Northern Ireland SMEs exported £45m of goods via Amazon in 2020
AMAZON said small and medium companies (SMEs) in Northern Ireland exported £45 million worth of goods using its platform in 2020.
The online giant said around 1,000 SMEs in the north exported products last year.
The £45m value of the products marked a 14 per cent increase on 2019.
David Hughes, delivery station Manager at Amazon in Belfast said: “Northern Ireland is home to many successful SMEs and entrepreneurs, and we are proud to support their growth through the Amazon seller and export programmes.
“It’s great to see local SMEs exporting their products to customers around the world and we’re excited to help these businesses continue to grow, create jobs and increase sales.”