1-2-1 Amazon Vendor Central Training
If you sell via Vendor Central, you're a first-party seller and selling in bulk to Amazon.
If you have been invited to use the Amazon Vendor Central Platform then this training programme is all about how you can take your Amazon Vendor Skills to the next level. Perhaps, you've had some good sales to date but you know there is more you could be selling more with your Amazon Vendor Central Account.
We have worked with Manufacturers and Distributors across the UK to help them with their Amazon Sales and we find the best way is to come to you and embed these key selling skills within your Business.
Who is the Training Course for?
The practical Training Workshop is for Manufacturers and Distributors already using the Amazon Vendor Central Platform
"Alex is a great example of someone who is a true expert in their field, he invests time and effort in keeping up with the latest developments and runs his own sales programme so that his advice is strengthened by the reality of day to day management of the Amazon platform. I would highly recommend him to any business wishing to succeed in driving sales on Amazon."
Mark Prince, Business Growth Expert
Where does the Vendor Central Training Take Place?
In-Company Amazon Vendor Training - we come to your premises and train you and your team (up to 5 people attending) 9am - 5pm
We also offer Free One Month's Email Support After the Training Day.
What areas are covered in the Training?
The Vendor training is tailored around your requirements, however, here are some of the key areas we tend to cover in this particular 1-2-1 Workshop:
Creating an 'Amazon Plan' to generate new ideas and drive your Business forward
Full Amazon Vendor Central Audit/Review
Areas to look out for
Amazon Tools To Analyse Sales and Potential Sales
Vendor Central v Seller Central
Managing your Purchase Orders and Returns
Listing Your Products
Writing Compelling Content
Optimising your products
Monitoring your performance
Advanced Amazon Advertising
Building a Brand on Amazon
Tying everything together in an 'Action Plan' to make sure everything gets implemented