6 Amazon Business Success Stories [2023]

6 Amazon Business Success Stories [2023]
Start An Amazon Business

Here are some real life success stories of starting a amazon business:

1. Felony Case ($1.44M/year)

Andrew Moore (from Toronto, Ontario, Canada) started Felony Case almost 11 years ago.

$120K / month
1 founders / 1 employees
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Case Study

Hi, I’m Andrew Moore, the founder, and designer at Felony Case, a Toronto based company designing unique iPhone cases. I founded Felony Case in 2012, and since then we’ve created several flagship iPhone case designs.


2. Xena Intelligence ($300K/year)

Akhil Suresh Nair (from Boston, MA, USA) started Xena Intelligence over 2 years ago.

$25K / month
1 founders / 3 employees
Boston, MA, USA

Case Study

Hey guys! I am Akhil Nair, the co-founder of Parzenn Partners. We are a management consulting firm focused on the small and mid-sized businesses.

Ever since we launched this product a month ago, we have had over 50 businesses take the free assessment test and have 4 paying clients who have taken the paid in-depth analysis test & a couple of them hired have hired us as consultants to resolve some of their immediate red-flags. We have made $23,000 so far on this product over the past month.


Learn more about starting an amazon business:

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-> How much does it cost to start an amazon business?
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4. Mitch Davis ($36K/year)

Mitch Davis is selling around $9,000 per month with private label products on Amazon Japan on the side from his day job. (Of that, around $3000 is profit, which cover's his family's living expenses.) Selling on Amazon Japan via FBA (Fulfillment by Amazon) opens up a whole new marketplace for Amazo…

Mitch Davis (from ) started Mitch Davis ago.

$3K / month
1 founders / employees

Case Study
  • Mitch Davis is a seller of private label products on Amazon.
  • He has been a resident of Japan for 10 years and has been a long-time seller of private label goods on Amazon Japan.
  • Mitch is passionate about coaching others on how to sell on Amazon Japan. Additionally, he made about $9,000 in sales each month.
  • He uses a specialized template to contact suppliers and shares those tips and tricks on his private Facebook group Amazon Japan Exclusive.


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5. Plugable Technologies ($14.1M/year)

Today, I'm lucky to have Bernie Thompson back on the show. Bernie runs Plugable which is a company that sells USB and Bluetooth devices all over the world.

He has built his own tools in-house to manage his Amazon business and he also helps other sellers run Amazon PPC ads with his tool PPC Ninja.…

Bernie Thompson (from Redmond, WA, USA) started Plugable Technologies over 13 years ago.

$1.18M / month
1 founders / 42 employees

Case Study
  • Bernie Thompson is the owner of Plugable Technologies, a business that sells USB and Bluetooth devices all over the world.
  • Plugable is one of the most well-known brands in America in the world for USB devices.
  • This brand provides a broad selection of universal goods that are tested to fit any desk setting and come with compatibility guarantees.
  • Bernie has created his own tools in-house to regulate his Amazon business. Plus, he uses his product PPC Ninja to assist other sellers with running Amazon PPC advertisements.


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