As coronavirus spreads through Latin America, governments are implementing border closures, quarantine periods for travelers and other measures to contain the spread of the illness.
Among the many areas in which COVID-19 will impact Latin America heavily is e-commerce.
In this webinar, our team will focus on the different ways the pandemic could affect e-commerce in the region, such as:
• How Latin American consumer behavior is likely to shift due to social distancing and quarantining
• How the online demand for groceries and health products is likely to rise in the short term
• Logistics and payments obstacles that could affect the use of e-commerce, in terms of both supply chain and the means to pay for products
• The possible drop (or growth?) in demand for physical goods bought online and how much this will benefit e-commerce merchants
• Whether cross-border e-commerce can help merchants in terms of sales and supplies
And much more.
Given the rapid growth of e-commerce in Latin America, social distancing measures and the demand for food and healthcare products among consumers (as we have seen in other markets), this webinar will offer solid numbers and help shape planning for a variety of professionals, including:
• E-commerce managers and directors
• Logistics and supply chain professionals
• Online travel providers, such as airlines, hotels, Airbnb directors and more
• Strategic planning directors
• Country managers for CPG brands and healthcare products
• LatAm regional directors
• Payments industry professionals (issuers, acquirers, merchants and more)
Please fill out the form below to register for this webinar.