SMBs lie at the heart of PayPal by 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. Find out in this section how PayPal has emerged as a trusted SMB partner, gain insights from small business owners on how to achieve online success, hear from experts on how to manage uncertainty and mitigate risks with a cross-border strategy, and much more.
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. The information below can help you make sure it’s really us reaching out versus an individual trying to gain access to your account.
The fifth COVID wave in Hong Kong has brought unprecedented challenges to small-and-medium-sized businesses (SMBs) but signs of recovery are already starting to emerge.
With PayPal's help, Anothersole has quickly become the favorite shoe retailer for many Singaporeans.
Good Dog People sources sustainably made pet supplies for Singaporeans and is building a community of passionate pet owners.
PayPal’s Changemakers of Tomorrow series pays tribute to everyday heroes in Singapore who impact society and bring purpose into the lives of Singaporeans.
PayPal’s Changemakers of Tomorrow series pays tribute to everyday heroes in Singapore that impact society and bring purpose into the lives of Singaporeans.
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. Fortunately, there are a few ways customers can make sure it’s really us reaching out.
With third-party digital platforms and partners making cross-border e-commerce more accessible, it is easy to capture global market opportunities now, writes Rajkishore Agrawal, Senior Director, Head of Sales, South East Asia at PayPal.
Cybercriminals are constantly looking at innovative ways to make users fall prey to phishing attacks and identify thefts. In fact, a report by Accenture suggests that cyber attackers are changing their approach from simply stealing data to destroying or altering it to create distrust amongst businesses and consumers. These developments erode Trust in businesses. Building Trust by offering personalized experiences for our customers while managing Risk is a key priority for any organization today, especially one in the FinTech space.
PayPal's latest Digitise & Thrive e-book looks at why customers pay more for goods and services if the online transaction is seamless. Customer engagement, feedback avenues and user-friendly mobile sites can drive online sales.
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, so it’s important to stay vigilant and protect yourself from such attempts. Below are a few tips to help you stay protected while transacting online.
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.
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, PayPal.
For many merchants, the holiday season is a make-or-break opportunity. Online sales in November and December during the 2020 holiday season were historic.
Singles Day, Black Friday, Cyber Monday…these events are commonly associated with online deals and discounts.
Singapore’s flourishing digital eco-system presents its s a wide array of opportunities to invest in ecommerce for more lucrative gains.
The pandemic radically reconstructed lives everywhere by making a digitally driven world the new normal. This created an imperative for businesses and organizations to swiftly and seamlessly digitalize in order to stay relevant.
It is no secret that a loyal customer is the most valuable type of customer. They are likely to bring repeat business, spend more and try new products.
The new era of online shopping has brought enormous opportunities for business growth, while also creating new norms that businesses will need to learn and adapt.
The global coronavirus pandemic has brought upon unprecedented challenges to businesses across various industries around the world.
One year into the global pandemic, daily lives are inevitably affected in all corners of the world with its impact persists.
One might expect that over a year into a global pandemic, life will eventually return to normal. But would normal be defined in the same way?
After an unprecedented and challenging 2020, the world has its eyes set on 2021 to bring a silver lining of hope and recovery.
2020 while tough for businesses globally, was also monumental in driving change and resilience across the board. One of the prominent trends that stood out last year and is expected to shape the future is – digitalization.
Blockchain, Bitcoin, and digital currency are no longer just for crypto-fanatics anymore, these technologies are as mainstream as ever.
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 pivot their physical events to virtual ones.
As the countries starts rolling out for COVID vaccines, the world sees the light at the end of the tunnel. In a post-pandemic world, will we still be traveling less?
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, holiday shopping is a priority for many.
As globalization has made us all more connected and open to diversity, it has also acted as a rude awakening for many companies.
Due to the COVID-19 lockdown, more consumers have been shopping online, leading to the rise of e-commerce. With more transactions, however, we’ve also seen an increase in the number of online scams and malpractice.