Upcoming Webinar

How Amazon Business Can Help You Grow Your B2B Sales

A live webinar with Feedonomics and Amazon Business on Thursday, January 21st @ 10am PT / 1pm ET

How Amazon Business Can Help You Grow Your B2B Sales

Today’s B2B buyers are seeking faster, more efficient ways to purchase their supplies and corporate items. According to a study by Forrester, US B2B eCommerce sales are projected to reach $1.8 trillion by 2023. So how can B2B sellers tap into this growing audience?

Amazon Business offers a secure marketplace for buyers who want an easier procurement experience for paper goods, office supplies, food, equipment and more. If you are a B2B seller, you should consider selling on Amazon Business.

Find out why more and more B2B sellers are using Amazon Business to reach customers in Feedonomics’ upcoming webinar with the technology giant on Thursday, January 21st @ 10am PT / 1pm ET.

Attendees of the webinar will learn:

  • Who uses Amazon Business and why it matters
  • How its features are tailored to meet the needs of businesses
  • What sellers can expect from using Amazon Business
  • How its integration with Feedonomics adds additional value

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Our Speakers

Colin Madden, Senior Director of Sales, Feedonomics

Colin leads all of Sales at Feedonomics. He loves building teams that push each other to be better. Feedonomics’ core values center around how to build this type of team, and prepare yourself mentally every day to help your team succeed. Colin believes the commitment to WE instead of ME is what makes Feedonomics special — because that WE extends to our clients as well.

Kimberly Smith, Solutions Architect, Amazon Business

Kimberly Smith has been with Amazon Business since 2014, and currently supports Selling Partners and app developers as a Solutions Architect. Her team is responsible for helping Selling Partners integrate their business functions with Selling on Amazon, ranging from loading and managing their catalogs to automation via APIs.