Amsterdam: Amazon has unveiled a new program geared towards startups called Amazon Launchpad which will help startup launch their products.
According to The Next Web, Launchpad will help small companies by handling inventory management, order fulfillment and customer service, allowing companies to focus their efforts on the innovation that results in more products.
The program offers custom product pages, which are designed to allow founders to interact with customers directly in a Q&A format and access to Amazon marking tools like merchandised placements, personalized recommendations, Vine customer reviews and Amazon Prime delivery options.
Amazon also says it will help companies expand beyond the US into 10 Amazon marketplaces around the world, thereby making the global expansion of a product a far less daunting prospect for a small outfit. (ANI)
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