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New B2B Marketplace Coming To Amazon Business

By Chris Crum

May 7, 2015

Amazon announced a new B2B marketplace called Amazon Business, which features unique benefits tailored specifically to businesses. In fact, you even need a business license to use it, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Amazon Business includes search and browsing features geared toward businesses as well as business-only pricing, including quantity discounts from select manufacturers and sellers. Businesses can also get free two-day shipping on orders of $49 or more.

Business shoppers will be able to view multiple offers on a single product page for price comparisons. The product pages include studio-quality photography, dimensions, CAD drawings, and manufacturer how-tos.

"We've heard from business customers that they love the convenience of shopping online, and want an experience at work that is similar to how they shop at home," said Prentis Wilson, Vice President of Amazon Business. "Amazon Business delivers a new and expanded marketplace that brings the selection, convenience and value of Amazon to business [...]

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