Majority of small and micro businesses in Singapore will accept some form of digital payments in 2022, compared to 82% globally, according to the Visa Back to Business Study.
Increased preference to shop at merchants that accept cashless payment options Visa concludes shift to using more digital payments in Malaysia is here to stay
79% Singapore consumers to use contactless payments whenever possible At 71% consumers shop at locally-owned SMBs at least half the time
Seniors in Singapore are turning to online shopping and digital payments due to Covid-19, according to Visa’s Digital Inclusion Research 2021.
Visa's new study reveals that over 74% of Malaysians are aware and 65% are interested in using digital banking services.
Singaporean consumers are forming new digital payment habits due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the latest edition of Visa’s Consumer Payment Attitudes Study.
Visa highlights the pervasive digital payments trends in the Asia Pacific region and why payment security needs strengthening.
Visa’s Consumer Payments Attitudes Study shows that Malaysians have adapted to pandemic-resulted lifestyles and will likely continue it going forward.
The four digital commerce enablers join Visa’s “Where You Shop Matters” campaign in helping local businesses digitalise
The Visa Consumer Payment Attitudes Study found shifting e-commerce habits in Singapore that might last beyond the pandemic.