commerce platform provider GSI Commerce, Sport Supply said this week.
  • Sport Supply Group’s holiday Amazon.com sales rise 47%

    Sport Supply Group, manufacturer and distributor of sporting goods to institutions, continued its move into online b2c selling with a 47% increase in holiday sales on Amazon.com’s Sports & Outdoor Store.

    Posted 01/11/2005Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Sport Supply Group, manufacturer and distributor of sporting goods to institutions, continued its move into online b2c selling with a 47% increase in holiday sales on Amazon.com’s Sports & Outdoor Store.
  • / Technology

    Office Depot ranks No. 1 in online office supply orders, Nielsen reports

    Office Depot replaced Vistaprint as the top online retailer of office supplies in number of orders in March in the MegaView Online Retail rankings from Nielsen/NetRatings.

    Posted 04/25/2007Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Office Depot replaced Vistaprint as the top online retailer of office supplies in number of orders in March in the MegaView Online Retail rankings from Nielsen/NetRatings.
  • Amazon lists openings for dozens of B2B e-commerce experts

    / B2B

    Amazon lists openings for dozens of B2B e-commerce experts

    The e-retailer says it wants to “create a world-class commercial, industrial and scientific supply store” where businesses can buy from “Earth’s biggest selection of everything.”

    Posted 04/13/2015Paul DemeryPost a comment

    The e-retailer says it wants to “create a world-class commercial, industrial and scientific supply store” where businesses can buy from “Earth’s biggest selection of everything.”

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