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"According to Marketplace Pulse..."

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.

Can Chinese Companies Replicate the Amazon Coat Formula?

Orolay may be the poster child for Chinese companies living off on Amazon. But more Orolays are coming. According to research in 2017 from Marketplace Pulse, 34 percent of top sellers on Amazon are based in China. This goes of course without consumers’ noticing, as all they care is a good product with low price. In 2017 alone, more than 250,000 sellers from China joined Amazon. Besides this vast amount, it’s the ability to produce and innovate is impressive.

Jing Daily
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Amazon says revised FDI norms had minimal impact with ‘few days’ of downtime; Q1 profit doubles to $3.6 billion

Amazon had 180 million products listed on its marketplace portal as on January 17, a day after it sought an extension of the February 1 deadline by four months. However, the number of listed products had gone down from January 17 onwards to 154 million on February 1, only to bring back all of its catalogue having 182 million products by February 22, according to the data by US-based e-commerce intelligence firm Marketplace Pulse.

“Practically all of the products which were removed before February 1 are now back on Amazon. There is always a fluctuation in the catalogue because of out of stock days for example, but everything Amazon was previously selling, if still in stock, is back,” Juozas Kaziukėnas, Founder and CEO at Marketplace Pulse told Financial Express Online.

The Financial Express
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Amazon’s one-day shipping Prime offer is an attempt to suck you in for life

“To me, this whole thing is Amazon flexing their ability to do this,” Juozas Kaziukėnas, the founder and CEO of the business intelligence firm Marketplace Pulse, told Del Valle. “This renders Prime shipping much more valuable, because even if some orders are delayed, the perception of one-day shipping is very valuable, because no one else can do it. That’s what’s going to keep people subscribing to Prime.”

Recode
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Amazon says it will roll out one-day Prime shipping

“To me, this whole thing is Amazon flexing their ability to do this,” Juozas Kaziukėnas, the founder and CEO of the business intelligence firm Marketplace Pulse, told me. “This renders Prime shipping much more valuable, because even if some orders are delayed, the perception of one-day shipping is very valuable, because no one else can do it. That’s what’s going to keep people subscribing to Prime.”

Vox
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Van China naar Amazon via je zolderkamer

Op het Amerikaanse Amazon, dat in 2018 223 miljard dollar omzet behaalde, staan zo’n zes miljoen verkopers van over de hele wereld ingeschreven. Tweeënhalf miljoen van hen verkopen actief spullen. Hun aantal stijgt de laatste jaren hard. In 2018 meldden zich een miljoen nieuwe verkopers aan, van wie ongeveer 6.000 uit Nederland, blijkt uit een analyse van het Amerikaanse onderzoeksbureau Marketplace Pulse. De meesten verkopen er elektronica, gevolgd door kleding, schoenen, keukengerei en huishoudelijke artikelen.

NRC
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Target Goes Green With New Everspring Private Label Brand

It's not like the e-commerce giant hasn't been trying: It has created more than 400 private label brands -- but few have been successful. In fact, a recent research report from Market Pulse showed that Amazon gets 81% of its private label revenues from just 10 brands, and 57.8% of those come from its AmazonBasics line, which is more like an old-school house brand than a private label. Overall, Amazon's exclusive private labels account for less than 1% of its total sales.

The Motley Fool
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Search And Amazon's Private-Label Business

Amazon launched Belei, a skincare product line, in March. Their nascent private-label business only accounts for 1% of its total sales, according to Vox, citing a Marketplace Pulse report.

MediaPost
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Amazon made a skin care line based on what users search for

But Amazon’s in-house brands only account for 1 percent of its total sales, according to a Marketplace Pulse report. That means there is a lot of potential for Amazon to grow brands that ultimately make the company more money. Enter Belei, its new skin care range.

Vox
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