If you weren’t already aware, Amazon Aggregators are killing it right now.
When you consider this industry barely existed at the beginning of 2020, to say Amazon Aggregators are doing well would be an understatement. In fact, we’re talking a minimum of a whopping $1billion raised each month this year, consecutively.
And that’s including equity, as well as debt financing.
What’s the difference between 2020 and 2021?
If you’re after scale, let’s compare.
In 2020, there weren’t many aggregators around at all. But they still managed to raise around $1 billion-ish.
And this year? Approximately $1 billion is being secured each month.
So why is there so much interest in companies wanting me to sell my Amazon business, I hear you say?
Of course, it’s easy to make the assumption that the ongoing pandemic contributed to an acceleration in Amazon spending. Consumers were ordering anything and everything online, whilst they were unable to go down the road to get their usual items from the high street.
If there was someone out there who didn’t consider Amazon as a major contender in the retail god wars, they’re probably eating their words right now.
If you’ve had a booming time making Amazon sales since the start of the pandemic, you’re not alone. And that’s precisely why Amazon Aggregators are looking for FBA brands to acquire, streamline, and scale.
In this year alone, there were 45 Amazon Aggregators declaring rounds of funding. And of those 45, there were a whopping 29 companies raising over $10 million. There are quite a few other Amazon aggregators that are still active but have yet to declare numbers.
Should I sell my Amazon seller account?
You can only just imagine how much dollar is out there buying smaller Amazon stores out right now. If you’ve been looking to sell your Amazon FBA business, there is certainly no shortage of aggregators on the lookout.
However, as always, and with most things in life, it’s better to shop around. That’s why we have over 150 potential buyers for you to sift through, right here. Sound like a lot of work? It isn’t. In fact, it actually takes less than 2 minutes.
This website was created by ex-Amazon sellers, Martin Smith and Richard Turnbull.
To learn about our story, our private label FBA brands, and our first-hand experience selling to Amazon aggregators, click here.
You may also wish to check out our 2022 Definitive Guide to Amazon Aggregators.
Written for FBA sellers, this simple, easy to follow document takes less than 5 minutes to read and represents the culmination of over 100 hours of research into the Amazon aggregator space. To access the guide today, click this link.