An accelerated digital uptake was one of the primary factors enabling enterprises, especially small businesses to navigate the challenges posed by the pandemic. PayPal’s SMB Survey 2021 sheds light on how SMBs in Hong Kong, India, Japan, and Singapore swiftly pivoted to online business models, leveraging new tech-led opportunities in e-commerce and social, to first survive and then thrive amid the pandemic. Find more on this study, its findings, and insights in this section.
The pandemic posed unprecedented challenges for businesses across the world, including APAC. In response, many enterprises, especially the small-and-medium-sized businesses (SMBs), harnessed digital to continue to both survive and thrive.
Unprecedented growth has been recorded in eCommerce in the past two years. In 2022, the uncertainties over the global economic outlook still remains high, online shopping is a trend to stay.
Businesses to leverage technology for a seamless check-out experience to garner a greater share of consumer wallets.
Many online small-medium businesses (SMB’s) are riding on the global e-commerce wave that has helped them navigate past the challenges of the pandemic, as revealed in PayPal’s latest survey of online SMB’s in Singapore.
Covid-19 disruptions led small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) in Singapore to discover new opportunities in e-commerce. Kasia Leyden, VP Marketing for PayPal International sat down with Asia Tech Podcast to discuss the latest PayPal report on how Singapore’s SMB’s survive and thrive during the pandemic.
Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) pivoted to a digital shop front, and took to social selling and cross-border trade to grow their business
The pandemic has brought significant challenges to Hong Kong businesses, but a recent PayPal study reports that small-and-medium-sized businesses (SMBs) in particular have emerged from this unprecedented event with a positive story to tell.