Sell Worldwide on Amazon: These Marketplaces Are Available

Amazon is growing rapidly. With a market share of over 50% in Germany and Austria, Amazon dominates online retail at will. But Amazon is also dominant internationally.

Most brand owners aim to expand their business, increase reach, and boost sales in the long run. While this can be achieved nationally to some extent, the topic of internationalization eventually appears on the agenda. National markets are inherently limited in terms of sales potential and competition.

However, even for sellers who have not yet reached this point, it can be beneficial to sell internationally on Amazon. Amazon offers various programs for this purpose, such as Amazon FBA or Pan-EU Shipping.

Can we assist you in selling worldwide and increasing your visibility on Amazon? As part of our Amazon consulting services, we are happy to analyze which markets are interesting for your products.

Amazon Marketplaces International

Asia

  • China (amazon.cn, September 2004)*

  • India (amazon.in, June 2013)*

  • Japan (amazon.co.jp, November 2000)

  • Singapore (amazon.sg, July 2017)

  • Turkey (amazon.com.tr, September 2018)

  • United Arab Emirates (amazon.ae, May 2019)

Europe

  • Germany (amazon.de, October 1998)

  • France (amazon.fr, August 2000)

  • United Kingdom (amazon.co.uk, October 1998)

  • Italy (amazon.it, November 2010)

  • Netherlands (amazon.nl, November 2014)

  • Sweden (amazon.se, October 2020)

  • Spain (amazon.es, September 2011)

  • Poland (amazon.pl, March 2021)

North America

  • Canada (amazon.ca, June 2002)

  • Mexico (amazon.com.mx, August 2013)

  • United States (amazon.com, July 1995)

South America

  • Brazil (amazon.com.br, December 2012)

Oceania

  • Australia (amazon.com.au, November 2017)

*The marketplaces in China (amazon.cn) and India (amazon.in) are currently only accessible to sellers residing within these countries.

Most brand owners aim to expand their business, increase reach, and boost sales in the long run. While this can be achieved nationally to some extent, the topic of internationalization eventually appears on the agenda. National markets are inherently limited in terms of sales potential and competition.

However, even for sellers who have not yet reached this point, it can be beneficial to sell internationally on Amazon. Amazon offers various programs for this purpose, such as Amazon FBA or Pan-EU Shipping.

Can we assist you in selling worldwide and increasing your visibility on Amazon? As part of our Amazon consulting services, we are happy to analyze which markets are interesting for your products.

Amazon Marketplaces International

Asia

  • China (amazon.cn, September 2004)*

  • India (amazon.in, June 2013)*

  • Japan (amazon.co.jp, November 2000)

  • Singapore (amazon.sg, July 2017)

  • Turkey (amazon.com.tr, September 2018)

  • United Arab Emirates (amazon.ae, May 2019)

Europe

  • Germany (amazon.de, October 1998)

  • France (amazon.fr, August 2000)

  • United Kingdom (amazon.co.uk, October 1998)

  • Italy (amazon.it, November 2010)

  • Netherlands (amazon.nl, November 2014)

  • Sweden (amazon.se, October 2020)

  • Spain (amazon.es, September 2011)

  • Poland (amazon.pl, March 2021)

North America

  • Canada (amazon.ca, June 2002)

  • Mexico (amazon.com.mx, August 2013)

  • United States (amazon.com, July 1995)

South America

  • Brazil (amazon.com.br, December 2012)

Oceania

  • Australia (amazon.com.au, November 2017)

*The marketplaces in China (amazon.cn) and India (amazon.in) are currently only accessible to sellers residing within these countries.

Most brand owners aim to expand their business, increase reach, and boost sales in the long run. While this can be achieved nationally to some extent, the topic of internationalization eventually appears on the agenda. National markets are inherently limited in terms of sales potential and competition.

However, even for sellers who have not yet reached this point, it can be beneficial to sell internationally on Amazon. Amazon offers various programs for this purpose, such as Amazon FBA or Pan-EU Shipping.

Can we assist you in selling worldwide and increasing your visibility on Amazon? As part of our Amazon consulting services, we are happy to analyze which markets are interesting for your products.

Amazon Marketplaces International

Asia

  • China (amazon.cn, September 2004)*

  • India (amazon.in, June 2013)*

  • Japan (amazon.co.jp, November 2000)

  • Singapore (amazon.sg, July 2017)

  • Turkey (amazon.com.tr, September 2018)

  • United Arab Emirates (amazon.ae, May 2019)

Europe

  • Germany (amazon.de, October 1998)

  • France (amazon.fr, August 2000)

  • United Kingdom (amazon.co.uk, October 1998)

  • Italy (amazon.it, November 2010)

  • Netherlands (amazon.nl, November 2014)

  • Sweden (amazon.se, October 2020)

  • Spain (amazon.es, September 2011)

  • Poland (amazon.pl, March 2021)

North America

  • Canada (amazon.ca, June 2002)

  • Mexico (amazon.com.mx, August 2013)

  • United States (amazon.com, July 1995)

South America

  • Brazil (amazon.com.br, December 2012)

Oceania

  • Australia (amazon.com.au, November 2017)

*The marketplaces in China (amazon.cn) and India (amazon.in) are currently only accessible to sellers residing within these countries.

Most brand owners aim to expand their business, increase reach, and boost sales in the long run. While this can be achieved nationally to some extent, the topic of internationalization eventually appears on the agenda. National markets are inherently limited in terms of sales potential and competition.

However, even for sellers who have not yet reached this point, it can be beneficial to sell internationally on Amazon. Amazon offers various programs for this purpose, such as Amazon FBA or Pan-EU Shipping.

Can we assist you in selling worldwide and increasing your visibility on Amazon? As part of our Amazon consulting services, we are happy to analyze which markets are interesting for your products.

Amazon Marketplaces International

Asia

  • China (amazon.cn, September 2004)*

  • India (amazon.in, June 2013)*

  • Japan (amazon.co.jp, November 2000)

  • Singapore (amazon.sg, July 2017)

  • Turkey (amazon.com.tr, September 2018)

  • United Arab Emirates (amazon.ae, May 2019)

Europe

  • Germany (amazon.de, October 1998)

  • France (amazon.fr, August 2000)

  • United Kingdom (amazon.co.uk, October 1998)

  • Italy (amazon.it, November 2010)

  • Netherlands (amazon.nl, November 2014)

  • Sweden (amazon.se, October 2020)

  • Spain (amazon.es, September 2011)

  • Poland (amazon.pl, March 2021)

North America

  • Canada (amazon.ca, June 2002)

  • Mexico (amazon.com.mx, August 2013)

  • United States (amazon.com, July 1995)

South America

  • Brazil (amazon.com.br, December 2012)

Oceania

  • Australia (amazon.com.au, November 2017)

*The marketplaces in China (amazon.cn) and India (amazon.in) are currently only accessible to sellers residing within these countries.