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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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.
International e-commerce merchants can opt to deliver physical goods through two methods: Delivery Duty Paid (DDP) or Delivery Duty Unpaid (DDU). We look at the argument for both and explain what each entails for your business.
The efforts that Colombia has been making to present an ascending line of economic growth are paying off. The International Monetary Fund declared that the country’s economy is gaining a momentum and there has also been a sharp rise in e-commerce sales.
It’s the leading mobile messaging app in Brazil and it has changed the way Brazilians communicate with each other. The astonishing impact of WhatsApp in everyday life highlights the importance of using it as a marketing tool to engage with customers.
Installments are a vital part of the payment landscape in Latin America. So, how do they work in one of the largest LATAM e-commerce markets, Argentina? And what benefits do they offer for international merchants?
As more studies show the increased impact of social media influencers on purchasing decisions, it becomes more evident that the influencer marketing is not just a worldwide trend, but an effective strategy to reach Latin American audiences. Find out why.
Entering a new market is a challenge that must be outpaced by every business, and when it concerns LATAM countries, partnering with a local expert will determine the success of a company.