The global coronavirus pandemic has brought upon unprecedented challenges to businesses across various industries around the world. In the beauty segment.
One might expect that over a year into a global pandemic, life will eventually return to normal.
Online shopping in India has changed at multiple levels – its reformed, more seamless, secure – all because it has become ‘essential’ in this pandemic era.
Authored by Jim Magats, Senior VP, Omni Payments, PayPal As the world rapidly moves to digital, here are the ideas small businesses can do to prepare themselves for success.
PayPal has launched 2021 Borderless Commerce Report, which captures the current and upcoming shopping behaviours observed from 13 key markets across the globe.
The COVID-19 pandemic has altered the way businesses and consumers live, interact and co-exist. With lockdowns being imposed across the world, economies suffered deeply last year.
PAYPAL, RESEARCH AND INSIGHTS Due to the pandemic and its accompanied lockdowns, people across the world had been forced to stay indoors and connect digitally.
PayPal Social Innovation Digitization is encouraging Indians to shop online for ethnic wear from any part of India. Small business owners can now reach out to a global customer base.
As digital adoption accelerates ecommerce growth has been exponential. Consumers can purchase goods and services without stepping out.
Earth Day was around the corner and the message this year has been on restoring our Earth – not going back to business as usual as the world returns to normal.
This past year saw an exponential growth and reliance on digital commerce as consumer behavior around the world adapted to a new normal. In the U.S. alone, ecommerce penetration hit an all-time...This past year saw an exponential growth and reliance on digital commerce as consumer behavior around the world adapted to a new normal.
An effective Foreign Trade Policy can boost India’s economy: Enable MSMEs and focus on small-value export performance The pandemic has impacted many lives and for over a year.
The fintech sector has facilitated business growth during the pandemic. What seemed like an option in 2019, has become an imperative.
Blockchain, Bitcoin, and digital currency are no longer just for crypto-fanatics anymore, these technologies are as mainstream as ever.
After an unprecedented and challenging 2020, the world has its eyes set on 2021 to bring a silver lining of hope and recovery.
COVID-19 has changed everything and how we engage in the digital world has transformed tremendously. A One-solution-for-all approach is no longer applicable for preventing sophisticated fraudsters.
The event industry has been pulling different play strategies to innovate during this period by leveraging on the nation's strong digital infrastructure to help its customers quickly.
2020 while tough for businesses globally, was also monumental in driving change and resilience across the board.
As the countries starts rolling out for COVID vaccines, the world sees the light at the end of the tunnel.
As stay-at-home orders and country-wide lockdowns start to ease across Asia, people are more excited than ever to connect during the holiday season and undoubtedly.
As globalization has made us all more connected and open to diversity, it has also acted as a rude awakening for many companies.
In the second season of Innotopia Podcast Series, we explore how companies are innovating in the digital economy and more importantly how they’re navigating the new normal.
Due to the COVID-19 lockdown, more consumers have been shopping online, leading to the rise of e-commerce.
The lead up to the holiday season is a good time to consider how merchants can capture cross-border opportunities and how they can capitalize on the boost to online shopping in different markets.
The impact of COVID-19 continues to rattle small and local businesses. While the economy is on its road to recovery.