In a world where you can crowdfund even your craziest idea and then build it yourself with a desktop 3-D printer, some of the hottest new gadgets, devices and technologies are coming from garage inventors.
Amazon knows this and is trying to attract those inventors and startups to its ecommerce platform. It?s not exactly clear just what the Seattle-based tech ecommerce behemoth is building, but a couple of job applications first spotted by tech blog Re/code make vague references to building ?the world’s best end-to-end platform for startups.?
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One application for a Senior Manager of Product Management says that it is looking for an individual to be the lead in a new ?large-scale? venture where the customer will be startup entrepreneurs.
The posting reads: ?Are you inspired by inventors who develop and launch new products? Do you want to build the world’s best end-to-end platform for startups? Do you see the opportunity to connect these entrepreneurs with Amazon?s hundreds of millions of customers? If you live for these kinds of challenges, we?ve got the job for you!?
Another posting, this one looking for a Senior Software Development Engineer, seeks a candidate who is inspired by the potential of matching startup entrepreneurs with the Amazon customer base. The job description says that the candidate would be developing everything from distribution systems to customer-relations software.
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