This paper describes how small businesses can implement an effective cyber supply chain risk management system and offers a set of actionable steps that small firms can take to protect their supply chains and customers as they do business in the digital age.
VEEI and the Dubai Department of Economy and Tourism surveyed businesses in Dubai and found that digital capabilities are key to small business recovery and resilience. The paper offers recommendations to further promote and empower micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs), which are a key pillar of Dubai’s economy.
Visa’s contribution to the e-Book, Future-Proofing Inclusion: Technology Proposals for CDFIs and MDIs, presented at the fifth annual DC Fintech Week in October 2021 shows that scaling financial products offered by MDIs will help to serve an even greater number of people in underrepresented communities.
Small businesses, particularly the startups that were born of adversity and opportunity during the pandemic, have benefited from digitization. We recommend three steps for policymakers to help them thrive.
Digital identification that is inclusive and equitable for everyone, everywhere is a common good. It benefits people, businesses, governments, and numerous other entities including education and health systems.
A survey of small businesses in Brazil, Colombia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and South Africa found that embracing digital and cross-border capabilities helped them to better weather the pandemic.