Ecommerce exports have allowed Indian sellers to expand globally with ease. With the myriad opportunities available and ecommerce export program like Amazon Global Selling, sellers can tap into different international marketplaces and make their dreams of starting an export business come true. With over 70,000 MSMEs registered with Amazon and a growing customer base of 300 million, Indian sellers expand globally with ease. There are many best practices for successful exporting, which can help Indian businesses. India exports to over 200 countries across the world, and with ecommerce exports, export trade has become easier than ever.
Where to export from India?
Germany, UK, France, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Poland, Turkey and the Netherlands
Japan, Singapore and Australia
Top products exported from India
What are the top export practices to follow?
To be successful at exporting, sellers can follow a few export practices that can help them grow their business. This trade guide on export explores five practices to follow for successful exporting.
Decide where and what to sell
Analyzing and understanding the export opportunity across the world will help sellers have a clear idea about the global market, as they get ready to start their export business. Questions like ‘Does my product require any special packaging’, ‘Do I need any expert assistance’ are often on the minds of sellers. Sellers can plan a research and development strategy to learn about the market trends and analyze export practices. When selling internationally through Amazon, a natural approach is to think about the best selling products in India and understand if the same are in demand across the world.
Create attractive product listings
For successful exporting from India
, sellers can use high-quality images and effectively categorize product listings to increase visibility and offer a seamless experience for international customers. Sellers can add descriptive titles, clear images, and concise feature bullets to their products.
Register with Export Promotion Councils
Sellers can register with the Export Promotion Councils
to gain access to various resources. From being updated with latest export schemes and notifications to organizing trade fairs, export promotion councils in India act as facilitating agencies in the country's export trade. Currently, there are 26 export councils that promote specific products. For instance, the Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council (GJEPC), as the name suggests, promotes gems and jewellery exports. Similarly, Council for Leather Exports (CLE) promotes leather exports.
Benefit from schemes for exporters
Sellers can benefit from public subsidies for exporters that are offered by export promotion councils and chambers of commerce in several nations. They can also learn about the resources available for exporting their products like shipping, documentation assistance, etc.
Watch export videos and tutorials
In an ever-changing global market, it’s important for sellers to upskill themselves and stay updated. Amazon’s Seller University provides educational resources to help Indian brands, businesses, and entrepreneurs learn how to succeed as Amazon Global Selling partners. Seller University provides detailed guides on end to end processes, services, tools, products and policies, for global expansion with ease via various modes of education such as videos, study materials and online webinars.
Export directly through ecommerce
With ecommerce export programs like Amazon Global Selling, sellers can reach millions of customers without any intermediaries. They can directly export to various Amazon international marketplaces
like Amazon USA
, UK, UAE, Australia
, and Japan. With easy registration and access to a worldwide customer base of 300 million, it can help them achieve their export business goals.
Opt for hassle-free global shipping
Delivering global orders plays a crucial role for sellers to be successful and grow your business. Indian sellers can fulfill their global orders with ease by themselves or use Amazon India international shipping methods. With Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA)
, sellers have to ship their products to Amazon’s international fulfillment centers. Amazon stores, packs and delivers products on their behalf, and also handles returns and customer service.
Why export from India with Amazon Global Selling?
Starting and managing your Amazon export business has become easier than ever for Indian sellers, thanks to state-of-the-art logistic solutions and tools. With its easy-to-use tools and a seamless registration process, exporters can expand their business and sell on Amazon marketplaces with the assistance of Amazon Global Selling
. With access to Amazon's 300 million+ active customers worldwide, geography no longer limits Indian sellers, opening export opportunities to 200+ countries and territories. Selling on Amazon presents a powerful worldwide channel for businesses of all kinds with no initial expenditures of developing a website or setting up a physical store.
Make the most of the growing community of 300 million international customers on Amazon marketplaces
Increase sales by participating in year-round sale events like Prime Day and Cyber Monday
Focus on your business while Amazon helps you with international logistics like Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA).
Published on August 25, 2021.
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