2018 Amazon Report
Amazon is less of an e-retailer today than it was a year ago, and that progression isn’t going to stop.
In 2017, Amazon’s online retail business accounted for 61% of its revenue. In 2014, it was 77%. Amazon is diversifying, getting into bricks-and-mortar retail (with the acquisition of Whole Foods), and building out highly profitable services retailers and other businesses can outsource to Amazon, which include fulfillment and cloud computing, and the use of the Amazon marketplace.
The 41-page 2018 Amazon Report examines these services and what they contribute to Amazon. It digs into Amazon’s evolving U.S. retail business, including developments in healthcare, grocery and private label. It also includes a detailed review of last month’s Amazon Prime Day sale event.
View the table of contents for full details on what’s included in the report.