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Los vendedores chinos ya suponen el 52% de los principales vendedores en Amazon España (2019)

Si bien Amazon se ha dado por vencido al tratar de conquistar el mercado chino, los vendedores chinos si han encontrado en Amazon un portal para expandir sus ventas a todo el mundo. De acuerdo a una investigación de Marketplace Pulse, un 40% de quienes ofertan productos en el gigante del retail a nivel mundial son vendedores chinos. Y este porcentaje no deja de crecer.

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How Google is pitching retailers as it looks to grow its commerce business

It’s also been adding more merchants to its marketplace over the past year. According to e-commerce research firm Marketplace Pulse 1,450 retailers are now on Google Express, up from 27 two years ago.

The rebrand has proven too late for some retailers. Sephora, which started selling on Google Express in October, stopped selling on the platform in April, according to Marketplace Pulse. A Sephora representative confirmed in an email that the company stopped selling on Google Express, but the company declined to comment as to why. According to Marketplace Pulse, Walmart, PetSmart, Whole Foods, Kohl’s, Walgreens, Home Depot and Bed Bath & Beyond also all stopped selling on Google Express within the past six months. It leaves a gap in Google’s marketplace as these retailers work on building out their own marketplaces and e-commerce businesses, but make room for Google to focus on the small- and medium-sized businesses that have helped fuel other platforms like Shopify and Amazon.

Digiday
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Attention, Amazon Shoppers: Google Wants Some of Your Spending Money

“Both of these companies are arriving at the same conclusion from different points,” said Joe Kaziukenas, founder of the Marketplace Pulse, a research company. “For Amazon, it makes sense because why wouldn’t they? They have all this traffic, and all this interest from brands.”

Mr. Kaziukenas said that for now, Google’s plans were “not a risk at all” for Amazon. The reason, he said, is that Amazon has a large advantage over other retailers after more than a decade of building out the infrastructure to ship items quickly and reliably, while Google is depending on merchants to fulfill orders on their own.

“Google historically has tried to not do things in the physical world,” Mr. Kaziukenas said. “Obviously for them that has been very profitable.”

The New York Times
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India E-Commerce Policy: Is AmazonBasics, Private Label Brands, Turning Into Threat for Sellers?

To be sure, a study by Marketplace Pulse found that Amazon-branded products in the U.S.—its largest market—are duds and don’t really threaten other businesses, Bloomberg reported. The New York e-commerce research firm, which examined 23,000 products, found that shopper are not that inclined to buy Amazon private labels even if they are elevated in search results.

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Amazon-Topseller: 40 Prozent stammen aus China

Die Anzahl an chinesischen Online-Händlern auf dem Amazon Marktplatz steigt immer weiter an. Lag der Wert vor zwei Jahren noch bei 26 Prozent, so kommen inzwischen gut 40 Prozent der Top-Seller aus China. Zu diesem Ergebnis kommt eine neue Studie von Marketplace Pulse. Aufgeschlüsselt auf die einzelnen Markplätze in Europa liegt die Zahl teilweise sogar noch viel höher.

Onlinehändler-News
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Marketplace: 40 Prozent aller Amazon-Topseller kommen aus China

Schon 40 Prozent der Top-Verkäufer auf dem Marketplace von Amazon stammen aus China, wie eine Marketplace-Pulse-Analyse ergeben hat. Vor zwei Jahren waren es noch 26 Prozent.

Während Amazon sich im Juli aus China zurückzieht, dominieren Händler aus dem Land zunehmend Amazons Marketplace – und sie werden auch immer erfolgreicher. Nach 26 Prozent vor zwei Jahren stammen mittlerweile 40 Prozent der Topseller aus China, wie eine Analyse des E-Commerce-Portals Marketplace Pulse ergeben hat. Im europäischen Ländervergleich liegt Deutschland in puncto Anteil erfolgreicher chinesischer Händler hinten.

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Händler aus China erobern Amazon Marketplace

40 Prozent der Top-Seller bei Amazon Marketplace haben ihren Sitz in China, vor zwei Jahren waren es erst 26 Prozent. Das ergab eine Analyse von Marketplace Pulse. Innerhalb eines Jahres stieg bei Amazon in Großbritannien der Marktanteil von Verkäufern mit Sitz in China von 28 auf 34 Prozent und in Deutschland von 26 auf 28 Prozent.

Golem.de
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Merchants based in China are dominating Amazon

Merchants based in China are dominating Amazon

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BY TIM SANDLE 1 HOUR AGO IN BUSINESS

Amazon.com is a global marketplace. Given the company's U.S. origins it might be expected that U.S. sellers still dominate in terms of the products on offer. New data, in contrast, shows the dominance of Chinese firms.

According to a survey undertaken by Marketplace Pulse, 40 percent of the top sellers on Amazon are based in China. This represents an increase from up from 26 percent two years ago. A large number of these products are electrical, especially products designed to support primary devices, such as cables and earphones.

Digital Journal
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