The platform will support entrepreneurs through a project called #CompraLocal.
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This initiative is being implemented in Mexico, Brazil, Japan, Singapore and India.
PayPal has developed a project website that shows the history of SMEs and the impact on the lives of those around them.
#CompraLocal is the new promotion from PayPal Supporting SMEs and micro-businesses whose sales have been affected by the health emergency caused by COVID-19.
This initiative is being implemented in Mexico, Brazil, Japan, Singapore and India. This enables the payment company to provide personalized technical support advisory services as well as a financial incentive to small businesses that are most in need of support right now to keep them going.
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#CompraLocal wants to show the essentials of SMEs in the market. PayPal developed a website for the project that shows the history of the companies and the effects on the lives of the people around them.
“At PayPal, we closely follow the daily lives of our partners who have been hardest hit by the coronavirus crisis. These micro-entrepreneurs around the world are and are instrumental in creating basic jobs in their respective countries.” those less likely to receive lines of credit, for example, “Jesús Padilla, PayPal’s marketing director in Mexico and Brazil, said in a statement.