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As customers limit credit card use to avoid debt, here’s how credit issuers can regain volume for the rest of the season—especially in-store.
On this episode of Brand Anatomy, where we get exclusive looks inside leading brands, eMarketer Briefing director Jeremy Goldman sits down with Harold Klaje, executive vice president and president of global advertising at Reddit, to discuss which markets are the platform’s top priority, how Reddit caters to users and advertisers abroad, and how brands are building their own presences on the site.
Find out how a data lake can serve as the bedrock for empowering data-driven experiences with customers, as well as generating revenue and cost-reduction opportunities
UK banks can capitalize on removal of open-banking friction: The Financial Conduct Authority’s repeal of the 90-day re-authentication mandate for users—plus an upcoming rollout of convenient repeat payments—will help banks enhance the customer experience.
Southeast Asian neobank could gain traction with SMBs: Singapore-based YouTrip is expanding to businesses, with a corporate card as its inaugural product, and is well-positioned to benefit from the region’s abundance of smaller businesses.
UK regulators prune Meta’s walled garden: Meta has been ordered to sell Giphy, and new ownership could bring back the GIF database’s popular ad program, without the antitrust concerns.
On today’s one-year anniversary episode of the Around the World show, we look at how holiday shopping this year will be—and won't be—different from last year. Tune in to the discussion as eMarketer principal analyst Bill Fisher hosts senior researcher Man-Chung Cheung and principal analyst at Insider Intelligence Karin von Abrams.
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The card lets Mexican businesses with global workforces pay in currencies from any country where Mastercard operates.