The Empowery Go Global, an e-commerce program from Empowery, is now helping Amazon sellers conveniently get into the big five European markets, as well as Canada and the US. Continue reading
Minneapolis, MN, Nov 08, 2019 /prREACH/ -- Empowery eCommerce Cooperative, a member-owned non-profit dedicated to assisting e-commerce entrepreneurs to achieve their business goals, has recently introduced its Empowery Go Global initiative. The company says that the program makes global expansion easier for e-commerce brand owners and entrepreneurs. As part of this program, the members receive a plethora of critical business support to expand in the EU Big 5, Canada, and US markets.
"Literally, you can be in the European market in 30 days or less with this concept, without any fear of VAT, paperwork, multi-country registrations, and by the way, still be 100% compliant with the law. This is the best of both worlds and is to me the lowest possible risk with which someone can enter the market," said Steve Simonson on Go Global Program.
According to Simonson, the company's co-founder, expanding into a new, international market involves several painful processes such as VAT, etc. In many instances, these small requirements cause prolonged delays and make the process frustrating and expensive for business owners. He says the Go Global program from Empowery was built to relieve e-commerce entrepreneurs from this stress by taking care of all these requirements. Members can try out their product in those marketplaces to find out if it will do well. Moreover, if the product does well in the new Amazon marketplaces, they start making money on product(s) while going through the steps of getting their VAT set up.
Empowery has a team of people working around the clock to bring better ideas, resources, suppliers, hacks, prices, and much more to online-focused companies, he confirms. Simonson is a lifetime entrepreneur, having founded, purchased, built and sold numerous companies over the past three decades. Especially passionate about entrepreneurship, Simonson has also been a finalist in the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
"There is nothing out there quite like this. If you've considered going into the EU or Canada, but are hesitant to jump in with both feet, this is the perfect way to dip your toe in quickly, and then get a lot of information with the least amount of cost and energy," said Melissa Simonson, a spokesperson from Empowery.
Those interested in learning more about the Empowery Go Global program should visit the company's official website.