MIAMI, March 3, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Cross-border shopping leader iguama announced it has expanded its online shopping mall operations into Mexico, securing a larger share of e-commerce space which now totals seven countries in Latin America. The launch allows customers in Mexico access to iguama's online retail partners, which include Overstock.com, Target, Juicy Couture, BCBG and many more.
Founded in 2014, iguama, a cross-border shopping mall, offers savings on thousands of U.S. retail brands, while providing a secure cross-border shopping experience. All local customs, taxes and shipping are handled by iguama, removing international barriers from customers and guaranteeing delivery.
"We are very excited to expand into Mexico, which is the second largest market for e-commerce in Latin America. With an online retail growth rate of over 17% per year, Latin America is one of the fastest growing regions for online sales," said Diego Fernandez, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of iguama. "Our innovative technology and security measures allow us to guarantee a safe and secure shopping experience while providing excellent value to every customer shopping online for their favorite products."
According to the Latin American E-Commerce Report, Mexico is a leader in e-commerce and has substantial potential for online retail growth, with forecasts of $11 billion in sales by 2018. Yet its challenge has been in the payments industry, with 32% of all purchases paid with cash on delivery. iguama plans to change the way customers in Mexico think about shopping with its secure online payment processing.
Established in 2014, iguama is the leading e-commerce cross-border shopping mall where Latin Americans shop top quality U.S. brands and Stores at affordable prices. All of the complexity in cross-border transactions is handled by iguama, which include: local marketing, customer service, total in country calculation of price, efficient logistics and payment acceptance. Based in Miami, iguama is backed by technology venture capital firms Kibo Ventures and PeopleFund. For more information visit www.iguama.com.