Shelby County Schools uses Amazon Business to source classroom supplies, reinvesting time in sustaining an inclusive, caring learning environment for students.
During recent travels to visit our small businesses, we met a family-owned craft brewery that’s putting Red River, New Mexico on the map.
Spring Branch ISD is saving costs on classroom supplies and improving the teacher experience, reinvesting dollars and time back to the learning mission.
Kalamazoo, Michigan based Aldevra achieves a surprising level of success showcasing veteran-owned and minority status to reach new customers.
Realizing the value of e-commerce in the office supply industry, a father and son team leverage Amazon Business to grow their company.
Johns Hopkins University and The City of Baltimore share how they use Amazon Business to support the local community by sourcing from small and diverse businesses.
Franchisees are purchasing more and more items on Amazon Business so they can spend time on what matters most: Providing top quality care.
A school district in Walla Walla, WA consolidates their suppliers and modernizes procurement, freeing up teachers from administrative tasks so they can focus on the learning mission.
The Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES) makes purchasing consistent across the state government.
Seattle Children's Hospital simplifies procurement of small, non-medical items, shifting time from labor-intensive review and approval processes of everyday items to their value-added work.