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Journalists all over the globe rely on our insights and data for their stories. Here are some of the most recent articles Marketplace Pulse was featured in.

Amazon Is an Infrastructure Company. The HQ2 Bids Were Reconnaissance.

Not everyone is convinced of the value of the data. Juozas Kaziukėnas, founder of the research firm Marketplace Pulse, doubts that the data is consistent or systematic enough among the many applicants to be used by algorithms or artificial intelligence. “To do anything with data, you typically need a lot of it,” Kaziukėnas said in a phone interview. “The data they got is disjointed and of varying quality.”

New York Magazine
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‘It’s a channel from China’: How marketplace app Wish competes with Amazon and eBay

“It’s literally a channel from China,” said Juozas Kaziukenas, the founder and CEO of e-commerce research firm Marketplace Pulse. “It works for Wish because they’re not trying to compete with Amazon for simple products consumers need — most people on Wish probably don’t have Amazon Prime.”

According to Marketplace Pulse, 94 percent of Wish sellers are from China. According to Kaziukenas, 30 percent of Wish’s customers are from the U.S., while most of its other customers are based in Europe.

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Warum deutsche Amazon-Seller FBA nutzen - und warum nicht

Rund 45 Prozent der deutschen Amazon-Händler versenden ihre Ware via Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA). Die Meinungen von Kritikern und Befürwortern des Logistik-Services gehen weit auseinander.

Amazons Logistik-Service Fulfillment by AmazonCloud-Plattformen treiben Digitalisierung (FBA) wird immer wichtiger für die Marketplace-Händler. Das zeigen aktuelle Zahlen des US-amerikanischen Marktplatz-Analyse-Dienstleisters Marketplace Pulse. 52 Prozent aller Amazon-Händler weltweit lagern demnach Ware in den Amazon-Lagern ein. Besonders FBA-affin sind US-amerikanische (72 Prozent) und chinesische (69 Prozent) Amazon-Verkäufer.

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After Protest, Booksellers Are Victorious Against Amazon Subsidiary

“I don’t think anything like this has ever happened before with any part of Amazon,” said Juozas Kaziukenas, chief executive of Marketplace Pulse, an e-commerce analytics firm. “It would be much harder to have a strike on Amazon itself, just because there are so many sellers there and they are not part of an organized community.”

He added, “Whoever owns the platform owns the power. As a seller you are a small module in a massively complicated system. If a thousand of you say you will not do something anymore, 2,000 others will replace you. This is the harsh reality of being a seller.”

The New York Times
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China expandiert, Amazon explodiert: 1 Million neue Händler im Marktplatz

Amazon wächst rapide, das hat auch ein Wachstum bei den Händlerzahlen zur Folge. Die Analysten von Marketplace Pulse haben die Händler-Neuanmeldungen des zurückliegenden Jahres beobachtet und weltweit über eine Million neue Verkäufer gezählt. Die drittgrößte Anzahl an Neuanmeldungen entfällt dabei auf den deutschen Marktplatz.

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