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#51 Claret Uribe about the world of Amazon and Mercado Libre in Mexico

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Claret ist part of the new ecom super business merama.io in Mexico, trying to partner up with Amazon brands in order to make them even more successful. Claret gives very interesting insights into the recent e commerce boom in Mexico, the role that Amazon plays there and the chances of former brick and mortar retailers. About Spryker: www.spryker.com Spryker Youtube: www.youtube.com/c/SprykerSystemsGmbH42 Alexander Graf: www.linkedin.com/in/alexandergraf/ twitter.com/supergraf

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