Certification of LED Lamps in Brazil

LED lamps are required to undergo certification procedures established by INMETRO in order to be allowed to be commercialized in Brazil.


Online Debit Payment for E-commerce in Brazil

Over the coming years, online debit is likely to become one of the most popular options for e-commerce payments in Brazil.


Homologation of NFC Equipment in Brazil

NFC equipment is required to be homologated by Anatel in order to be allowed to be commercialised in Brazil.


E-commerce of Home Improvement Products 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.


Point of Sale Terminal Certification

POS terminals used in Brazil need to comply with regulations from both ABECS and in some cases with ANATEL


Anatel Homologation of Telecommunication Cables 

Various types of cables intended for use in telecommunication services are required to be homologated in Brazil prior to their use and commercialization.


General Practices for Accepting Boleto Bancário Payment in Brazil

Boleto Bancário represents one of the most common payment methods for e-commerce in Brazil, and online stores should look into the best strategies to improve the performance of sales that make use of this option.


Renewal of Anatel Homologation

Several telecommunication products are required to have their homologation renewed after determinate periods of time in order to be legally allowed to be commercialised in Brazil.


E-commerce of Baby Products in Brazil

The segment of baby products is one of the fastest growing and most innovative in online commerce in Brazil.

Market Trends

The Brazilian Energy Distribution System

The Brazilian energy distribution system represents a critical aspect of the country’s infrastructure.


E-commerce of Sport Equipment in Brazil

The segment of sports equipment presents significant opportunities for online stores in Brazil.


Certification of Plugs and Sockets in Brazil

Since July 2011, all plugs and sockets sold in the country have had to be in compliance to the new Brazilian standard, in versions of 3 or 2 rounded pins only