Amazon India partners with ‘Womennovator’ to help women entrepreneurs
E-commerce giant Amazon India has partnered with ‘Womennovator’ - a global incubator to take women entrepreneurs to the global markets.
With this association, Amazon claims it will help around 200 women entrepreneurs associated with Womennovator to launch their products on Amazon’s international marketplaces and websites through its global selling initiative.
Amazon will organise skill development workshops on nuances of e-commerce exports as well as training on the listing of products, pricing, global logistics and more to these entrepreneurs.
Commenting on the association, Bhupen Wakankar, director of global trade at Amazon India in a statement said, “We are excited about this association with Womennovator and the potential it has to programmatically help 200 of their members to create global brands from India. Our focus at Amazon India is to continue to make exports easier and more accessible for businesses of all sizes as we work towards our commitment of enabling $20 billion in cumulative e-commerce exports from India by 2025.”
Tripti Singhal Somani, founder of Womennovator added, “This association with Amazon Global Selling is a significant milestone, and we are excited to support our women entrepreneurs in their journey toward achieving global success.”
Amazon Global Selling is a program that helps Indian entrepreneurs sell their products in international markets. The company claims that currently more than one lakh exporters across India sell their products in about 200 countries across the world.
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