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The Internet Retailer 2013 Latin America 400
Meet the Largest E-Retailers in the World’s Second-Fastest-Growing E-Commerce Market After Asia
Latin America’s 400 largest e-retailers collectively grew their web sales 19% last year, ahead of the growth rates of the 500 largest web merchants in the U.S. and Europe and second only to China’s e-retailing growth. To understand the opportunities and challenges of doing business in the Americas outside the U.S., the 288-page 2013 Latin America 400 guide will deliver the competitive information you need.
Now in its second edition, the scope of this first-of-its-kind industry resource has been expanded 33%, revealing for the first time the 400 largest web merchants in 10 Latin American countries—Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, El Salvador, Mexico, Uruguay and Venezuela—based on their 2012 online sales. It also contains a treasure trove of vital financial and operating metrics, in all 120 data elements on each ranked online retailer. These metrics include sales growth rates, conversion rates, average tickets, monthly web traffic, social networking affiliations, and merchandising category, to name but a few. And it contains the names, titles and addresses of the 724 e-commerce executives who operate these leading Latin American e-retail businesses. In short, the 2013 Latin America 400 is your passport to competing in the world’s second-fastest-growing e-commerce region.
Digital Edition Use: Single User Licenses Only, Limited Number of Devices Per Order, No Exceptions. Please note: this is a digital product; no PDF downloads are available or printing of pages like a PDF. You can download to your computer or laptop to use as an offline tool, but may not print and replicate pages.