As our region starts to pave its way toward recovery, and hope for a quick distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine increases, we must now think of ways to move forward.
In 2020, we digitalized. 2021 offers more time to be at home with the family, the rise of contactless technologies, and a more conservative use of personal finances, writes Walter Pimenta, Senior Vice President for Product and Innovation at Mastercard.
Collective efforts within the private sector can drive economic growth in a more efficient, inclusive, sustainable and fair way.
Your morning cup of coffee depends on smallholder farmers. A partnership in Mexico and Colombia is bringing them the digital tools and financial training to sustain their business for future generations.
To inspire a positive response in the marketplace, we must first inspire optimism in the world around us.
Even in the middle of a global health crisis, our responsibility to the environment remains. We’re reposting this piece from January for Earth Day as a reminder that the fates of our planet, our health and our economies are inextricably linked. Now is not the time to forsake one, especially if our collective goal is to buoy the others.
The outbreak is impacting the health of our loved ones, our businesses, and our global economy.