Prevent intruders from breaking into the home, by generating the idea that they focus on home. Automation of agricultural processes: With a smart plug it is possible to automate processes such as watering plants and certain areas of agriculture, allowing the turning on of water pumps and irrigation systems. Parental controls: It is possible to use these devices as a means of parental control.
Opportunity to offer their clients Shein products. In the United States (USA), the fastest growing fast fashion eCommerce in the last quarter of 2020 was Shein and the trend has been replicated in different parts of the world, including Mexico. Likewise, the company unseated Amazon as the most downloaded app on iOS and Android in the US, according to App Annie. With all this boom, during the pandemic the “nenis” took the opportunity to offer their clients the products.
What Was Achieved
It has quickly cornered the market due to its ability to attract users to its platform, along with its fast processes. Low prices and fast fashion products . With its growth, Mexican entrepreneurs or “nenis” . Saw the opportunity to open their own businesses with Shein products without the platform suffering the consequences. Until now, the dynamic has become a win-win for the app and for the “nenis” . During the pandemic, purchases in physical stores were restricted. Due to sanitary conditions and consumers saw an opportunity in eCommerce.
The entrepreneurs who continued to fight. Traders looked for new ways to earn income when the street was not an option and many of them. Among which are “the nenis”, adapted to the new platforms and social networks to survive. My dream job: The soap bubble artist Entrepreneurs and the “nenis” in social networks . In Mexico the base of the economy is found in micro. Small and medium-sized companies, according to BBVA. They are responsible for 72 percent of jobs.
With This Change?
In addition, data from the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi). Ensure that there are more than 4 million SMEs in the country. Which contribute around 52 percent of the annual Gross Domestic Product (GDP). From April to June 2020. SMEs in Mexico had a decrease in their income of 73.7 percent. Well above large companies who had a decrease of 11.9 percent; In terms of demand, they had a drop of 47.2 percent and. In terms of supply shortages, 19 percent, ensures the . Survey on the Economic Impact Generated by COVID-19 in Companies in 2020.
Carried out by the Inegi. Following the data, 46.1 of Mexican SMEs adopted internet sales as a permanent operational measure against Covid-19 and the “nenis” as well. Which are characterized by selling various items, from clothing, makeup, shoes. Articles for the home, etc., offering them mainly through social networks. Shein and a sea of opportunities for “the Mexican girls” Through social networks, in the month of January, a Twitter user commented that she carried out a small undertaking to bring Shein clothes and will offer them at the price of the app.