Tuesday October 27, 2020

Amazon targeting Irish SMEs to sell goods on its site

The web retail giant has also launched its own delivery service in Dublin this month

Aaron Rogan

News Correspondent

18th October, 2020
New infrastructure here ‘will enable faster delivery than ever before’ Picture: Getty

Amazon is seeking more Irish businesses to sell goods through its retail platform as it launches its own delivery service in Dublin.

The ecommerce giant is hosting its first “Amazon academy” event on November 6 as it targets Irish SMEs in partnership with Enterprise Ireland and local enterprise offices.

The online event is part of a fresh push by Amazon into Irish retail space, as it seeks to mirror its dominance in many international...

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