Amazon Seller Success Stories: Bendigo Gaming TechBefore we launched our Retail and Marketplace offering, Bendigo Gaming Tech was a website-only business that struggled to attract customers. Owner Tyler Swann’s luck changed when he started selling on Amazon, which resulted in “incredible” traffic to his products.
Vitaman offers a range of 100% Australian-made natural skincare and haircare solutions for men. Established by experienced beauty therapist, international skincare lecturer, and former salon owner Clare Castles in 1999, Vitaman was the first men's grooming e-commerce brand in Australia.
Established after a trip to Mexico left co-founder and CEO Drew Bilbe pondering the connection between the soft drinks market and obesity and diabetes, Nexba makes naturally sugar-free drinks that use no artificial sweeteners, preservatives, or flavours, and are 100% vegan friendly.
It took Lyre’s co-founders Mark Livings and Carl Hartmann years to perfect their range of non-alcoholic spirits, striving to ensure they would precisely and meticulously mimic the taste, bouquet, and mouthfeel of their alcoholic counterparts.
Amazon Launchpad is an exciting new program we’re launching to help Aussie startups and entrepreneurs bring innovative and unique products to local customers who are looking for items with a homegrown twist.
Ido Leffler and Lance Kalish are two of the founders of Beach House Group, a brand incubator that’s dedicated to adding a touch of flair to categories that traditionally have none. The team are familiar with Amazon Launchpad having used on Amazon in the U.S., where they’ve successfully sold their men’s skincare brand, Marlowe.