This listing is for an Amazon FBA and ecommerce business created in January 2015 in the apparel & accessories niche. The business provides an assortment of apparel & accessory products relating to health, fitness, sports, and the outdoors. The majority of revenue is generated from the Amazon FBA side of the business, but the products are also sold on Walmart, eBay, Zulily, and a branded website.
The non-Amazon FBA sales currently account for less than 10% of overall sales. The seller has been fulfilling these orders themselves and storing the inventory at a warehouse, but has agreed to move that inventory to a 3rd party logistics company during the migration process.
The business includes the Amazon Seller Central account with over 130 product SKUs and is currently registered with Amazon’s Brand Registry program. The business has primarily sold in the Amazon US marketplace, but has also expanded to Amazon Canada and EU. New inventory hasn’t been sent to Canada in some time, but the seller did find success selling there. Sales in the Amazon EU marketplace weren’t performing well, so the seller pulled the inventory.
There are also two domains and a Facebook page associated with the business.
One of the domains leads to a Shopify store where a small amount of sales do take place. The other domain’s site features content that sends visitors to the Amazon listings to actually purchase the products.
* The business was also selling on Bonanza, but these earnings were not significant enough to include in the valuation. The Bonanza account can either be closed or migrated to new owner.
** The business did receive a warning for selling patented parts, but a licensing agreement with the company is now in place. The business is approved to sell these parts on Amazon.
Average Monthly Revenue: $35,440
Average Monthly Expenses: $30,889
Average Monthly Net Profit: $4,551
* We are using the last 7 months to determine the averages.
Assets Included in Sale
Included in the sale of the business are
Inventory is not normally included in the list price, further details can be provided to active depositors.
The seller spends about 15 hours/week working on marketing, fulfilling orders for Ebay and Walmart, checking PPC, running Facebook and google ads. The seller checks inventory levels once a month to see what needs to be ordered. The seller will then order more and send a shipment to Amazon when inventory gets low. The seller will also answer customer service-emails and questions.
Reason for Sale
The seller is selling the business because the cashflow required to run the business is too much for the seller personally and they’re looking for a full-time job.
Sale Pending: No
First Seen: Mon, Mar 26th 2018
Last Updated: Sat, Apr 14th 2018