Supporting small business

Reviving the Pochampally weave

‘Seeding’ a bond with nature this Raksha Bandhan

A rakhi made from naturally dyed, organic cotton yarn and seeds is what's making this festival 'green'

Treasured Indian handicrafts and handlooms – a Karigar's home

Small artisans and craftsmen are making their way into larger markets thanks to a path paved by Amazon. The Amazon Karigar store features all major crafts, their history, lineage and the artisan stories.

Our 'AmazIN' journey: From one hundred SMBs 6 years ago, to half a million today!

Gopal Pillai, Vice President and GM, Seller Services, Amazon India recounts the company's journey from a 100 sellers 6 years ago to over 5 lakh today...

Strengthening India’s love for chai, one sip at a time

Bala Sarda, CEO of Vahdam Teas, speaks on why he wants his brand to emerge as the singular home-grown leading tea brand and empower millions of tea growers while doing so

Using nano tech to power everyday clothing

How Turms, who started on Amazon Launchpad as a fashion brand, is breaking new ground and creating intelligent apparel that is anti-stain, anti-odour and cooler!

'We are excited about the Amazon Wings initiative'

CEO and founder of the crowd funding platform - Ketto - Varun Sheth, CTO and co-founder Zaher Adenwala, and co-founder Kunal Kapoor speak about their collaboration with Amazon India and why crowd funding small business excites them.

When tapping into the green consumer makes sound business sense too

With the help of Amazon Renewed, this entrepreneur is making technology affordable to everyone while creating a circular business economy. Read on to know how Yaantra does all this in one fell swoop...

Ketto partners with Amazon India to launch crowdfunding initiative for sellers

Introduces a first-of-a-kind program- ‘Amazon Wings’ to enable Amazon India Sellers to launch fundraisers on a dedicated microsite hosted by Ketto

Meet the woman behind all-natural sanitary napkins

Just as the documentary, Period. End of Sentence, celebrates women’s right to health and education, young entrepreneur, Tanvi Johri works to educate women about their own bodies, all even as she creates all-natural sanitary napkins

This craftswoman cracked it and how!

Sunehra used to pursue her hobby of paper crafting after her children had been put to bed. Today, this hobby has become a successful business that empowers not just her, but other women too...
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