Greg Mercer
Jungle Scout



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Greg Mercer is Founder and CEO of Jungle Scout, the leading software for Amazon sellers.

Greg is a leader in the Amazon selling community, who originally built Jungle Scout as a Chrome extension to automate his process of finding products to sell on Amazon. Today, Greg leads a team of 125+ global employees who have built Jungle Scout into a robust suite of SaaS solutions.

Greg has helped thousands of people build their own businesses and pursue financial freedom. He continues to share his experience and advice, frequently speaking at conferences or on podcasts or videos about ecommerce and entrepreneurship.

Greg is a graduate of Auburn University who loves big data, good coffee, and the latest technology.



  1. Greg’s strengths: 1. He is scrappy. He took an idea, with no programming experience, and made it happen. He learned, he hired, he worked, and 4 years later he has grown the company from just him to 100+ employees around the world. 2. He cares. As a company scales from 1 employee to 100 it’s easy for different people to get lost in the shuffle. Greg is intentional and approachable. At Jungle Camp, or bi-annual offsite for ALL employees, he talks to everyone and encourages people to come over and talk to him. It is part of what makes Jungle Scout a magical place to work.

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  2. Greg has many strengths that make him a great CEO. First and foremost, Greg is an entrepreneur and was living abroad, running a business with his wife. He decided to create a software program to help with his business and then decided to share the wealth with other Amazon sellers. He grew Jungle Scout from a few employees to over 125 employees in a matter of five years. He has created a culture of friendship, inclusivity, and hard work. Greg is extremely knowledgable in our field of Amazon, because he started as an Amazon seller before even starting Jungle Scout.

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