Defending Against Disruption in Latin America

Disruption isn’t just a possibility in Latin America — it’s a reality.


For instance:

5 of the top 10 countries in the world in viewing hours/customer of Netflix are in Latin America

Uber grew from 20 cars to 500,000 cars in 4 years in Mexico, twice as fast as it grew in the US

LatAm is the fastest-growing region in the world for Airbnb

In Defending Against Disruption in Latin America, Americas Market Intelligence (AMI) offers a free analysis of the key factors that are driving disruption in the region.


It also includes:

Results from a study of how travelers in Mexico perceive Airbnb versus hotels—and the advantages that each can capitalize on

A breakdown of the industries most vulnerable to disruption in Latin America, as well as those that are somewhat insulated — for now

Four key obstacles that halt or slow down disruption, at least somewhat, in Latin AmericaTrends in disruption in the Latin American payments industry

Key drivers and accelerators of disruption in the logistics industry of Latin America

Underlying conditions that make Latin American healthcare ripe for disruption

AND MORE...

Defending Against Disruption in Latin America

Covers not only the point of view of legacy companies looking to protect themselves, but also of disruptive companies looking to expand into the region. Both types of firms have approached AMI in recent years so we could provide our unique market intelligence services to help them understand current market conditions and obtain strategic guidance to map the way forward in Latin America’s disruption landscape.

Strategic guidance to map the way forward in Latin America’s disruption landscape.

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