With more than 20 years of e-commerce experience, Scott Moller co-founded Year 5 to help small businesses manage the many intricate and ever-changing details of what it takes to sell successfully on Amazon. Year 5 utilizes digital tools to allow its clients to be fully and properly represented, from listings to advertising and everything in between, allowing some clients to reach more than $100,000 in sales in their first 30 days of business on Amazon.
One of the most critical services that Scott and his team help small businesses utilize is Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA). Small businesses are provided access to this global infrastructure and millions of Prime customers for a low price, and Amazon will take care of all the packing, labeling, shipping, and delivery – all with guaranteed two-day delivery. Scott’s clients who may be short on staff and budget are able to take full advantage of FBA’s wide range of services to keep costs low while delivering to people across the country quickly and affordably.
“The benefits Amazon offers our small business clients are crucial to their growth and profitability,” says Scott.
Though Year 5 has helped dozens and dozens of small businesses grow their companies, Scott is worried that Congress’ plans to pass legislation breaking up Amazon Prime will harm his clients. “I’m concerned that Congress doesn’t understand how Amazon benefits small businesses and the entire digital ecosystem, that small businesses actually want the full suite of services that Amazon provides. Passing a bill that unravels such a vital part of how small businesses grow and find customers will be severely damaging.”