Three SME leaders tell us what they got out of attending the Amazon Academy in Newcastle, an event designed to help small businesses get savvy online.
Dr Craig Rose, founder of Seaweed & Co., explains how Amazon is helping him spread the word and helping people fall in love with seaweed.
The UK’s productivity levels have failed to catch-up since the economic downturn could scaling online be the solution to the puzzle
Sue Beverley from the Department for International Trade recently gave a talk at Amazon Academy Newcastle, an event series aimed at small businesses that are looking to expand online.
Torro is an accessories brand that spotted a gap in the market for moderately priced leather phone covers. Here, co-founder Michael Farnworth explained how they got traction online.
It’s a common dilemma for many young professionals: face an eye-watering 12-hour shift in your favourite heels, or pack spare shoes and lug them around all day” Janan Leo has found her own solution to this daily commuters” struggle.
Here are the six top lessons we learned this week from Amazon Academy Newcastle.
Jay Rawal, founder of the remarkable chocolate brand, attended the first ever Amazon Academy in 2016 and straightaway took his products online to resounding success.
With the Amazon Academy coming to Newcastle on 5th June, we speak to three business owners operating in very different industries about what it has been like launching and running a business in the city.
The next Amazon Academy is just around the corner, but what exactly do delegates get out of the day” Here are some reasons businesses should attend.
Amazon Academy has returned this year with a bang the first event was held in Glasgow in April, and the next stop is Newcastle.
Whatever you think of the Conservatives, their focus on building the “Northern Powerhouse” has been much welcomed here in Newcastle, taking us one step closer to challenging the capital.