Confidently navigating the Amazon shark tank thanks to swarm intelligence - with Jannik Eilts from AMZ Hackers

Fatih-Kağan Taşkoparan

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Some people hate it, others love it, but at least we can all agree: Networking is one of the most important entrepreneurial skills. It's not for nothing that they say: "Your Network Is Your Net Worth." The AMZ hackers - an Amazon FBA community with around 500 Amazon sellers who share a common goal - know this too: To take their own FBA business to the next level.

How do you achieve a monthly turnover of 100,000 euros in e-commerce? Community Manager and Amazon Seller Jannik Eilts is looking for answers to questions like these together with the AMZ Hackers community. "AMZ Hackers is a community of sellers for sellers that has developed from the fact that e-commerce sellers are usually solo warriors who usually start out sitting alone in their basement and don't have much to do with other retailers. AMZ Hackers was born out of this need," explains Jannick. They support each other in advancing their online business and benefit from the network's expertise.

In the latest episode of "Thanks for Shopping!", Jannik tells our podcast hosts Nadja Müller and Saravanan Sundaram why exchange and networking are important in the e-commerce sector, what the admission process to the community looks like and which three key essentials they teach their sellers for a successful business.