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A Kiwi Original shares uniquely Kiwi stories from people like you contributing to New Zealand's future. Each episode is approximately 25 - 35 minutes long. While each interview is unique, there are key themes that come up each time including:
- The origin story behind the business.
- The people and skills the business relies on.
- The products that have been created and the problems they solve.
- How this business is positively shape New Zealand's future.
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We film in our Wellington studio every Tuesday and Thursday between 2 - 4pm. The podcast and video episodes are released by Friday each week.
For licence holders, the best moments of the show are shared with our 25,000 NZ Made fans across LinkedIn, Facebook and Instagram.
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A Kiwi Original - Hamish Conway - Sell Global - Episode 06
Hamish Conway is the Founder of Sell Global, a channel strategy expert for businesses who want to sell on Amazon.
Hamish is hands-on so we go deep on the detail in this chat as he shares how his expertise that's helped New Zealand businesses across a range of size companies get access to US and Australian buyers who start their search on Amazon.
In this episode you can expect to learn about:
- why marketplaces like Amazon help you sell where consumers are buying.
- why the Amazon marketplace is not a replacement for your own eCommerce site.
- the reason consumers have high trust of the Amazon brand in the US.
- what seller behaviours are rewarded.
- how big data has transformed Amazon’s paid per click business versus Facebook and what it means for business
- the future as Amazon Australia makes inroads into the New Zealand market.
- how to get started with ‘less but better’ products in the US vs going broad in Australia.