Amazon was founded in July 1994 by Jeff Bezos and it is headquartered in Seattle, the United States.
Amazon is an American multinational technology company that sells goods, either directly or indirectly between retailers and customers. The company also makes the market-leading Kindle e-book readers.
According to research, Amazon is the 3rd most popular website in the United States and the 14th most popular website worldwide.
Amazon products that you can find on the website include several media (books, DVDs, music CDs, videotapes and software), industrial and scientific supplies, kitchen items, jewelry, watches,garden items, musical instruments, sporting goods, tools, toys and games, clothes, baby products, electronics, beauty products, gourmet food, groceries, health and personal-care items.
The company is considered the world's largest online marketplace, AI assistant provider, live-streaming platform and cloud computing platform. Also it is one of the Big Four technology companies, along with Google, Apple, and Facebook.
For additional information or purchasing something you can visit their official website or download the app on any device from the App Store or Google Play.
What does the Amazon logo mean?
The yellow arrow symbolizes the company’s ability to sell everything from A to Z. And it also represents a smile. This symbolizes the happiness and joy that customers experience when shopping from Amazon.
What does the amazon logo stand for?
The Amazon logo stands for contemporary simplicity and style, its minimalistic composition shows the very best of the company: its professionalism, loyalty, and value of high quality in everything they do.
Who designed the Amazon logo?
The Amazon logo was designed by Anthony Biles, a designer who worked at the Turner Duckworth graphic design company which created some of the best known logos for the world’s biggest brands. The design underwent various significant changes during the past years.
Can I use Amazon logo on my website?
You are not allowed to use any Amazon Marks on your website or blog except in very specific circumstances as outlined in the Trademark Guidelines section of the Amazon Associates Program Policies.