Mobile and Telecom
Brazil has an intricate market for the commercialisation of mobile devices, which involves not only traditional channels like mobile carriers stores, but also alternative channels that are often not used in other countries in the world.
Optical fibre equipment are essential elements for the high speed networks and all these types of equipment used in Brazil must be homologated by the Brazilian telecommunications agency Anatel.
BNDES is the national Development Bank and is placed among the largest banks of this kind in the world.
Brazil has the most advanced health care facilities and services in South America, and is an early adopter of several technologies in the region.
Bluetooth equipment is required to undergo specific homologation procedures prior to being allowed to be commercialised in Brazil.
Marketplace platforms present a high performing sales channel that should be taken into consideration by online retailers operating in Brazil.
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LED lamps are required to undergo certification procedures established by INMETRO in order to be allowed to be commercialized in Brazil.
Over the coming years, online debit is likely to become one of the most popular options for e-commerce payments in Brazil.
NFC equipment is required to be homologated by Anatel in order to be allowed to be commercialised in Brazil.
In recent years, some of the major retailers of home improvement products in Brazil have invested in e-commerce as a complementary sales channel to physical stores.
POS terminals used in Brazil need to comply with regulations from both ABECS and in some cases with ANATEL
Various types of cables intended for use in telecommunication services are required to be homologated in Brazil prior to their use and commercialization.