By Samba Natarajan, SVP, Growth Markets, PayPal There are some things businesses simply have no control over. They can’t control inflation, or how aggressively central banks respond to it. They...
Samba Natarajan, Senior Vice President of Growth Markets at PayPal, recently contributed a remarks to congratulate the 4th edition of Korea Fintech Week held in Seoul.
Malaysian small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are the backbone of the Malaysian economy, constituting 97.2% of all business establishments in the country and employing nearly half of all workers in Malaysia in 2020
There has been tremendous change in human life across the world in the last two years. Many experiences that humans have always relied on have gotten increasingly digitized, for instance, daily cash transactions.
Oftentimes, a company spends a large portion of its marketing dollars and time attempting to win customers over. Yet, as soon as customers hit checkout, the customer experience ends.
The COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped the perspective, and actions of people around the world including their shopping behaviors. While public health may have since improved.
The pandemic has accelerated trends across sectors that have led to the overall digitization of different aspects of human life, including the way we interact today, which would have been inconceivable a few years ago.
Imagine a player who has just downloaded a new game which you spent months developing. They got past the initial set up and tutorial.
SMBs across APAC have shown great resilience and tenacity to overcome the impact of the pandemic by adopting a digital first approach and adapting to the needs of the new digital consumer through social media.
In the last couple years more of our life has taken place online and many of us have turned to online shopping. This has also increased cybercrime.
We invest a lot of time and energy into making sure customers’ PayPal and Venmo accounts are secure, and thieves know it.
To highlight PayPal’s role as an SMB champion, Abid Murshed, Head- Inside Sales, PayPal, shares his views on the untapped ecommerce and cross border opportunity
To highlight PayPal’s role as an SMB champion, Abid Murshed, Head- Inside Sales, PayPal, shares his views on the untapped ecommerce.x
The pandemic has accelerated the adoption of technology, helping organizations operate with higher levels of efficiency.
E-commerce sales are on the rise, yet cart abandonment is a major problem for online retailers.
Technology adoption has accelerated across sectors since the pandemic, and we have seen this firsthand in the small businesses.
We typically use email to get in touch with our customers about their PayPal and Venmo accounts. However, we know scammers often use email as a way to compromise your account.
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.
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.
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.
Cybercriminals are constantly looking at innovative ways to make users fall prey to phishing attacks and identify thefts.
PayPal's latest Digitise & Thrive e-book looks at why customers pay more for goods and services if the online transaction is seamless.
The safety and security of PayPal users is always our priority. In times of unrest and uncertainty, spammers and scammers around the world will try to take advantage of these vulnerabilities.
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.
Organizational efficiency has been a key factor which has led to accelerated digital adoption over the years.