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✔️#Profit took a nosedive as Amazon realized a loss of $3.8B, largely driven by a $7.6B loss on Rivian and an incremental $2B in incremental costs due to inflation and overstaffing / […]
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In this 2 part video series with Jeffery Woldt of Chain Drug Review, Andrea K Leigh analyzes Omnichannel Retailing and its impact on the retail marketplace and talks about Amazon’s relentless pursuit of consumer-centric innovation, ongoing efforts to carve out a bigger presence in the food and health care sectors, and synergies between the company’s online and brick-and-mortar assets.
Amazon released their Q3 2021 earnings on October 28, 2021. Here are a few takeaways on the eCommerce giant’s financial results and go-forward strategy:
I sat in on a meeting recently where a large, established CPG client reviewed their competitive market data. After looking at several graphs and pie charts comparing them to the other top three competitors (while their team explained and defended basis points increases and decreases in market share), I took notice of one pie chart in particular.
Prime Day gives small business owners a unique opportunity to drive traffic to their Amazon site and increase brand awareness and conversion. In 2020, small businesses played a larger role in Prime Day as Amazon invested millions in promotional activities to help small businesses around the world increase their sales and reach new customers.
Hint: It’s all about risk and reward! In 2005, I joined the ranks of a company called Amazon.com – a company that was, at that time, a retail underdog. Their stock price was laughable at $25/share (vs. nearly $1,000/share today), and their annual revenues definitely weren’t keeping Walmart up at night.