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.
We look at everything international e-commerce merchants need to know about Mexico’s top three payment methods, from cash payments to card based installments.
Mexico is the 15th largest world economy. By using localized payment solutions, your business can reach more customers in this market.
Any international e-commerce business knows that not only language, but also price, currency and payment localization is key to success in a new market. We look at how payment aggregators can take the hassle out of this complex task.
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.
Our free white paper looks in depth at the cultural, logistical and financial information you need to expand your business into Brazil, Mexico or Chile.
It costs seven times as much to get a new customer as it does to retain an old one. Streamlining and localizing your checkout process may be the single easiest way to keep Latin American consumers returning to your business.
According to Blacksip, e-commerce has grown 17.9% in 2018 in Mexico. The Mexican Association of Online Retailers notes that 38% of Mexican e-commerce shoppers make weekly purchases. We look at these figures and the best ways to capitalize on it.
As LATAM investment is being strategically placed in communication services and technology, and e-commerce is an indisputable business opportunity, to have an overview of the consumers? web browsing preferences is relevant to reach them in a better way.