Very first Pakistani on Amazon on the receiving end of PM’s excellence award

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The leading e-commerce company found in Pakistan in Image has been commended as being the very first local company to be listed on Amazon – this of course coming after Pakistan had been subject to being added to the sellers-list just last year. Pakistan then began the process of registering the country’s sellers on Amazon starting June 2020 – sending a list which ended up including 38 exporters.

Also, at the National e-commerce convention, the textile company was identified for its achievements, and courtesy of such achievements, it has been awarded the ‘Prime Minister’s excellence award.’ The company then was also awarded for the rather outstanding performance it managed as far as the e-commerce sector is concerned, for being the very first to successfully set up its business on Amazon.

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Image Pakistan took note of the fact by claiming : “We’re pleased to announce that our company has taken lead to becoming Pakistan’s first approved seller on Amazon.” Image needs no introduction of course, as the manufacturer of great quality fabrics has been there and about in the industry ever since 1993 and is also considered as being one of the best embroidery based companies in the whole of Pakistan.

Uzma Ahmed, who happens to be the Co-director of Image too weighed in on the situation, claiming : “As one of Pakistan’s leading e-commerce companies we have changed the dynamics of fashion retail through e-commerce.”

Courtesy of this new development, the brand has opened its doors to nearly 310 million active users that are found on Amazon – a figure which includes 90 million Amazon prime members. On average, it has been claimed that the prime members spend around $1600 per year on the site, while the other active users are known to spend around $700 every year. All in all, this also captures the point that Pakistan’s Ministry of Commerce is continuously engaged in promoting trade and exploring more and more markets for exporters.

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