Any international e-commerce business knows that not only language, but also price, currency and payment localization is key to success in a new market. We look at how payment aggregators can take the hassle out of this complex task.
Black Friday is scooping consumers and revenues from the traditional Latin American shopping dates and is playing an important role in LATAM’s e-commerce.
Digital banks and neobanks are the new fintech trend in the Latin American market. Through their online and mobile services, they leverage e-commerce in the LATAM markets and help to bring unbanked consumers into the formal economy.
For four days in November, Mexico experiences one of the most popular shopping events of the year: El Buen Fin. The phenomenon is scooping revenues from other special dates and is also spreading to Mexico’s e-commerce.
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Smartphones have given Brazilians the freedom to play anywhere and anytime. Therefore, this option is triggering a demand for casual games and a shift in the gamers’ demographics. In Brazil, revenues keep increasing, unveiling the potential of casual games.
Like many Latin American countries, Uruguayan e-commerce has traditionally been dominated by cash-based transactions. However, a rise in the use of cards, often facilitated by installments, is changing the face of Uruguayan online purchases.
From bartering with seeds and cattle to metal objects, there was a time when people paid their purchases by trading products. It was only in ancient China, during the Tang Dynasty, that merchants began to use paper money as a form of guarantee for the exchange of coins at the end of long journeys. And…