Increase sales by selling on Amazon, eBay and web stores such Woocommerce, Shopify or Magento with Veeqo and bulk print shipping labels all from one dashboard

Everything you need to grow your business on Amazon

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Manage orders in one place


Inventory that’s up to date


Shipping integration to print
shipping labels

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Point of Sale

Reporting for Amazon sellers


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Accounting Integration

Xero integration for Amazon sellers



Works on everything, everywhere

If you have access to the web, then Veeqo will work for you! Say hello tablets, smart phones and computers.

Real time inventory syncing

Keep all your marketplaces and websites inventory up to date in real time. Sell something on eBay? Veeqo will update your Amazon stock level automatically. Running 24 hours a day, so you can relax.

Start to finish order management

Shows how to manage orders from Shopify, Magento, Ebay and Amazon in Veeqo

Keep track of all your orders from one system, no more logging into multiple sales channels to ship orders. Real time syncing between Amazon, eBay, Magento, Shopify and WooCommerce and save time getting your orders out.

See where products are listed

Manage products individually from all of your Amazon stores, web stores and marketplaces in one place.

Amazon inventory & order management

Link your listings together

Veeqo will automatically link your products from different channel by SKU code, but you can also override and use our products matching tool to link products together.

Inventory management software in action, shows how Veeqo is used to manage inventory across eBay, Amazon and Shopify

Sell your products everywhere

List your products on Amazon straight from any of your stores. Create, edit and list products in one place and reach more customers.

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Ship more in less time

Manage all orders from across your Amazon stores, web stores and marketplaces in one place. Print shipping labels with Veeqo’s integrations for hundreds of orders with a single click. It’s an easy way to ship and a great way to keep your customers happy.

Amazon Shipping Integation

Amazon seller reporting

Gross profit is an important indicator of how your business is doing and with Veeqo’s dashboard and reports, you can see all the important facts and figures across all your sales channels.

Sales Reporting


It’s easy to get started on Amazon and there’s a dedicated ‘Sell on Amazon’ page that breaks down the selling process into 5 simple steps:

  • Upload your products for sale via their easy to use online inventory.
  • Customers visit Amazon Marketplace and search for products like yours.
  • If your product is competitively priced, the customer buys your product.
  • You send your product to the customer, or ask Amazon to take care of the shipping.
  • You receive payment from Amazon for the item, minus any fees.

While this is a fast, straightforward process, it’s not the only thing to consider. If you’re selling items for profit you’ll need to look into your tax obligations and whether you need to register with HMRC as a sole trader or limited company.

You should also consider the time you have available. While you can quickly list lots of items, do you have the time to manage each of these sales and organise the shipping and aftercare?

There’s no point in quickly sealing a deal, only to annoy the customer with delays. After all, they can leave very public feedback on your poor service.

Decide how big you want to go

If you’ve just a few items to sell, such as some university text books, then you could go for Amazon’s basic selling option.

This keeps things simple and low-cost as you’re just charged 75p (excluding VAT) per item you sell. There is a limit to the product categories you can sell, currently 20. If you’ve got big plans for selling on Amazon then you could opt for their PRO approach. For £25 a month (plus per item selling fees) you can list items in 25 categories, load and track items in bulk and have Amazon deliver them. This may also be a good option if you’re tight for time – such as selling on Amazon in addition to a full-time job – and therefore need to automate/ delegate as much as possible.

Stay or go global

When you sell on Amazon, you have the option to focus on local customers, or reach out to customers around the world. With Amazon local, you can work with Amazon to target customers close to where you operate your business. This means you don’t need to be limited to physical goods, but could also sell a service via Amazon. After giving your requirements to Amazon, they can feature your offer on their website and in their emails. Then customers purchase the offer and visit your business to redeem it. As with any promotion like this, fees are involved.

As Amazon has far more stores than, there’s the option to sell your products to customers globally. Amazon Global Selling not only offers the fulfilment options you need to sell internationally, but also has guidance on taxes and regulatory considerations.

Promote your items

With millions of items for sale on Amazon you need to get yours noticed. Even if you’re just selling a few second-hand items you can still promote them on your personal Twitter and Facebook accounts. Your friends may well want to buy the same things you did once. You could also link to them on related blogs and forums. For example, if you’re selling some crochet wool and needles you no longer need, post about it on a crochet or craft social site.

If you’re selling on a bigger scale, you can commission ads for your products. When you upload your catalog, Amazon can use the information your provide to create ads. These ads are then targeted at users searching for similar or related items to yours. As with all advertising, there’s a cost involved, but you may see a good return on investment through increased exposure of your product.

Discover an untapped area

If you’re right at the beginning of the process, and are yet to decide what you want to sell via Amazon, then you may be able to exploit a gap in the market. This could be the type of product or a subset of a product type.

To go back to books, as this is such an Amazon staple, are there particular topics or authors that are less well served than others? Can you do some analytical research to see what prospective customers are searching for and whether they’re finding these books? Chances are if demand for certain books is higher than supply, you can either sell at a premium, or undercut other sellers and still make profit.

” With the number of orders we’re doing now, we’d of been spending half a day just typing and printing out labels when it can all be done in Veeqo in minutes. Veeqo just makes life so much easier, saving time logging in and out of a million platforms. It really is a no brainer. “

– Gabriella Urbano, eCommerce Manager at Bear Strength



If you have access to the web, then Veeqo will work for you! Say hello tablets, smart phones and computers.


We believe in the best of customer service. In the last 6 months, our first response time was 15 minutes via email and we’re always happy to help.


With inventory levels that automatically update and shipping orders in bulk, Veeqo will save you hours so you can focus on growing your business.


It’s never been easier to sell your products on more stores, minus the hardwork of manually adding products over and over again.

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