Did you know that Brazil is home to more than 60,000 e-commerce stores? This means the largest country in Latin America is also the biggest e-commerce market in the region.  PrestaShop recognizes this growth, and we want to help Brazilian merchants maximize profits and get the most out of their e-commerce experience.

That’s why On November 30, 2012, PrestaShop will be hosting a training session for online merchants in, and around, the São Paulo region. The training promises to teach everything one needs in order to open, operate and market a successful online storefront with PrestaShop. This amazing educational opportunity will take place at the Mercure São Paulo Jardins and will cost participants $300. The event is scheduled from 9 a.m. and will last until 6 p.m.

Alternatively, PrestaShop will also be hosting a Community meetup in Sao Paulo on Saturday, December 1st at the São Paulo Center. This event only costs $10 to attend and will be open to general e-commerce enthusiasts, developers and online merchants alike.  The meetup is schedule to kick off at 9 a.m. and will last into the early afternoon hours.

If you live in Brazil and are passionate about the Internet and the world of online sales, then these are two events you won’t want to miss.

Get involved with the world of e-commerce in a region that is experiencing amazing industry growth by joining PrestaShop in São Paulo!

For more information, contact Janaina Diaz at 1.888.947.6543 or email us.

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