Cordelia Blake, Koala Commerce (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 252)
Koala Commerce CEO Cordelia Blake joins host John Ray to discuss both mistakes and success stories of brands selling on Amazon. Cordelia explains the problem in navigating the “unwritten rules” for Amazon merchants and much more. It’s “must listen” for anyone selling on Amazon. “North Fulton Business Radio” is produced virtually by the North Fulton studio of Business RadioX® in Alpharetta.
Cordelia Blake, CEO, Koala Commerce
Cordelia Blake has been a successful business owner in the fields of technology and e-commerce for over 20 years. Her diverse skill set spans systems administration, web development, training, training development, customer service, and e-commerce. She started her own e-commerce product selling company in 2013. She also consults with businesses on Amazon strategy, is a public speaker, community leader, and teacher.
She is a partner at Koala Commerce in e-commerce product development, sales and consulting and CEO of Scanner Society – Amazon sellers knowledge share and training. She is a New York native who happily transplanted with her family to Atlanta after living in just a few places (5 states, 2 countries). She resides with her husband, 2 sons, black lab, and 2 cats in Chamblee, Georgia.
Point of Contact for Cordelia Blake
LinkedIn: Cordelia Blake
Facebook: Cordelia Blake
Questions/Topics Discussed in this Show
- Amazon brand management
- Why some brands do better than others on Amazon
- Pros and cons of selling your product on Amazon
- How selling e-commerce products can enhance any business
- Local e-commerce vs national e-commerce: Plan & Profit
- Evolving E-Commerce
North Fulton Business Radio” is produced virtually from the North Fulton studio of Business RadioX® in Alpharetta. You can find the full archive of shows by following this link. The show is available on all the major podcast apps, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google, iHeart Radio, Stitcher, TuneIn, and others.
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