Amazon Prime Members Day 2022 will be held in July this year

Amazon Prime Members Day 2022 will be held in July this year

Today, Amazon announced that Amazon Prime Members Day 2022 will be held in July this year, and the event will cover more than 20 Amazon sites worldwide.
Amazon’s global third-party sellers will send Amazon’s more than 200 million Prime members worldwide, covering all kinds of goods with superb offers.
To help sellers successfully prepare for the annual sales season, Amazon has launched a series of new initiatives and services in warehousing and logistics, brand building, compliance, and operations.

1. Storage and logistics
Amazon provides sellers with diversified choices. From ocean freight full container and ocean freight LCL, to express ship, air freight commercial flights and charter flights, and Z-Parcel official parcels, a variety of solutions meet the needs of different sellers. Meanwhile, combined with the huge demand for sellers to replenish goods at destination ports during peak seasons, Amazon has also recently launched STAR service (shipping to Amazon FBA satellite warehouse) and STS service (shipping to sellers’ designated overseas warehouse) to reduce the impact of supply chain instability on sellers and control transportation costs.

2. Brand building aspect
Amazon went live in April in the U.S. station 👉 All product search performance reports and search term performance reports, brand sellers can use multi-dimensional data insights to effectively develop peak season strategies. In addition, Amazon also launched a self-service application process for the use of brand tools, a 👉New Seller Bundle worth $50,000, an average rebate of 10% 👉Brand Attraction Rewards Program, and 20,000 👉Transparency Transparency Program free codes and other benefits.

3. Compliance
Amazon will speed up the complaint review timeline, enhance the monitoring of abusive Amazon policies, and system protection for participating promotional items to ensure the safety of sellers’ accounts during Prime Members’ Day.

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