As part of a strategy to reduce the barriers to entrepreneurship to zero, Tiendanube is committed to working day-to-day with Mexican businesses, accompanying them in their digitization process, but also providing them with the information and tools they need to help you grow faster.
That’s why Tiendanube, an electronic commerce platform that has digitized over 100,000 stores in Latin America, presents an update to NubeCommerce Mexico: the annual report on electronic commerce exclusively for the platform; Where we can learn more about Cloud Store’s most relevant results, most outstanding online sales strategies, and key trends identified during the first half of the year at Queretaro.
“Ever since we arrived in the country, we have committed ourselves to helping all the entrepreneurs who rely on us, wherever they are in the country. A fundamental part of this growth is understanding the environment, and for this, it is important to provide information on how businesses and consumers behave at national and local levels. We’re right in the middle of the year, and the months are approaching with significant online sales campaigns, so it’s essential for business leaders to analyze what they did well, what they did wrong, and the top trends. market to know”, commented Juan Martín Vignart, country manager of Tiendanube Mexico.
Querétaro. This has been the first month of 2022 in electronic commerce of
During the first semester of 2022, in total billing by category in Queretaro, education is ranked as preferred with 48.21%; It is followed by Office Supplies (25.91%) and Fashion (10.08%).
In general, on the platform, the average ticket for this first semester is 889.26 pesos and there was an increase in products sold by 69% compared to the same period last year.
With regards to how cloud stores have grown in Queretaro as of early 2022, we can highlight that the number of businesses open compared to the end of 2021 led to a 67% increase in the platform. It is worth noting that 61% of the cloud stores in the state associated with those platforms are made by men.