Mobile and Telecom
Brazilian app developers have come up with great solutions for mobile devices.
The market for real-time bidding has great potential for Brazil and is expected to grow significantly over the next few years.
The implementation of cross-channel strategies should not be ignored by e-commerce companies operating in Brazil.
Health technology is required to comply to a set of regulatory measures set by Anvisa, the Brazilian Health Surveillance Agency.
The Brazilian population are using more devices to connect to the internet than ever before, and this should present an opportunity for advertisers to reach the county’s audience.
Pre-recorded telemarketing messages are legal in Brazil and used by many companies.
Weekly update on the largest Technology and Digital Media market in Latin America.
Brazilian e-commerce visitors have multiple reasons to convert or cease to purchase online.
Anatel institutes specific requirements for telecommunications equipment based on satellite transmissions used in Brazil.
The revenue stream of e-commerce in Brazil is split into multiple social classes and regions.
The way Brazilians use the internet has changed significantly in recent years, both in the way the web is accessed and what content is commonly searched for.
Brazilian regulations impose heavy restrictions for premium-priced phone number services.
With the recent launch of popular music streaming services in Brazil the number of options for the public to consume music has expanded significantly.