RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Deadly for some, opportunity for others. The covid-19 crisis pushed many small and medium businesses to sell online; the same push affected millions of consumers, who, driven by fear or need, made electronic commerce their ally.
Since last year Mexico is one of the countries in the world with the highest growth in e-commerce, with an advance rate of between 30 to 35 percent; only in 2020, two out of every 10 brands and businesses have experienced growth of more than 300 percent; by 2021, 19 percent of these foresee that e-commerce will . . .