The answer to this, unless you’re Andy Jaffy or Jeff Bezos, is 100% likely to be ‘no’.

Introducing ‘What Did Amazon Do This Week?’, your one-stop-shop for all things Amazon. If it’s making a difference to your bottom line and the world we live in, it’s in there. Each week you get a set of curated links, analysis, commentary, interviews, original reporting and recommendations. You know it’s good too, 33% of subscribers work at Amazon…
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Paul Armstrong, Founder of HERE/FORTH has, in-between working in-house and at large agencies, been writing about technology and big business for +20 years. Regularly contributing and writing for likes of Forbes, Reuters, Guardian (amongst others), Paul is author of ‘Disruptive Technologies’ and regularly interviews CEO’s and executives along with cultivating a network of executives inside companies that are changing the world. Paul is the Creator of TBD Conference. Feel free to contact Paul directly (or DM on Twitter/Instagram) with academic papers, research, your views, suggestions and anything else you’d like him to know.