Islamabad: The Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority (SMEDA) on Wednesday (March 30) has arranged a one-day training programme on ‘selling on Amazon from Pakistan’ to promote business growth, according to media reports published on Tuesday (March 29).
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As per the details, the SMEDA has organised the training session under the National Business Development Programme (NBDP) for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) to provide non-financial advisory services. The training session will be attended by new and existing entrepreneurs, small business owners, and professionals working in IT, e-commerce, etc.
Moreover, the training session will provide information on introduction to Amazon, how Amazon started in Pakistan, comparison of Amazon with other platforms, how to invest in it, introduction to private label, benefits of Amazon business, freelancing and Amazon virtual assistant, categories in Amazon, and much more.
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Sharing more details, it was disclosed that the training programme will highlight why Amazon was blocked in Pakistan, sustainability in Amazon business, stock and inventory management, payments option in Amazon, online presence, and target market.