While the relaxing of social-distancing restrictions has undoubtedly eased some of the burden SMBs are facing, there is another factor contributing to the optimistic outlook.
At PayPal, we understand that economic prosperity and climate action are inextricably linked. The destabilizing effects of climate change, including increasingly frequent and severe storm.
We invest a lot of time and energy into making sure customers’ PayPal and Venmo accounts are secure, and thieves know it. They may try to impersonate us to gain customers’ trust so they can access their accounts.
With third-party digital platforms and partners making cross-border e-commerce more accessible, it is easy to capture global market opportunities now.
SMBs lie at the heart of PayPal. It has been enabling small business owners to expand and grow their business by supporting them with smart solutions which not only take care of their needs today, but tomorrow as well.
As consumers grow increasingly accustomed to online shopping, they also increasingly demand immediate and personalized service, writes Samba Natarajan, Senior Vice-President for Growth Markets.
The last two years have highlighted our capabilities as a society to evolve, adapt, influence and thrive.
A recent PayPal study with SMBs across Hong Kong, India, Japan, and Singapore reports that SMBs have emerged from the pandemic with a positive story to tell.
The Hong Kong SMB Survey Report 2021 published by PayPal earlier this year has concluded five recommendations to help SMBs stay agile and adapt to the new normal.