Australia - New e-commerce marketplace wants consumer products

This is a business opportunity from an overseas buyer. Pitch for the business and explain how your company meets their requirements.

Amazon Australia is looking for new and unique products to sell online to consumers.

Details

Opportunity closing date
31 March 2020
Opportunity publication date
13 September 2019
Opportunity type
Private Sector
Industry
Clothing, Footwear & Fashion, Electronics & IT Hardware, Giftware, Jewellery & Tableware, Household Goods, Furniture & Furnishings, Retail & Luxury, Textiles, Interior Textiles & Carpets
Enquiries received
16
Value of contract
Value unknown
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Description

You should be a UK brand, manufacturer or retailer that can provide a broad range of quality consumer goods including:

- clothes and fashion
- gardening and DIY
- furniture and homeware
- sport and outdoor
- electronics and computers
- toys and games
- books, CDs and records

A report in 2018, found more than 73% of Australian households shopped online.

The study highlighted that the 5 most popular UK items purchased and areas of demand by Australian online shoppers were:

- clothes 34%
- books 30%
- CDs, DVDs and records 18%
- accessories 12%
- footwear 9%

The research was conducted by Trinity McQueen for the Australian Royal Mail.

Amazon Australia is an emerging online marketplace and you can provide its customers with more choice by adding to selection.

Opportunity closing date
31 March 2020
Value of contract
Value unknown
The buyer is happy to talk to
manufacturers

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Express your interest to the Department for International Trade.

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