Supporting small businesses

Sarah Bak Studio
Sarah Bak, of Sarah Bak Pottery, photographed Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017, in Seattle, WA. Artisans like Sarah Bak on Amazon Handmade can leverage Amazon’s fastest delivery method yet to get products to Prime members all the way until 11:59 p.m. on Christmas Eve, helping small business owners extend their holiday selling season. (JORDAN STEAD / Amazon)

The man who wanted to fly

Jet Ski champion Franky Zapata invented the Flyboard, a machine that propels people into the air. The idea has attracted amateur board sports enthusiasts as well as a growing number of companies. The young entrepreneur chose to market his Flyboard on Amazon.fr to reach new clients and to diversify his distribution network.

The Beard Brothers

The power of three: how Leicester-based brothers Keval Dattani, Kunal Dattani and Savan Dattani became the Big Brothers of facial hair grooming and found global success with their 100% British start-up

Amazon Academy programme for rural SMEs launched in Scotland

In partnership with Scottish Enterprise and Scottish Development International, we’re running a series of free workshops in Aberdeen, Dumfries, Inverness and Selkirk this year to help rural SMEs grow their revenue, enhance their productivity and boost their exports.

Spanish shoes go from grandma's garage to Prime Week

José Antonio Mollá, founder of Castellanisimos, grew up in Alicante, the cradle of Spanish footwear. This year, for the first time, his company will take part in Amazon’s Prime Week.

How machines learn languages... and how companies and customers can benefit from it

Amazon offers the ability to automatically translate product descriptions into many languages. This creates new sales opportunities for companies and even more choice for customers.

A new formula for life

Carmelo Castro founded Qualnat, the brand of dietary supplements derived from plant extracts that he designed four years ago while running along the banks of the Douro River. Today his products are sold all across Europe through Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA).

Crystal craftsman combines tradition and modernity

As a master artisan, Valery Klein took advantage of the opportunities offered by Amazon Handmade to pursue his passion while developing his business

Virtual reality with guts: British startup unlocks the magic of science for children

Using augmented reality technologies to make science more accessible and fun for children and adults alike is the mission of Curiscope, the startup founded by Brighton-based Ed Barton and Ben Kidd. Thanks to Amazon Launchpad, Curiscope is making kids all over the world fall in love with anatomy through its interactive t-shirts.

Children’s author scores a goal against cystic fibrosis

Journalist and football aficionado Martin Smith has found self-publishing to be an opportunity to raise awareness on cystic fibrosis, a condition that has affected him since childhood. It turned out to be the start of a new, unexpected chapter in his life.

From Turin to the global market

Male and female clothing from Atelier Boldetti, in Turin (Italy), captivate the European clients at the “Made in Italy” store of Amazon.it.
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