Multi-device shopping may be a newer concept in the U.S., but what about other countries, where mobile commerce is a lot more firmly established? In this video, James Smith, EVP Americas at Criteo, discusses how smartphone penetration has helped multi-device shopping grow in certain cross-border destinations.
Getting ready to expand your ecommerce presence into China? You may want to give it a second though, and think, instead, about venturing into Latin America. Perry Ellis International Vice President of Ecommerce and Digital Marketing Jose Nino shares 5 lessons his company learned about doing cross-border business in Latin America.
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Many Brazilian consumers are forgoing the country’s local businesses, choosing instead to buy American goods as a sign of wealth. But many U.S. retailers are struggling to sell to Brazilian consumers due to the country’s closed-loop network policy, which restricts Brazilian cardholders to only using their credit/debit card within the country.
For years, when it came to which countries were at a similar stage of advanced and growing economic development, retailers have had their eyes on Brazil, Russia, India and China, affectionately known as BRIC. However, during this week’s National Retail Federation’s conference, the new buzzword was Latin America.