Online merchants looking to enter different e-commerce markets around the world must ensure their business is equipped to cater to the country’s audience. Making the transaction process as easy as possible for customers can help optimize revenues online.
Special shopping dates are a perfect opportunity to increase sales and to make your brand better known in your target markets. Although most countries around the world share a good number of these dates, do you know which ones are specific to LATAM?
How can it be possible to register growth in an e-commerce where financial inclusion and banked consumers reach only 36.9% of the population? Local payments and corner stores with alternative payment options are the answer.
New market segments such as esports, gaming video content and virtual reality are gaining ground throughout the world. They keep growing, albeit in different ways, as can be noticed in countries such as Brazil, Mexico, Turkey and Argentina.
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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.
The second largest market for e-commerce in Latam, right after Brazil, can reach $11 billion in e-commerce sales in 2018 alone. According to the Business Insider, it is also expected to register a growth of 15.6% by 2019.