Amazon Apparel Who Is Selling What?

| October 16, 2018

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Just 13.7% of clothing products on Amazon.com are listed for sale by Amazon itself (first-party sales), with fully 86.3% listed by third-party sellersWe found 834 Amazon private-label products, equivalent to 0.1% of clothing listings on Amazon. Womenswear brand Lark & Ro is by far the biggest of Amazon’s private labels, by number of items listed.

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