- Amazon India prioritizes products customers need most during the COVID-19 pandemic
- Amazon’s COVID-19 blog: updates on how we’re addressing the crisis
- These frontline heroes of Amazon India urge you to stay home and stay safe
- How Amazon India is prioritizing the health and safety of associates and delivery partners
- How AWS and its customers are helping India’s students and teachers learn and educate without disruption
We are committed to the health and safety of our associates, delivery service partners, drivers, employees, and customers
As our services resume amidst lockdown, our delivery heroes are happy to serve you
How AWS and its customers are helping India’s students and teachers learn and educate without disruption
As students and teachers are waking up to a new reality due to COVID-19, Impartus and CareerLauncher, and partners like Intel are using AWS, to quickly and securely enable remote learning solutions at scale, so students can continue their education anywhere, anytime.
Watch this page for the latest updates on how we’re supporting our employees, customers, and communities.
Household staples, health care, and hygiene products prioritized to address COVID-19 operational requirements
Meet Priya Bellubbi, our is Head of Finance for Marketing, Prime and DEX, who is a talented professional, a doting mother and a multi-tasking champion.
Amazon founder and CEO pays a visit to the Gandhi memorial as he kick-starts his visit to India. Watch this space for updates on the same.
Get live updates and inspiring insights as business leaders, sellers and visionaries address the Smbhav 2020 summit which gets underway in New Delhi on Jan 15, 2020. Stay tuned for more.
A social enterprise I Village in association with Amazon Saheli works on procuring orders that are crafted by women in villages and sold online
Entrepreneurship is at the core of all the success stories of sellers, innovators, artisans and brands at Amazon India and we are humbled to have enabled their journeys in some way.
New investment will enable US$ 10 billion in cumulative exports by Indian businesses selling on Amazon worldwide by 2025
Amazon India has piloted electric vehicles in several cities across India in 2019; and is now expanding this initiative across the country
The mobile "Think Big Space" was recently inaugurated in a Navi Mumbai government school. Read more about this unique thinking space