You will need to provide a valid credit card, phone number, and tax information. You will also need to provide a VAT number. Although you can complete your registration without a VAT number, you will be required to provide one in order to sell in Europe. Click here for information on the handling of the Value Added Tax (VAT)
.Europe Unified Account:
Amazon has consolidated its European marketplaces into a single marketplace, so you can list and manage your products in one or more of these marketplaces: Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.fr, Amazon.de, Amazon.it, Amazon.es. You can manage your product listings, marketplaces, and business in Europe from the Business Seller Account screen.
When you register a seller account in one of the Amazon Europe marketplaces, that seller account will also allow you to sell in all other Amazon Europe marketplaces. No extra steps are required. All orders are managed in a single location, so transactions in Italy and the UK are processed the same way. However, you must adhere to Amazon seller rules that apply in each marketplace country. These are basic rules to ensure Amazon’s customers enjoy the best possible shopping experience. You’ll also need to be aware of the local and European tax and regulatory requirements, and it’s your responsibility to ensure that you comply with applicable requirements. When you sell in one of the Amazon Europe marketplaces, you must pay the applicable closing fee for each product sale. Closing fees vary by country.
To sell across Europe, you must list your products in each Amazon Europe marketplace where you want to sell your products. Please note that creating offers in the first European marketplace does not automatically populate offers in the other European marketplaces. You will need to create offers in each of the marketplaces where you want to sell. Click here for how to sell to Europe
Finally, when setting up an Amazon Europe seller account, you must specify a bank account in one of the countries supported by Amazon. Currently, Amazon supports U.K. and U.S. bank accounts, as well as bank accounts in all Eurozone countries.