- The 2020 list of the most valuable brands in the world has been released
- The list shows Amazon, Apple and Microsoft taking the top three slots as the most valuable brands worldwide
- Companies such as Google, VISA, Alibaba, Tencent and Facebook also made the list
Briefly.co.za has learned that the 2020 list of the most valuable brands in the world has been released.
The list includes business giants such as Facebook, Amazon, Apple and Tencent.
It also has Microsoft, VISA, Google and Alibaba making up the top eight global brands.
Per a report by statista.com, Amazon took the top spot as the most valuable brand in the world and its value is estimated at over $400 billion.
It was followed by Apple, which was estimated at over $350 billion, and Microsoft, which took the third spot with over $320 billion.
Google came fourth and also valued at over $320 billion and was followed by VISA, which registered almost $190 million.
Alibaba and Tencent also registered about $150 billion and Facebook completed the list with almost the same value.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Amazon is the biggest online shopping platform in the globe with a wide array of products ranging from electronics, books, personal care items, clothes, beauty products, kitchen appliances, and jewellery among several others. Before placing an order on this e-commerce platform, one must ask themselves, is it safe to order from Amazon to South Africa? Well, is it?
Amazon, based in Seattle, Washington, is a multinational technology firm that is known mostly for providing e-commerce services. Online shopping has become a trend worldwide since it is convenient and has several other advantages. Like any other offline business, scammers have made people doubt the reliability of this online platform, and citizens cannot help but wonder, how reliable is amazon shipping to South Africa 2020? Here are answers that will help you understand how shopping online via this company works.
Does Amazon operate in South Africa? Yes, one can order from the e-commerce platform while in SA. However, the e-commerce company only ships specific goods to South Africa.
As such, when you create your account on Amazon, you need to fill in your South African address and that way the website will filter out only the products available for shipping to your country.
In the past, Amazon shipping to South Africa was conducted via third-party sellers willing to do so, and delivery was through the South African Post Service (SAPO). Currently, things have changed as one can purchase items directly from the firm's website and have them shipped to their physical address with ease.
The multinational company ships products internationally via the AmazonGlobal service. On this platform, one can see the products available for shipping in their country, the shipping costs, and fees which are dependent on the delivery address of the order.
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