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.
Learning about LATAM´s particularities and shopping preferences is the key for success, but how to reach such a fragmented market? Our Managing Director, Alain Delcourt, shares some thoughts about his experience at BoaCompra.
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Colombia has been working hard to increase exponentially its economic growth and position itself as one of the four Latin American countries with the most significant e-commerce, alongside Brazil, Mexico and Argentina. Only in 2017, 30.3 million internet connections were registered in the country during the last quarter of the year, an increase of 6.4% compared to the previous quarter. Another key…
Vouchers, cash, bank deposits, digital wallets or debit/credit cards? To increase sales in a country where e-commerce businesses grew 198% in the last two years, targeting young consumers and offering different tools to pay in cash are the key to success.
Among regulations and strict laws, a fine of ?20 million (or 4% of the company?s annual turnover) can be applied for any business that don?t respect the new GDPR. If your e-commerce has any connection with European shoppers, this article is for you!
Following the trend of Latin America, Uruguayan consumers prefer paying all sort of bills with cash. Offering different tools to enable this kind of payment method will boost e-commerce sales vertiginously.
According to the Peruvian Chamber of Electronic Commerce (Cámara Peruana de Comercio Electrónico – Capece), the exponential increase represented sales of US$ 2,800 billion in 2016.