Learn more about how SupplyKick has helped take some of America’s top brands to the next level on Amazon.
Before partnering with SupplyKick, Johnson Hardware was represented by a variety of sellers on the Amazon platform who were not invested in their brand. By consolidating to a single-seller model, Johnson Hardware was able to increase year over year sales by 111% on Amazon while gaining greater transparency of their brand strategy.
ciao! baby experienced early success on Amazon by selling directly to Amazon Retail, but MAP pricing problems caused issues with the brand’s brick and mortar relationships. Faced with losing control of their products across multiple channels, ciao! baby turned to SupplyKick for a more sustainable Amazon solution. SupplyKick raised ciao! baby’s prices by up to 20% while increasing quarter over quarter sales by 96%.
As a large manufacturer of mobile living products, Dometic produces different product lines for different audiences. SupplyKick was able to curate individualized Amazon strategies for each product line, all while staying within brand guidelines. On average, each product line saw its sales increase by 140%.
Mac Sports had experienced success on Amazon with a wide variety of outdoor products, but SupplyKick identified market opportunities for foldable wagons that Mac Sports had yet to take advantage of. SupplyKick recommended the development of seven new products and launched them on Amazon as the exclusive seller. These products are projected to reach Amazon lifetime sales of just under $7,000,000 in 2020.
Oneida Air Systems’ dust collectors are extremely seasonal products that achieve peak volume during the wintertime. While inexperienced sellers may struggle with seasonality, SupplyKick proactively forecasted sales, adjusted the advertising strategy, and covered any storage fees incurred. As a result, Oneida Air Systems increased its sales by 66% during peak season year over year.