How You Can Use Amazon to Grow Your Business in 2019

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Name: How You Can Use Amazon to Grow Your Business in 2019
Date: January 24, 2019
Time: 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM CST
Event Description:
If you sell physical products under your own brand name, you need a strategic Amazon plan in 2019. This applies to any size business, whether you're a local solo operation or have a manufacturing plant for your products.

Consider these numbers:
Last year, Amazon reported it had over 100 million Amazon Prime members. (Source: CNN Money,
That's roughly 64% of American households have Amazon Prime memberships. (Source: Forbes,

Imagine getting access to a marketplace with that kind of reach. Imagine the impact your locally-based business can have by making your products available to Amazon shoppers across the United States.

In this workshop, we'll discuss some key strategies that can place your brand in front of thousands of new customers who are looking for a product exactly like yours.

This information is for:
- Any business that sells products under their own brand name
- Etsy sellers and makers
- Manufacturers
- Marketing experts or business consultants

Join us at Muletown Collective on Thursday, January 24, 2019, from 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm.

About your facilitator:

Christina Rado is a project manager for a multi-million dollar Amazon business. She has created and launched several new brands and products, some of which have ranked within the top .03% of sales in their respective categories on Amazon. She and her team consult with small businesses and have created an e-course to show small businesses how to launch products on Amazon's platform.

Christina is a Columbia resident and Muletown Collective member. She is excited to bring this information to local businesses to help our community reach new levels of success.
Muletown Collective 307 West 11th Street, Columbia, Tennessee 38401
Date/Time Information:
Jan 24 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
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