Whether you are new to international business or a seasoned exporter, Amazon provides the tools and support you need to grow internationally while taking much of the complexity, cost, and effort out of selling internationally.
Where & What to sell
Before you extend your online sales to international customers, you should understand the implications for your business. Get to know the basic information about selling globally on Amazon.
Now that you have an idea of where you'd like to expand your business, it's time to explore how taxes and regulations might affect your business for each marketplace in which you intend to sell. This section provides an overview by region of the taxes and regulations you should be aware of when selling in Amazon’s various marketplaces and enlisting third-party resources. We recommend that you consult your tax and regulatory advisers before deciding how you will sell in other marketplaces.
Once you've figured out where you want to sell and have an understanding of the taxes and regulations for the marketplaces of your choice, registration is only a few clicks away. In the following section, we review the process of creating a Seller Central account in your selected Amazon marketplaces and creating product offers to start selling.
Getting your products to customers promptly is an important part of creating a great customer experience. The same is true whether you're selling domestically or internationally. In this section, we cover the technical considerations of fulfilling orders on your own and using Fulfillment by Amazon, so you can plan a fulfillment strategy that is best for your business.
When you sell in an Amazon marketplace, you are required to provide customer support in the local language of the marketplace. For instance, if you are selling on Amazon.co.jp or Amazon.es, you’re required to provide customer support in Japanese or Spanish, respectively. You can choose to do it on your own or you can have Amazon do it when you join FBA.