Mobile and Telecom
In order to provide roaming to clients that travel outside Brazil, mobile operators partner with foreign service providers to offer services such as voice calls and data
Over the past few years the Brazilian technology industry has tried to deploy a semiconductor factory to operate on a commercial scale, but until the present day just a few have succeeded
In order to guarantee security for confidential information online, a cryptographic key equipment can be used for the exchange of encrypted data during transactions
In Brazil, any type of computer program, registered or not, has its intellectual property protected by law and it can be registered to assure legal rights and security
The sector of online education in Brazil has grown substantially in recent years and presents notable opportunities for national and foreign providers.
The teenage consumer audience in Brazil represents some of the main sources of revenue for a number of brands and targeting this public can yield sizeable results.
Weekly update on the largest Technology and Digital Media market in Latin America.
Non-geographical codes are used in Brazil to identify telephone numbers that are reachable across all of Brazil, with specific regulations and uses for each category
Partnerships with loyalty program providers are a viable way to attract more customers and gather more engagement for online stores.
An increasing number of Brazilians purchase travel services online, and this presents a notable opportunity for advertisers in this sector.
Data transmission over satellite was adopted in the past as a cheaper and efficient way for communication across great distances
Certain dates and holidays are responsible for a significant part of the revenue for e-commerce in Brazil, and should be kept in mind by online store managers.
More than 1.5 million vehicles in Brazil use some sort of tracking device, with the freight sector representing a major share of this market