If your company is planning to access the Brazilian e-commerce market, you will need to grasp an overall understanding of its unique components and trends. This infographic can help you prepare for your international business expansion.
Your gaming business can successfully access the LATAM market by integrating local payment methods in your monetization models.
Boleto, Efecty, Via Baloto, Rapipago, PagoEfectivo are some of the local payments in LATAM that international merchants must be acquainted with while making business there.
Can you imagine 2,185 million operations processed by one company in a year? Or a payment processor with more than 6 thousand commercial points for customer service? This is how big Multibanco and Payshop are, respectively, in the Portuguese market.
Want to have a better understanding about local payment culture? Check our new infographic about the main characteristics of seven important markets in LATAM, including most popular local payment solutions.
With a population of 18 million people and one of the most sophisticated economies in Latin America, consumers in Chile have been paying most of their bills with cash in the last years.
Local payment strategies are essential for companies interested in expanding their business in Latin America. For this reason, we invited the LATAM Payments Expert, Fernando Estevez Vazquez, to talk about this intriguing market on our blog.
Turkey registered an annual growth of 46% in online credit card payments. It is expected that cards will keep their dominant role as a payment method.
Colombia is a country with a very high informal economy. This is one of the reasons because, culturally, cash is the preferred method of payment for Colombians.
Mexico is calling the attention of merchants around the world but its low credit card penetration forces traders to look for alternative solutions. To reach this market strategic local payments must be taken into consideration.