It was mid-2021.
Richard and I (Martin) were considering selling our Amazon FBA businesses, having been approached by multiple brokers and Amazon Aggregators over the past few months.
Our brands, with nearly 100% of their sales coming from Amazon, had been absolutely flying, revenue-wise, since 2015.
Covid, Brexit and logistics
Many FBA sellers were still struggling with the fall-out from Covid at that time, as well as the challenge of global logistics.
And whilst we were fortunate enough to dodge the majority of those sh1t bullets, the fun and games of Brexit and moving stock into Europe remained.
In other words:
By September 2021, Richard and I felt it was the right time to exit our respective businesses. And move on to pastures new.
Selling your Amazon business
If this resonates with your current situation and headspace, you’re not alone.
In fact, since starting this service, we have now spoken to over 300 Amazon FBA sellers, each with their own unique back story, brand, and reasons for exiting.
Okay, I know what you’re thinking:
What does this have to do with a definitive guide to Amazon Aggregators?
Well, as part of our 2021 research into the minefield of brokers, buyers and aggregators, one thing was clear.
There’s an astounding lack of decent, added-value information for FBA sellers in this space.
The vast majority of ‘expert guides’ are reworked Google posts written by editors and copywriters with absolutely no direct experience of selling on Amazon, or – for that matter – what it’s like working with Amazon Aggregators.
Amazon Aggregators – your definitive guide
And so, Richard and I have taken it upon ourselves to create something special.
For all those FBA sellers out there who want the salient facts and figures. Without wasting hours of time searching for them:
Have a read today (it will take you less than 5 minutes) and let us know what you think.
As always, we are here for any questions you have about Amazon Aggregators and the process of selling your business to one.
To learn about our story, our private label FBA brands, and our first-hand experience selling to Amazon aggregators, click here.