Training Resources

TRAINING RESOURCES

How do your like to learn? Watch, read, ask...

Training Videos

Webinars and training videos that share best practices and strategies on a variety of vendor-related subjects.

How To Guides

Our helpful training guides look at different strategies and processes vendors can implement to boost sales on Amazon. 

Vendor Helpdesk

For those pressing unanswered questions, send them directly to the helpdesk for our vendor experts to assist.

What subject would you like to learn more about?

  • Operations

    Learn to manage operations efficiently and within Amazon's performance metrics.

  • Product Management

    Master tips and tricks on how to create product pages for optimal traffic and conversion.

  • Selling Strategies

    Discover the most recent, proven selling strategies to help grow your business on Amazon.

  • Brand Protection

    Learn techniques to protect your brand from unauthorized sellers and counterfeiting.

  • Advertising

    Find out how to leverage Amazon Ads to increase product visibility and grow sales.

  • Negotiation

    Understand the best way to work with Amazon and negotiate the Amazon way.

  • SEO

    Learn different approaches to ensure your  products get maximum exposure on Amazon.

  • Profitability

    Gain insights into how Amazon calculates margin and devise strategies to remain profitable.

Network with Vendor Society members across the globe

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Arrange meetups or share your experiences and best practices online with fellow vendors in North America and Europe.

All members are invited to be part of our private vendor community on LinkedIn. You must be a Vendor Society member to join.

Available only to manufacturers, brand owners, and distributors. This is not a a feature for agencies, consultants or third party software providers.

"From feedback from our members, the networking has been hugely beneficial. Sharing pain points and finding out they are not alone in the Amazon jungle has been a great help for not only their business but them personally."

Carina McLeod

Founder of Vendor Society
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