Soma Ramasamy | Vice President, Cross-Border Markets And International Business Development
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Soma Ramasamy, Vice President, Cross-Border Markets And International Business Development, PayPal

Soma Ramasamy is a 20-year veteran with expansive experience in Sales, Business and Strategy Development in the Technology and Telecommunications sectors.
 
Currently, holding the portfolio of Vice President for Cross-Border Markets and International Business Development in PayPal, Soma is responsible for developing markets that represent greatest opportunity for new growth for the company. Soma will be identifying opportunities and driving strategies for boosting cross-border trade in high growth markets across the globe, stretching from Latin America, Eastern Europe, Middle East, Africa and South East Asia.
 
Soma joined PayPal in 2013 and was most recently Head of Strategy, Business Development and Product Marketing for PayPal in Asia Pacific. Prior to joining PayPal, Soma was with Ericsson in Singapore as Regional Head for Strategy and a Principal at Booz Allen in the Technology Practice.
 
Soma holds an MBA from London Business School and a Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics & Communication from Thiagarajar College of Engineering in India.

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Driving cross-border commerce

  • Understanding the growing cross-border trade and evolution of online marketplaces, domestic and abroad
  • Will domestic transactions be outpaced by cross-border transactions within the next five years?
  • Utilising existing infrastructure and driving collaborative models
  • The key driver of cross border commerce? Price- sensitive millennials
  • Are marketplaces winning the cross-border commerce industry?
  • Making use of international, customisable, hassle-free payment platforms
  • Key considerations for your cross-border business:o Localisationo Translation of copyo Regional contento Copy that buyers can relate too Shorter supply chains
last published: 15/Apr/19 13:15 GMT

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