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Amazon's 2019 Small Business Impact Report
More than 1.9 million businesses, content creators, and developers are using Amazon products and services to grow their business. Continue Reading
Supporting small businesses
Half of the items sold on Amazon worldwide are from small and medium-sized businesses that offer their products through Amazon Marketplace.

The rise and shine of Bling Jewelry

How one woman's passion for affordable jewelry grew into a multi-million dollar business on Amazon.

Shaping success

After disappointment selling at art fairs, Sarah Bak is now expanding her workspace to accommodate customer orders.

Your own company, powered by Amazon

Amazon’s Delivery Service Partner program puts you in the driver’s seat of your own business.

Amazon helps sellers donate excess products

New program builds on Amazon’s long-standing product donation initiatives, which already send millions of products to charities each year.

Lighting a path to success

How a small business owner is empowering girls to become leaders.

Rewriting the rules of fiction

When it comes to writing and selling love stories, Barbara Freethy is an entrepreneurial force.

Strength in numbers

5 facts showing the impact of Amazon Marketplace

Security guard's secret to success is in the sauce

Spencer Lindsay hopes his business will show his daughter she can soar.

How a mom built a business with an unexpected product

Sales took off after she started selling on Amazon, now she has expanded her unique product line

Protecting customer trust

How we're working to protect IP rights and the customer experience.
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Small-town company makes Amazon shipping labels stick

Helping Amazon deliver to customers is big business for CTM Labeling Systems.

Amazon Project Zero

Empowering brands to drive counterfeits to zero.
Diversity and inclusion
Amazon’s mission is to be the earth’s most customer-centric company, and this mission is central to our work in diversity and inclusion.
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