ABlnBev proposes to strengthen the value chain of neighborhood stores to improve the lives of millions of small store owners, employees and customers in Latin America and the Caribbean. The solution will be developed and implemented through Tienda Cerca, an initiative that was created by AblnBev as a rapid response to COVID19 to help small family stores address digitalization, access new business opportunities and grow resiliently. It is a platform that aims to catalyze the growth of this market segment, giving them tools to improve their consumers'
The countries' counterpart amount to USD 900,000.
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