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This week GOJA announced double-digit year-over-year growth, and that they were on track to reach $1B in revenue within the next five years.
Acquco, one of the fastest-growing aggregators on Amazon, reported that they leaped from $16M to $420M in revenue last year, with a vision to build the world's largest portfolio of next-generation ecommerce brands.
Amazon also announced their earnings for Q4 2021, citing advertising revenue of $31 billion in 2021, larger than Youtube and the entire global newspaper spending on ads.
Read our quick roundup of what happened last week in the aggregator world below.
Aditya Birla Group Joins Thrasio-Style Bandwagon; To Acquire & Scale D2C Fashion, Lifestyle Brands. [Inc42]
How to Sell Your Amazon Business: Insight from an Aggregator. [D1Brands]
‘Not a flash in the pan’: Win Brands Group’s Kyle Widrick on growing a DTC roll-up company. [ModernRetail]
One big thing: Valuing Amazon aggregator Acquco. [Axios]
From a 15k Side Hustle to a 2-Billion-Dollar Business with Spencer Jan. [LetsTalkExits]
Expected Trends for Amazon Sellers in 2022. [UnyBrands]
Acquco Generates More Than $420M in Revenue. [MarketScreener]
Flippa Introduces “Direct Connect” A Matchmaking Service For Selling And Buying High-Value Fulfilment By Amazon (FBA) Businesses. [AiThority]
Amazon marketplace has a 25% market share of U.S. E-commerce. [MarketplacePulse]
Amazon GMV Reached $600 Billion in 2021. [MarketPulse]
Amazon trots out YouTube-sized advertising business. [Reuters]
GOJA Announces Significant Growth, hires Finance Veteran Tony Patao as Chief Financial Officer (CFO). [Businesswire]
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