What started out as a bookstore is now the world’s largest e-commerce marketplace that is always expanding and forming partnerships with other service providers to bring to its customers the comfort of shopping from home.
Jeff Bezos founded Amazon.com as an online bookstore with inventory in his garage. Today, the company serves over 137 million customers a week from 25 million square feet of warehouse inventory.
From the garage in Bellevue, Washington, to the giant that it is today, Amazon.com has successfully sustained the different market forces across international borders. Its growth is so massive that competitors are finding it difficult to sustain.
Below are two infographics to show how Amazon has left behind its competitors and grown by leaps and bounds.