Disruption is no longer a potential threat in Latin America — it’s the new normal. In fact, Latin America’s uncompetitive service sectors are being disrupted at up to twice the speed as their U.S. counterparts.
In Mexico, Uber grew from 20 cars to 500,000 vehicles in four years, penetrating 15% of the adult market, a threshold that took Uber nine years to achieve in the U.S. But taxis are just the start. E-commerce is growing at 20+% across LatAm, m-commerce at closer to 40%.
Logistics, home delivery, payments, education & vocational training, professional services, business lending, hospitality, and network television are all under attack in Latin America by new, app-driven business models, some imported, some homegrown.
This webinar will start off by sharing the results of a brand-new study we did on why travelers in Mexico prefer Airbnb to hotels, offering insights to both traditional hotel chains and Airbnb as to how they can better position themselves going forward.
From there, the webinar will define the industry sectors in LatAm that are most vulnerable and explain why the pace of disruption in Latin America will be even faster than it has proven to be in the US.
AMI’s practice panelists will identify disruptive trends — and key disruptive companies — that are shaking up the following sectors in Latin America:
• Consumer services & e-commerce
Register below to find out how vulnerable your industry is to disruption, the key threats to watch out for and what your company can do to defend your market share.