Brazil has 105 million e-commerce users, but only 49% of the population shops online. With the potential of new customers lying ahead, it’s time for brands and merchants to get to know the Brazilian online consumer.
Unveiling the effects of the lockdown in Latin America: to what extend has the economy been impacted, and what are the consumer’s concerns and expectations towards a post-Covid future.
This blog will be diving into the details of PIX. It will explore what a PIX key is, how to generate one, and what the impact of PIX is likely to be in the coming years.
Because PIX is such a fundamental change for the Brazilian payment ecosystem, we’ll be diving into it further in this blog. In this section, we’ll be breaking down exactly how PIX differs to existing payment methods.
The Brazilian Central Bank has a mission. They want to remove barriers to financial inclusion for citizens, and democratize the financial infrastructure of Brazil.
There is an ongoing shift in consumer’s behavior and habits, and it’s triggering a new commerce paradigm. To help merchants understand the resulting impact on the market, we unveil the IBM Institute for Business Value research.
The Brazilian General Data Protection Law is both an unparalleled contribution to citizens’ right to privacy and an innovation in Brazil’s legal system. As it will impact the relationship between individuals and entities, businesses and consumers, merchants must get inside of the main topics of LGDP.
At a time when Covid-19 pandemic restrictions made people more e-connected than ever, and consumers increased their online purchases, privacy and data protection concerns grow. Merchants are taking action. What about consumers?
Discover how e-commerce companies successfully expanded their business to Brazil.
If you have ever been to Mexico, you will be familiar with Oxxo. The ubiquitous chain of grocery stores seems to have a location on every corner.