If there is a brand that today is an internet poster girl, a kind of Coca-Cola on the world wide web, that brand is AMAZON. And its success has become the message of hope for the future of e-commerce in the world. It started by selling books, a kind of 'electronic bookshelf', and today it offers a wide range of products and services capable of driving the least cyber consumers out of their minds. It has become one of the most reliable and friendly compasses for navigating this sea of noise that is the fascinating internet. What started with the claim of being only the largest bookstore on Earth, today has become the largest store of products (sells almost everything) on the planet and symbol of electronic commerce, responsible for the collapse of several competitors, the revolution of electronic books and of cloud computing.
The history of Amazon
The company began to flourish in the summer of 1994 when Jeff Bezos, a young vice president of an investment fund on Wall Street, left his valuable job to make his way on the still unknown world computer network, which at the time was growing by about 2,300 % per year. The idea was audacious, to sell books online. The decision to sell books came after a survey that showed them second in a list of products that could be marketed over the internet.
Music, the first option, was eliminated, as only six major record companies controlled distribution. Another survey also caught the eye of the young entrepreneur: people did not buy books by mail because there were no catalogs large enough for the varied interests of consumers. To contain a sufficiently comprehensive list, the catalog would have to be so heavy that it would be practically impossible to send it by mail. On the internet, the databases were not limited by weight or size. They could also be available for instant consultation, 24 hours a day. With all this data in hand, Jeff Bezos moved to the cold, rainy city of Seattle. And it was not by chance, in the city was located one of the largest book distributors in the country: Ingram.
It took three months to raise US $ 1 million with 20 friends and other investors and officially found the company on July 5, 1994. He settled with his wife in a house in Bellevue, a working-class suburb of the city, paying rent for US $ 890. The garage became a software barn and ironically, the coffee shop at the nearest branch of Barnes & Noble, a giant chain of bookstores, meeting point for informal meetings.
Just over a year later, on July 16, 1995, the site was finally launched, without any advertising, becoming the number one place to buy books on the internet, beginning to trace its success story, times before large bookstores gain presence on the network. At the time, business manuals pointed out that the ideal stock for a bookstore to launch on the market was somewhere between 200 and 300 thousand titles. Jeff threw away the old booklet and opened his online store with a million titles on the 'virtual shelves'. He originally planned to call it CADABRA, but soon realized that it would sound like a 'corpse'. The name for the new business was not chosen at random.
He wanted a name that started with the letter A, so that his website would appear at the beginning of the page listings available on the network. Amazon is the English name for the Amazon River. He was very excited that there was a river ten times the size of the second largest river in the world. It is not only vast, but it is much larger than the nearest competitor. From the first day, it boldly described itself as 'the largest bookstore on Earth', offering a catalog of one million titles on a wide range of subjects.
The home page had the Spartan aspect of the early Internet - text, just a few links and a single graphic (the stylized letter A). On August 3, the company sent its first order outside North America to a customer in the city of Genova in Italy, who ordered a book called 'Ranks of Bronze'. To spread the word about his business Jeff was bold. Instead of hiring press officers or burning hundreds of thousands of dollars in traditional media ads, he bet on the good old word of mouth. Or rather, in this case, click to click.
Invited 300 people among friends and friends of friends, to test the new site. Then he authorized everyone to spread the address across cyberspace. Result: in its first month of activity, it shipped books to 45 countries and all 50 American states. In addition, using aggressive discounts, AMAZON quickly began to bother physical bookstores.
AMAZON's purchasing system was revolutionary and patented: 'One click buy'. Although this is something natural today, more than 20 years ago it marked a difference in relation to the competition. The less questions, the less doubts when buying. One click and you're done: straight to the shopping basket.
The customer simply clicked a button to add books to the virtual shopping basket. If you changed your mind, it was easy to remove a book from the shopping basket before closing the trading, just as you would in a physical store. When the purchase was finished, the customer only had to click on the 'buy' button, provide the credit card number and choose from a delivery service menu, which included 24-hour delivery and several international shipping options.
There was also the option of gift wrapping. The customer received immediate information about the status of the order, how long he should wait for the book to be shipped, the total freight charges and how much he would pay in taxes. In September, the company already sold $ 20,000 a week. Jeff Bezos and his team continued to improve the site, with the introduction of new features, such as customer reviews and purchase verification via email. Despite its initial clientele being pioneers and Internet explorers, the best-selling product in 1996 was still a book on how to build pages on the Internet itself.
But the company was beginning to arouse the curiosity of many people. At a meeting on March 16 of the American Association of Publishers, a reporter for the traditional The Wall Street Journal was bored and asked Alberto Vitale, then president of Editora Random House, what was the animator in the business. "If you want to explore something different and really cutting edge, go to Seattle and explore Amazon.com," was the response of one of the most influential men in the publishing industry at the time. However, it was a front-page report in The Wall Street Journal itself, with the headline 'How a Wall Street genius discovered his market for selling books on the internet', published on May 16, 1996, which practically introduced the site to general public. Orders doubled the day after the report and the site barely supported the demand. AMAZON ended the year with 151 employees and US $ 16 million in revenue.
When the company decided to go public on the Stock Exchange, on May 15, 1997, the losses, in that year alone, reached US $ 3 million. But the shares were sought out as gold and the company raised $ 54 million. Success was knocking on the door. And it didn't take long to expand its product line, starting to sell CDs, DVDs and videotapes, video games, software, electronics, toys and even tools. In addition, the company started launching local sites, such as in the UK and Germany.
The 1990s were also marked by the usual way in which the company spent money. In 1999, for example, its revenue reached $ 1.6 billion, but the loss was $ 719 million. So Jeff made a comeback. It closed some distribution centers and laid off a seventh of its workforce. With the arrival of the new millennium, the company increased its product offering: household and kitchen utensils, magazines, office products, clothing and accessories, sports products, food, jewelry, watches, edible products and personal care products. In 2003, AMAZON finally made a profit, and in the following years it demonstrated a performance surprising financial result.
In the years that followed AMAZON gained muscle by expanding its services, and despite being better known in the e-commerce segment, it began to invest heavily in the cloud computing sector, which allows other companies to store data and applications in the cloud through AMAZON WEB SERVICES (AWS). In addition, the company started selling some products under the AmazonBasics brand. These are 'basic' items, such as DVD media, USB cables, batteries, covers and cell phone chargers.
To attract buyers, AMAZON bet not only on its brand, but also on lower prices for consumers, as these products cost much less than similar items sold on the website.
And the news didn't stop there: in November 2007, the company launched KINDLE, its own digital book reader, which became a real selling success. Despite the economic crisis, which affected the buying season for many sectors, AMAZON celebrated the results and reported that on November 29, 2010 it sold a total of 13.7 million items worldwide, a record 158 sales per second .
In recent years, AMAZON entered the lucrative tablet segment with the launch of KINDLE FIRE. With that, the company started to compete directly with the powerful Apple. In 2012, the company acquired Kiva Systems, which produced robots. In the years that followed, AMAZON equipped several of its distribution centers with stocky robots, orange in color and equipped with wheels to bring products stored on shelves to employees, instead of forcing them to look for items in long aisles full of goods.
AMAZON announced that it was looking for a company with good technological infrastructure to expand in Brazil and start its local commercial operation, thus entering the country's promising e-commerce sector. The first important step in this direction was taken: the release of the amazon.com.br e-mail address, which, after a long legal battle, left the hands of a technology company from Pará and went into the domain of the colossus of world electronic commerce. Finally, on December 6, 2012 AMAZON was aired in Brazil. At first, it didn't sell anything other than the Kindle (its digital book reader) and a few dozen editions of e-books. Only on August 21, 2014, AMAZON started selling physical books on its Brazilian website, marking the beginning of a new phase of the company's operations in Brazil. The company created in Brazil a settlement date for books, inspired by the event Black Friday: Book Friday, which offers discounts of up to 80% on printed and digital books. The company's catalog in the Brazilian market has more than 2.7 million digital books (60 thousand in Portuguese) and more than 10 million printed books (170 thousand in Portuguese).
In November 2015 the company opened in the city of Seattle AMAZON BOOKS, its first physical store and the first experience in selling books the old fashioned way. But not everything is done the old-fashioned way. The navigation and behavior data of users of the virtual version of AMAZON are crucial to define the store's inventory. In addition to selling paper books, the store takes advantage of the physical space to demonstrate its own line of electronics, such as Kindle digital book readers, Fire line tablets, among other proprietary products. Initially offering more than 5,000 titles (the reduced number compared to a traditional bookstore is because the space shows the cover of the books to facilitate the search for the author, instead of highlighting the side), the store is located within the University campus Seattle and will be a permanent address, not a temporary marketing action, as many have come to believe.
Since December 2013, AMAZON has been evolving in testing and researching package delivery using drones. Finally, in 2015, he obtained authorization granted by the Federal Aviation Administration to advance his research and the development of package delivery via unmanned planes. Even with all the demands, the beginning of the tests brings us closer and closer to a very futuristic reality: receiving a purchase in the backyard of your home delivered by no less than a flying robot. The intention is that the future service, called AMAZON PRIME AIR, reduces the delivery of packages to 30 minutes, even in places of difficult access. After all, better and faster service means that more consumers will choose AMAZON in whatever market it is present.
● Start of sales of CD, DVD and videotapes.
● Launch of local sites in the United Kingdom (AMAZON.CO.UK) and Germany (AMAZON.DE).
● Start of sales of video games, software, electronics, toys and tools.
● Launch of AMAZON AUCTIONS, where the Internet user purchased products through auctions, in which the highest bid won.
● Launch of local sites in Japan (AMAZON.CO.JP) and France (AMAZON.FR).
● Start of sales of household and kitchen utensils, in addition to photographic products such as machines.
● Launch of AMAZON MARKETPLACE, a service where small sellers (third parties) could sell new and used products at fixed prices.
● Beginning of magazine sales.
● Launch of the local site in Canada (AMAZON.CA).
● Start of sales of office products, clothing and accessories.
● Launch of AMAZON SERVICES, sales platform that provides AMAZON e-commerce packages to other companies looking to establish or reshape their online commerce businesses.
● Start of sales of sports products, gourmet foods, jewelry, watches, edible products and hygiene products.
● Launch of the local website in China (AMAZON.CN).
● Start of sales of beauty products and musical instruments.
● Creation of AMAZON PRIME, an advantage service (with annual fee) that offers free shipping on some purchases in the American market, among other benefits such as streaming movies and TV series through the Instant Video service, more than one million songs, access to offers first-hand, loan of more than 800,000 books for Kindle readers and exclusive access to Amazon Elements, the retailer's home and hygiene product line. The service currently has more than 40 million members.
● Launch of AMAZON UNBOX, a video download service that allows Internet users to buy or rent TV series and programs, films and other video content on the web.
● Launch of the cloud computing service.
● Launch of Fulfillment by Amazon, a service where other retailers send their products to AMAZON warehouses, which is responsible for online ordering, packaging and delivery.
● Launch of AMAZON MP3 (now known as AMAZON MUSIC), a music download service that offered more than 2 million songs by more than 180,000 artists. Today its catalog offers more than 29 million songs.
● Launch of its own digital book reader, KINDLE.
● Launch of the local website in Italy (AMAZON.IT).
● Launch of the KINDLE FIRE tablet. With a 7-inch screen and costing only $ 199, the laptop was the company's main bet to rival Apple's iPad. One of the device's biggest highlights was the AMAZON SILK, a browser optimized for the KINDLE FIRE hardware. His proposal was to reduce the need for processing the device. To make this possible, some technologies were made available in the cloud, making the system smarter and more effective. The tablet can now be purchased in more than 185 countries and in 2012 it won its new version, called KINDLE FIRE HD.
● Launch of AMAZON APPSTORE, an application store that was known for making a paid application available daily.
● Launch of the local website in Spain (AMAZON.ES).
● Launch of KINDLE PAPER WHITE, a new compact digital reader with 62% more pixels than previous models. The device features the battery (duration of 8 weeks) and the technology of the screen. Unlike the LCD screens that the light is emitted for those who see, on the screen of this KINDLE the light is emitted to the bottom of the display - this makes the reader not get tired quickly. As a feature, this model features a 'time to read' feature, which calculates how much time you are spending on a chapter or book. In addition, it features seven types of fonts and several font size adjustments.
● Launch of the local website in India (AMAZON.IN) and Australia (AMAZON.AU).
● Launch of AMAZON FIRE TV, a multimedia box that connects to TV to play movies, series, music and games, through various applications, such as Amazon Instant Video, which works as an iTunes Store, offering rental or purchase of releases.
● Launch of the AMAZON FIRE PHONE, the brand's first smartphone with specifications that compete with the top of the market. It was a resounding failure, it sold 35,000 units in the first two months, and even selling it at $ 1 didn't help to reverse the situation.
● Launch of the local website in the Netherlands (AMAZON.NL).
● Launch of the local site in Mexico (AMAZON.COM.MX).
● Launch of AMAZON PRIME NOW, a service that delivers in just one hour, initially on the island of Manhattan. Currently, the service, which is available in more than 25 metropolitan regions in the United States, can only be requested by members of Amazon Prime. While delivery in up to two hours is free, deliveries in just one hour cost $ 7.99.
● Launch of AMAZON ECHO, a wireless speaker with voice control. At 23.5 centimeters in height, its cylindrical shape houses seven microphones. The device, connected to a wi-fi network, works from voice commands to perform various domestic tasks, such as playing music, creating task and shopping lists, triggering alarms, reading audiobooks, controlling various functions in the house like lights and temperature, access information on the internet, provide weather forecast and other information in real time. It can also control multiple smart devices.
● Launch of AMAZON PRIME VIDEO, streaming movies and series online that competes directly with Netflix. The service is not new, as it was already available to users of Amazon Prime, a complete subscription to the e-commerce giant that even includes fast delivery in the United States.
The success of the digital book
Jeff Bezos is gifted with intelligence. He's visionary. I had thought about digitizing books for years. But it was only in 2004, with the success of the iPod, that AMAZON began investing in fact in its own digital player. At that time, three quarters of the company's revenue was generated by the sale of books, CDs and DVDs. If an iPod of the books appeared, AMAZON would have a huge problem. It was then that Bezos set up a separate team to attack (or avoid) this problem. Named Lab126, the group worked in secret in Silicon Valley, trying to make the vision of a simple digital reader (that could be operated by a grandma), light (to be held with one hand) and with a wireless connection (for that books could be purchased and downloaded instantly).
Exactly on November 19, 2007, the company launched a portable device that changed the way we deal with print media. KINDLE is not just a digital book reader, but it also makes it possible to buy newspapers, magazines and, yes, books directly through it, without having to use the computer. All of this associated with strength of the AMAZON brand. In October 2008, KINDLE gained a big boost when the most popular presenter in the United States, Oprah Winfrey, presented the product as her favorite device during her TV show. Despite the high price (US $ 359 in the United States), the presenter said that the e-book reader paid for himself, since e-books could be downloaded from AMAZON for US $ 10 or less. The media mogul's approval was the 'gold ring' coveted by many companies.
AMAZON announced that the e-book reader was the best-selling electronic device on the site this year. He also reported that the product was the most popular gift in the electronics category and appeared frequently on consumers' wish lists. In 2008 alone, 500 thousand units were sold.
With that, KINDLE quickly captured 95% of the American market for e-books. After launching the second generation of the digital reader in 2009, including a larger screen model, the first major challenge to KINDLE's supremacy came in 2010, when Apple introduced its iPad tablet, which is also designed for use as a reading device . Jeff Bezos responded aggressively by cutting retail prices and adding new features to the device.
With that, KINDLE gained a long battery life, consumed little energy and had free access to Wikipedia and the AMAZON book store via EVDO, a kind of wi-fi with national coverage. In addition, in 2011 it launched KINDLE TOUCH, the digital book reader with touch screen. There are now more than 4.3 million digital books available: titles range from self-help to great best sellers by renowned authors, and more than 1.5 million of these books cost up to $ 9.99. Not to mention magazines and newspapers. A real revolution.
In recent years the company reported that its e-books have outperformed, in units, the sale of hardcover paper books. According to the company, in the last months of 2011, for every hundred hardback books sold 143 books were sold to KINDLE. During that year, the company sold three times as many books to its digital reader. With this, AMAZON can see the revenue related to the sales of its e-book reader surpass US $ 3 billion (in 2015, the turnover was over US $ 5.2 billion). In addition, the third generation of the digital book reader surpassed 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows', which held the title of the company's bestseller. In 2014, it launched the KINDLE VOYAGE, whose glass-covered screen gained even greater definition, the design became lighter and thinner and the action of turning pages started to be done through a sensor located on the edges of the device. The latest generation of the AMAZON digital book reader was launched in 2016: KINDLE OASIS, thinner, lighter, with a brighter screen and a big difference, a protective cover that recharges the device and increases the autonomy for more than two months. Today, KINDLE is the best-selling electronic book reader in the world.
First books, then products in general and more recently food. The AMAZON chain applied all its vast experience in electronic commerce and logistics to start the project of selling fresh and perishable food that promised to make fast home deliveries at a competitive price. In August 2007, AMAZON offered the service, called AMAZON FRESH, an arm dedicated to home delivery of fresh food products such as milk, meat, eggs, fruits, vegetables, ice cream, in addition to a wide range of organic products, in the city Seattle, initially restricted to the Mercer Island neighborhood.
In reality, the service came to complement the Gourmet Food and Grocery services, which have existed since 2003, but which only provide non-perishable products. A few months later the service was extended to other neighborhoods in the city such as Bellevue, Kirkland, Capitol Hill and Queen Anne. The service is currently available in approximately 30 neighborhoods in the city of Seattle and has been expanded to some areas of Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Boston and London. AMAZON FRESH has its own fleet of refrigerated trucks to deliver purchases of perishable products at home. Integration of new products into the company's portfolio has always been a constant, applying the knowledge gained from selling products to perishables was just a matter of time.
The genius behind the brand
An icon of electronic commerce, Jeffrey Preston Bezos is considered in the world what Jack London was for Brazilians: a visionary and explorer who, from initially daring ideas, proved to be a guy ahead of his time with regard to trends in society. He was born on January 12, 1964 in the city of Albuquerque in the state of New Mexico, he was abandoned by his father, Ted Jorgensen, when he was just one year old. At the age of four he was adopted by Mike Bezos, a Cuban refugee. Until the age of ten, Jeff believed he was Mike's biological son. As a young man, he converted his parents' garage into a laboratory for his projects. When he was a teenager, his family moved to Miami, Florida. At high school in Miami, Jeffrey fell in love with computers. He was an exceptional student and the official speaker of the class.
He studied computer science and electronic engineering at the traditional and award-winning Princeton University. After graduation, he found a job on Wall Street, where information technology was increasingly being used to study market trends. He started to work at Fitel, which was building a network for foreign trade. He remained in the finance sphere with the Bankers Trust (American bank).
Then he went to work at DE Shaw, an investment company specialized in developing applications for the stock market, where he was promoted to vice-president. He founded AMAZON.COM in 1994 as one of the pioneers of electronic commerce and survived the Nasdaq 'bubble' that burst in 2000. By the end of the decade, six percent of AMAZON's shareholders were billionaires. Elected Person of the Year in 1999 by the traditional Time magazine, his company made a loss until 2003 when he started operating in the blue.
From then on, he never stopped growing, always at the behest of the charismatic Bezos. The books won the company of numerous products, from electronics and food, to financial services (through partnerships with Fidelity Investments), and the shareholders, today with smiles on their faces, are grateful. The innovation and business intelligence that maintains the company are legendary; moreover, they are also controversial: the company has dozens of patents on e-commerce processes and some people argue that they should remain in the public domain.
Currently, Jeff Bezos, who has a reputation for being spiteful, for not taking shit home and for using a strong arsenal to overcome difficulties, occupies the 5th position in the ranking of the richest men in the world, with a fortune of US $ 64.7 billion , according to the American magazine Forbes. After the death of Steve Jobs in 2011, the market began to point to Jeff Bezos as one of the few entrepreneurs capable of replacing the founder of Apple as a new superstar of the internet and the tech airline.
The billionaire is known for his extravagant ideas. One of them is a kind of 'airbag for cell phones', an object capable of detecting when the device is falling and opening the protection before it reaches the floor, thus reducing the impact. The idea is patented, but its creator has not yet finished developing it.
Another unusual investment in the entrepreneur's life is Blue Origin, a company that develops projects and new technologies for space flights. Married to writer Mackenzie Bezos since 1993, he has four children (three boys and an adopted girl in China) and lives in a mansion in Medina, Washington, not far from Bill Gates' home. Bezos is also one of the largest landowners in the state of Texas and owner of the influential newspaper The Washington Post, purchased in 2013 for $ 250 million. A curiosity: Jeff Bezos, not much to play with, lets his high-pitched laugh be the object of fun in his empire (any AMAZON employee can go on the intranet and download an audio file with his peculiar laugh).
The visual evolution
The visual identity of the brand has undergone some remodeling over the years. The brand's original logo was represented by a symbol that referred to the course of a river (in this case the Amazon River) inside a stylized letter A. The first change occurred in 1997 when it was adopted a new letter typography.
Shortly after, in 1998 the logo gained a solid orange line under the word AMAZON.COM and a more modern and attractive typography. The current brand logo, adopted in 2000, reflected the company's business strategy at that time, which was to sell much more than just books. Therefore, the connection of the letter A with the letter Z through a symbol. The concept clearly communicated that AMAZON sold everything: from A to Z. The graphic device that connects the letter A with Z spoke of the brand's positioning: focus on the customer and cordial service. This device forms a cheeky smile with a dimple towards the Z.
Earth's Most Customer-Centric Company.
… And you're done. (2002)
The world's largest book-store. (1995)
● Origin: United States
● Foundation: July 5, 1994
● Founder: Jeff Bezos
● World headquarters: Seattle, Washington, United States
● Brand owner: Amazon.com, Inc.
● Publicly traded: Yes (1997)
● Chairman & CEO: Jeff Bezos
● Revenue: US $ 107 billion (2015)
● Profit: $ 596 million (2015)
● Market value: US $ 351.8 billion (July / 2016)
● Brand value: US $ 37.948 billion (2015)
● International sites: 14
● Global presence: 185 countries
● Presence in Brazil: Yes
● Employees: 230,800
● Segment: E-commerce
● Main products: Books, electronics, food, clothing and cloud computing services
● Direct competitors: Ebay, Alibaba, JD.com, Netflix, Apple, Google, Salesforce, Oracle, Walmart and Target
● Icons: Pioneering in online commerce
● Slogan: Earth's Most Customer-Centric Company.
● Website: www.amazon.com
According to the British consultancy Interbrand, only the AMAZON brand is valued at US $ 37.948 billion, occupying the number 10 position in the ranking of the most valuable brands in the world, in addition to occupying the number 15 position in the ranking of the most influential brands in the world. The company also occupies the number 18 position in the ranking of FORTUNE 500 magazine of 2016 (companies with the highest revenue in the American market).
The brand in the world
The company, the world's largest online retailer, sells more than 22 million different products to 304 million customers in 185 countries, has sales of $ 107 billion (2015 data) and more than 25 distribution centers around the world, totaling more than 950,000 m² of storage space. The company's website receives more than 2.25 billion visits annually. In addition, it has fourteen international pages: in addition to AMAZON.COM in the United States, there are local sites in the United Kingdom, Germany, Japan, France, Canada, China, Spain, Italy, India, Australia, the Netherlands, Mexico and Brazil. AMAZON is the 7th most visited website on the internet, with more than 50% of the accesses made in the United States. North America alone accounted for 48% of its sales in 2015. The season with the highest sales volume is the month of December, when the company dispatches approximately 4 million orders daily to 200 countries.
Did you know?
● Relentless.com ('Implacável.com', in Portuguese) was at the top of the list of possible names for the company that Jeff Bezos was creating in the middle of 1994. However, some friends thought that the word had a negative connotation, and it was only when he leafed through a dictionary, starting with the letter A, which chose the name Amazon - the world's largest river, the world's largest bookstore. But, to this day, those who access relentless.com are directed to the AMAZON website.
● AMAZON still owns several other companies, such as A9.com, which develops the e-commerce and advertising search program; Internet Movie Database (also known by the abbreviation IMDb), an online database of information about music stars, cinema, films, programs and television commercials; Alexa Internet, a service that measures how many users visit a website and other related statistics; Audible, seller and producer of audio entertainment, information and educational programming on the internet; and Zappos, online store for shoes, clothes and accessories.
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