Three Business Brands Tucked Into One Amazon Account
$260,000 (+ INV $149,000)
For sale are three business brands tucked into one Amazon account. The brands included are naturopath blended teas, menopause pajamas, and incontinence products. Each business is exceedingly successful and caters to unique segments of society.
Account owner spent the last three years creating a Five-Star rated empire in the Amazon world.
The organic loose-leaf teas were featured in the 2016 Academy Awards gifting suite. Premium beautiful branding and packaging. Solid sales in competitive categories and consumable items mean monthly sales should always include repeat orders from previous customers.
Wildly successful with the loose-leaf tea line, the owner branched into another unique market to cater to those with incontinence issues. Believed that many people with the disorder find it embarrassing to purchase needed items from brick-and-mortar stores. The owner offers an eco-friendly line that can be purchased from and delivered to the privacy of one’s home. The incontinence products are washable and available in a variety of sizes on Amazon and the website, www.continuonliving.com.
The newest brand line features light, breathable pajamas made of bamboo fabric to bring relief to menopausal women and women who suffer from night sweats brought on by chronic disease. Sales are skyrocketing at the moment, and the owner believes that adding more options to the line will only make it more successful and lucrative.
In the past three years, the owner founded and grew these successful Amazon online businesses from zero to seven figures, selling over $200,000 USD of products on Amazon.com per month, and over $1 million USD in sales during the first year.
Owner recently sold an 18-month old original Amazon account for seven figures USD to a private investor.
The plan is to sell the remaining Amazon account which holds the organic loose-leaf teas, incontinence products, and menopause pajamas, to focus on Aspiring Entrepreneurs, and e-commerce coaching business.
A tea subscription option for the organic loose-leaf teas would be an excellent next step for the buyer. For example, Teabox.com sells only Indian teas and just raised $6 million USD in subscriptions last year. They also have enormous investors such as Sequoia Capital and Tata.
Tea bags are also becoming more popular for those who do not wish to bother with messy loose-leaf. Providing tea bags will appeal to mainstream tea drinkers to add sales to those of the tea purists.
Incontinence products also suit a subscription business model which massively increases the valuation of the business. Also reaching out to other businesses in the elderly care industry as potential partners, such as rest homes and in-home private duty care businesses would see an increase of steady sales. The seller also recommends adding to the line.
The menopause brand of pajamas could be expanded for colors, styles, and sizes and add other clothing items for sale.
Partnering with bloggers or other types of influencers whose readers would be interested in any of these products will likely help sales on and off of Amazon. The seller recommends using Facebook ads more, especially for those who suffer incontinence issues and are too embarrassed to shop in brick-and-mortar stores. Letting them know such personal items can be purchased online will increase sales.
SUMMARY Gross income: $288,529.14
Adjusted net income: $ 93,314.93
Asking price: $260,000 + INV