Exclusive – Asha Bhalsod launches Etopia Consultancy

Published on: 4th November 2019

Etopia can provide strategic advice to help companies grow their Amazon sales and provide support to unlock the massive ongoing potential working with Amazon can deliver. 

Asha Bhalsod has 10 years eCommerce account management experience, including four years at Amazon and a further six years managing the Amazon/eCommerce businesses at Tomy UK and Melissa & Doug in Western Europe.

“In these uncertain times for retail, eCommerce goes from strength to strength, with Amazon leading the way in European markets,” said Asha, “Many businesses identify the opportunity, but feel they are ill equipped to deal with the complexities working with Amazon brings. From difficult operational models, to the world of self-service, Amazon management has its own set of challenges – and opportunities. Even once mastered by businesses, there is the ongoing question of how to continue growing your brand on Amazon.”

Asha added: “With the experience I’ve gained in the last 10 years, I decided to launch my own eCommerce consultancy. Etopia Consultancy was born to help brands create their eCommerce Strategy, and most importantly grow their Amazon business into Europe. Working with me is easy. As an ex-Amazonian, I speak Amazon and can simplify it. I also bring the invaluable experience of having worked for brands where Amazon has been a key retail partner. I can help unlock the potential and set your business on the path to ongoing success.”

Etopia provides a range of services, from help with starting account audits ranging through account management, creating and generating demand to improving conversion, and using Amazon’s advertising platform to deliver the best results.

For more information, contact Asha on


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