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Why I am Starting to Sell in Amazon Europe and Expanding FBA Sales – ALL73

Conquer Europe…that is the quest. I am going and I am growing. Here is how, here is why. Here is what you need to know on the challenges on Amazon.eu and Amazon.co.uk and how expanding can help your business exponentially

How to Crush it With Amazon.eu

  • The power of improvement, language and living abroad
  • Why I am starting to sell in UK
  • The Amazon Copywriting Bible as BONUS for anyone that buys Scott Voelker’s private label classroom
  • Why getting started selling in Europe is easier than you think
  • How competition is key to expanding
  • Ways to setup scaling with outsourcings
  • How expanding increases margins
  • Why not play the game in other places
  • What I have done in looking into Amazon.co.uk
  • Why I am going to be going to do through an Amazon EU course
  • You can start with an US bank account while selling in Europe
  • How scaling can grow your business big time
  • Why I am excited on getting to Europe
  • The ease of shipping in Europe
  • AMZStars is the ReviewKick of Europe – 10% OFF COUPON CODE: FBAALLSTARS10 
  • And AMZTracker works in EU and has a UK review club!
  • What products do you start with in selling abroad
  • Why I like courses to save time learning – Scott’s course for US FBA sellers

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3 Comments

  1. Hi Matt,

    I am an American living in Spain and I enjoy listening to your show. I started doing product research a few months ago and came up with an idea to modify an existing product. I am working with a factory in China to make the prototype right now. After looking into Amazon UK I realized that I could white label the original product without the modification in the UK while I wait for the new product to be made. The same original product would be pretty difficult to try and sell in the US due to major competition now and a price that has dropped due to that competition. The market is definitely smaller in the UK, but there is less competition for sure. I imagine the competition will be coming soon enough. The advantage of selling in the UK for us Americans is the confusion of dealing in Europe and taxes etc in will scare some people off. For a first time American FBA seller like myself, getting my start on Amazon UK rather than the US site adds another challenge to the learning curve. But I am up for it. My first order will be completed next week and should hit the UK warehouse by the end of the month. I am glad to hear you are jumping into the European scene and look forward to hearing more about it on future episodes. One question I do have for you. US bank accounts are fine for the UK and the Norhtern European countries I know. But for Spain and Italy, a bank account in the Euro zone is required. Although some info in the forums say that has changed, after talking to Amazon Spain, they still say a bank account in the Euro zone is required. For reasons I won’t get into here, I do not have a bank account in Spain. Any recommendations for a good bank to open an account with in the Eurozone online? I did some research over the weekend and will make some inquiries today and tomorrow. I am sure I will find something, but if you have any leads on that, it would be great. If not, I will share with you what I find out when I accomplish that.

    Hope Colombia is treating you well. I am engaged to a Colombian woman I met here in Spain and hope to get over there before the end of the year. Take care Matt.

    James

    • heck yeah. glad you like the podcast

      i know a lot of people use services like WorldFirst bank or that

      actualy in zurich now but it was fun!

  2. Can I just say what a relief to find someone who actually knows what theyre talking about on the internet. You definitely know how to bring an issue to light and make it important. More people need to read this and understand this side of the story. I cant believe youre not more popular because you definitely have the gift.

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