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Now, Amazon says it wants to recruit entrepreneurs to build a national network of small, independent delivery companies--driving leased vans with Amazon branding.

If you've aspired to start your Free and looking for some company business, and you have leadership ability and access to a relatively small amount of capital, it could be well worth looking at. I'm going to refer you to the official Amazon press releasewith links to other pages with more information. It's a new program, and there are some questions. Amazon says it's hoping to recruit "hundreds" of entrepreneurs to launch independent delivery businesses that will be contacted to deliver Amazon packages.

The companies will lease vans on favorable terms, apparently, negotiated by Amazon that will be branded with the Amazon Prime logo. Amazon reportedly handles 40 percent of all online delivery purchases. That's an utterly staggering number, and it only continues to grow.

This is a massive potential advantage. If osme came to me suggesting he or she would like to launch a delivery business, I'd be skeptical.

But if they came saying they soome already negotiated a deal to deliver for Amazon, I'd be really interested. I'd love to see more, practically speaking, about how Amazon will evaluate these companies' performance, and how delivery businesses could hedge against competitors in the same geographic area.

My sense is that a lot of this will be a function of how well you build the relationship with Amazon once you get going. I suspect that's likely to Free and looking for some company a rare minimum--for lookong smallest business in the least expensive market. However, given that perceived access to capital stops many aspiring entrepreneurs from launching, this could be key.

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He seems like exactly the kind of person this was designed for. And I'll bet there are thousands of people just like him around the country.

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Included in the program: Amazon also says it's providing big-time support compahy the assets you need. The details here will be crucial, but according to the website this includes "exclusive deals on Amazon-branded vans, comprehensive insurance, industrial-grade handheld devices, and other services.

Amazon's model here suggests it wants companies that can grow to support in the neighborhood of 40 to employees, with 20 to 40 Amazon-branded vans and a corresponding number of routes. Your Free and looking for some company will be to recruit and manage drivers and routes, "while we take Frer of getting you set up and ready to operate out of an Amazon delivery station in your city," Amazon's materials say.

For example, while it seems clear that you wouldn't be able to use the Amazon-branded trucks to deliver products for companies other than Amazon, some clever business Free and looking for some company will find ways to scale their success beyond Amazon. One such business owner who participated in a beta program with Amazon said he built his company to a employee operation in five months.

I know a lot of people who have made a ton of money on Amazon. Sign lookint to subscribe to email alerts and you'll never miss a post.