Even with innovations in fintech and digital payments, roadblocks related to basic infrastructure like electricity and internet connectivity still prevent many migrant workers from being able to transfer money to their families back home with a truly digital end-to-end flow. While more workers can send money digitally today, the majority of people still receive funds in cash. Read more about why public-private partnerships are key to advancing the future of global money movement and why it matters from experts at the Visa Economic Empowerment Institute.

Economies that include everyone, everywhere, can uplift everyone, everywhere. Our framework for building an inclusive and equitable digital economy focuses on promoting opportunity, trust, and skills. You can read this and more at the Visa Economic Empowerment Institute.

When it comes to delivering digital products and services, small businesses have come a long way. But many still face challenges from “incomplete” or “ad hoc” digitization. Why does this matter, and what can policymakers do to support small businesses in their digital journeys? Read this report from the Visa Economic Empowerment Institute for recommendations that can foster long-term positive transformation for small businesses.

What will it take for small businesses to recover and thrive in the post-pandemic world? Based on research from the Visa Economic Empowerment Institute, which surveyed more than 1,000 small businesses across the U.S., the key is digitization. We need public-private collaboration to help increase internet connectivity, provide technical assistance with digital commerce and cybersecurity, and support digital payments. Learn more about how we believe strategic policymaking can make a big difference, and how Visa is committed to fostering digital inclusion for small businesses.

Recent research indicates that businesses born in the past two years are more likely to be led by women than older firms, reflecting a trend of female entrepreneurship. This new report from the Visa Economic Empowerment Institute explores how digital tools can help women-owned businesses reach global clients and how policymakers can support this growth.

Digital commerce should be a source of empowerment for everyone, everywhere. That’s why we’re committed to bringing together research, diverse perspectives, and innovative ideas on fostering digital equity and inclusion, unlocking growth through trade, and imagining an open future for payments. Find our latest reports at the Visa Economic Empowerment Institute.

When it comes to delivering digital products and services, small businesses have come a long way. But many still face challenges from “incomplete” or “ad hoc” digitization. Why does this matter, and what can policymakers do to support small businesses in their digital journeys? Read this report from the Visa Economic Empowerment Institute for recommendations that can foster long-term positive transformation for small businesses.

Recent research indicates that businesses born in the past two years are more likely to be led by women than older firms, reflecting a trend of female entrepreneurship. This new report from the Visa Economic Empowerment Institute explores how digital tools can help women-owned businesses reach global clients and how policymakers can support this growth.

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