In this dynamic world of the internet, there have been many innovations happening. E-commerce also called as the online shopping has seen tremendous growth and it even changed the life of Anthony Agyeman, a serial entrepreneur from Houston, Texas. He is the founder of AMZ Handsfree, a company associated with Amazon which is the ultimate place for all the sellers on Amazon. Along with him, Megan Shears is successfully running the company which offers varied services like Amazon dropshipping, Amazon Private Label and Amazon Wholesale.
Mr Agyeman became an entrepreneur at the age of 16. During his teenage, he realized the potential of online business and how it can do wonders. In the year 2016, Anthony launched his clothing line which gave him a proper insight into online sales. Generating over a million dollars per month, Anthony has taken the e-commerce business to a completely new level.
Working process of AMZ Handsfree
Doing all the work from guesswork to handling product research, AMZ Handsfree also takes care of order fulfilment and customer service. Firstly, they show how to make an Amazon Seller Central account after which they add themselves in the account to do rest of the things as a part of the process. Once the account is set up, the sellers are entitled to sell the products of any category online and make good profits through the sales.
Learnings through the journey
Anthony and Megan both have excelled in the field of e-commerce today. Throughout their journey, the duo has learnt a lot of things from their company. They said, “Looking back, we have learned that many people did not properly know how to sell on Amazon. So, we designed a service that could bring them success as an Amazon seller and change their lives forever.” Megan further stated that their clients are now aware of the products to sell online and how to generate revenue through it.
The growth of the business amidst COVID-19 pandemic
Ever since the coronavirus outbreak spread across the world, many businesses got severely affected by the pandemic. However, e-commerce and online businesses saw a drastic growth during the crisis. “Products like gloves, hand sanitizers, masks and disinfectants have seen humongous growth in online sales and many Amazon sellers have made good money out of it”, said Anthony. On a global level, Amazon hit 65% of the total e-commerce sales during the pandemic. Looking at the demand of online shopping, it seems that the consumers are no more keen to buy products through offline shopping.