Tailored seller tools and services will enable Saudi businesses to reach customers on Amazon.sa
Amazon Saudi Arabia recently hosted its annual Seller Summit in Riyadh, showcasing a suite of cutting-edge tools and services designed to empower small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) in Saudi Arabia.
These innovations are tailored to help SMBs reach millions of online customers and drive accelerated business growth, just in time for the busy end-of-year shopping season, with the White Friday sale, the biggest sale of the year on Amazon.sa, around the corner, according to a press communique.
Immersive master classes
The event brought together hundreds of Saudi sellers for immersive master classes to test and explore Amazon’s diverse solutions that simplify the selling partner journey from product listing, advertising and brand building, to shipping and fulfillment.
To further accelerate the growth of local sellers, Amazon showcased its enhanced Arabic mobile seller app, making it more accessible and convenient for local businesses to manage their online stores from anywhere, in their language of choice.
Participants at the Saudi Seller Summit heard directly from senior leaders and subject matter experts about leveraging Amazon’s latest capabilities to reach more customers, meet growth goals and drive success, the press note continued.
“At Amazon, we recognize the contribution of local businesses and SMBs to a country’s economic growth, diversification and job creation. Our annual Saudi Seller Summit delivers tailored solutions that address the needs of Saudi sellers, who are eager to be a part of the Kingdom’s Vision towards a digital economy,” affirmed Ronaldo Mouchawar, Vice President, Amazon Middle East and North Africa.
The Saudi Seller Summit celebrated the growth and success of sixteen independent selling partners who excelled over the past year. Award winners were recognized for their performance related to customer satisfaction, delivery speed, and use of Amazon seller tools, among other categories.
“Our end-to-end advertising, brand-building and account management tools, supported by our shipping and fulfillment capabilities make it easier for our selling partners to reach millions of customers on Amazon.sa,” remarked Karim Ghandour, Head of Marketplace, Amazon Saudi Arabia.
In addition to learning from Amazon experts, Saudi Arabia’s SMBs also had the opportunity to network among peers, exchange knowledge and share success stories.
“I look forward to Amazon’s Seller Summit to connect with the Saudi seller community and celebrate our collective success. Moreover, the solutions that are showcased each year demonstrate just how closely Amazon is listening to its selling partners and how committed the company is to solve our unique challenges,” Nabegh Alzaiter, an independent selling partner on Amazon.sa stressed.
Since the launch of Amazon.sa in 2020, the company has continued to invest in Saudi Arabia’s growing SMB sector, providing logistics support, tools, services, programs, and teams to help sellers get started, build their brands, and leverage Amazon’s scale to reach more customers, the press statement concluded.