Baking and Food Products Ecommerce Dropship Website
Asking Price: $290,000
This business is a 100% dropship Amazon store focused on the sale of baking products and other food items to Amazon customers. Currently there are around 1,500 items offered through its Amazon store and the business has a customer satisfaction rating of around 95%. All orders are presently processed either by the existing dropshipper or via Amazon FBA (product shipped to Amazon fulfillment center by dropshipper) thus ensuring minimal inventory management. Existing dropshipper is willing to extend same terms to new buyer if required. The website can be operated by one owner spending approximately 10 hours per week handling day to day responsibilities. The company also has its own website which did an additional $12k in sales over the last year and is included in the sale at no cost. It presently exists as part of a multi store format and would need to be moved into its own ecommerce backend. Customer lists and order activity from the last year would be provided. No marketing activity nor any real retail focus has been undertaken on that site to-date, thus presenting an opportunity for the buyer to develop a specialized online baking products business outside of the Amazon store environment. The business can be operated from a home office and is easily relocateable. This is an excellent opportunity for a buyer to acquire a well established, high quality, Amazon store with ecommerce niche website with growing profits and continued substantial growth potential through new marketing efforts!
The current value of inventory on hand at Amazon FBA is between $20,000 - $25,000.
|USA, Washington (King)
|Home Based Business
|Seller Finanacing Available
With its solid foundation in place, there is still room to expand this business further such as buying direct from Manufacturers to achieve higher profit margins or participating in Amazon promotional activities such as special offers, deals, etc. to name a couple.
The key competitive advantage lies in the sites diversified product range, ability to source items not typically found in major grocery stores, and making constant changes in the product mix to move out of items where competition may be building.