Only listings over 100,000 EUR are translated into English. Visit our German page for all listings.
|Category||Monetization||Established||Monthly SDE||Price||Listing #|
|Jewellery||Amazon FBA||2016||19,047.69 EUR||680,000 EUR||DF33|
|Jewellery||Amazon FBA||2016||9,620.91 EUR||150,000 EUR||DF30|
|Sports & Outdoors||Amazon FBA||2015||8,833.33 EUR||250,000 EUR||DF28|
|Beauty||Amazon FBA||2016||6,183.015 EUR||185,000 EUR||DF27|
|Home Decor||Amazon FBA||2014||51,239.81 EUR||1,600,000 EUR||DF26|
|Fashion for young women||Amazon FBA||2014||12,548.87 EUR||295,000 EUR||DF21|
Understand how to sell in Europe as a Non-EU Seller
When you are considering to expand into the European marketplace, you have to understand how taxes and VAT works to create a compliant and long-lasting business. Christoph from fbahero answers the most common questions for NON-European companies considering to purchase an FBA business on Dragonflip.
Do I need to have a corporation in the EU, to sell in the EU?
Can you manage the business in the local language?
Where do I pay taxes?
The VAT is generally paid in the country in which your inventory is stored. If you do not open a corporation in Europe, you can generally pay your corporate and personal taxes in your home country. Please verify this with your own legal and tax advisor.