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This is the initiative with which the hot sale wants to support Mexican SMEs in times of isolation

May 20, 2020

Via AIUDA.org, AMVO wanted to give priority to companies and MSMEs that were potentially affected by their sales.

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This is the initiative with which the hot sale wants to support Mexican SMEs in times of isolation
This is the initiative with which the hot sale wants to support Mexican SMEs in times of isolation


The Sale, that of the Mexican Online Sales Association (AMVO) is coming and from May 23 to June 1 there are offers and discounts in more than 350 participating stores.

Although the overall goal of the event since its inception has been to promote electronic commerce in Mexico, the organizers said this year that they will also try to support the Mexican economy in times of crisis, and this could be a great time for small and medium-sized businesses his company increase their sales in times when there is uncertainty.

“Today, Hot Sale plays a crucial role as an intermediary on the Covid-19 stage Digital platform services and articles for consumers; and it also helps keep the economy active and maintain jobs in small and medium-sized businesses (SME), a sector that the event has supported since its first edition, ”AMVO said in a statement.

In this context, the AMVO He wanted to give priority to the companies and SMEs that were affected by their sales contingency so that they could keep their economy active, and since April has launched AIUDA.org, a free online offering platform to revitalize local trade.

This year the event will integrate campaign AIUDA.org to the official website to help generate more traffic and sales to small businesses. “More than 1,500 SMEs are now part of this initiative and are taking part in the seventh edition of the hot sale,” said AMVO representatives.

The initiative provides step-by-step instructions for creating or selling your products online through platforms such as Amazon, Mercado Libre, Shopify and Rappi.

If you are an SME owner, you have until tomorrow to take part in this campaign. All you have to do is go to the official AIUDA.org website, fill out the form and follow the instructions.

If you are a consumer and would like to support local trade in this quarantine, you can also do so through the “Campaign” tab in the top right corner of the official hot sale platform.