PRESS RELEASE – 27% of Canadian adults, or roughly an estimated 8.2 million people, plan to shop this year’s Amazon Prime Day sales, up from 24% in 2021, according to ‘Finder’s Amazon Prime Day Shopping Report’.
Virtually any Canadian can sell used goods online. It’s often an introduction and gateway into ecommerce. Individuals are motivated by concerns for the environment, powered by a desire to earn more money, and inspired by hobbies.
Amazon provides a platform to quickly and profitably turn Canadian ecommerce dreams into reality, even if they’re new to online business. According to Amazon, in 2021 Canadian sellers sold almost 110 million products (209 every minute). More than half of them were fulfilled by Amazon (FBA). Close to 4000 Canadian sellers had over $100,000 in […]
Amazon.ca is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, as well as marking several other achievements and anniversaries of service to Canadians. It’s been 10 years since they launched the first Canadian fulfillment centre in Mississauga, Ontario.
Selling your products online comes with many opportunities to reach consumers in a global market. Many Canadian eCommerce businesses ship to the US and beyond. That said, Canadian small businesses have only recently begun to embrace eCommerce in general, let alone selling to international markets. Individual sellers often find it that much more intimidating. Sadly, […]
Online sales of secondhand fashion have been growing for a number of reasons, with the most common being the environment and saving money. Environmentally-conscious consumers want to say goodbye to fast fashion. Recent events accelerated recommerce market growth, as consumers sought out ways to save and earn money.
TORONTO, May 25, 2021 /CNW/ – The fashion resale revolution is starting today in Canada with the arrival of Vinted, Europe’s leading online C2C marketplace dedicated to second-hand fashion. After great success in Europe and with the purpose of empowering more people to shift their habits towards circular fashion, Vinted takes a step outside its home continent and launches its second-hand fashion platform in Canada. […]
1.3 M new sellers joined Amazon in 2020 (3,438 per day), according to a 2021 ecommerce trends report published by Divante. As of March 21st, 295,000 new sellers have joined the marketplace.
Canadian sales on Amazon.ca have exploded in recent years and sellers are taking notice. It’s hard to ignore over a billion dollars in Canadian third-party seller sales in this country alone (more than $2 billion globally). An impressive growth rate of 40 percent YOY confirms that selling on the marketplace is a sound decision.
Whether you’re looking for popular products to add to your physical inventory or drop shipping, selecting products that have a good chance of being profitable best sellers is a perpetual challenge. Luckily, there are a variety of marketplaces online that can guide your decisions, based on what’s currently trending at the consumer and wholesale level.