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Online shopping on the rise

The number of internet users, who shop online has increased to 54 percent, compared to 50 percent in 2016, according to the “E-commerce in Poland 2017” report prepared by Gemius in cooperation with the Chamber of Electronic Commerce (IGE).
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Mastercard: Poles buy online the most among Europeans

According to the report published by Mastercard, 9 percent of Poles shop online everyday, the most (along with Lithuania) among all of the European nations. However, most of the shopping is done domestically. The European average is 6 percent.

E-commerce accounts for 59% of warehouse demand in 2016

Retail chains and logistics operators accounted for nearly 59 percent out of the record-high 3 million sqm of warehouse space leased throughout 2016, JLL stated in a report. Logistics firms’ share in total demand rose slightly from 29 percent in 2015 to 30 percent last year. “This result is mainly d...

Locked content B2B e-commerce can help firms cut purchasing costs by 15% – Delo...

Digital B2B purchases could bring companies up to 15 percent of savings, however only 35 percent of Polish firms use internet purchasing platforms, according to a report prepared by Deloitte and Aleo, a subsidiary of ING BSK. “This business is following the trends observed in the consumer market, wh...

Locked content E-store debt way up – KRD

The amount of debt racked up by the growing body of online businesses has increased by one-third, according to the National Debt Registry and Economic Information Bureau (KRD), the organization’s statement released to the Polish press on Tuesday claimed. The total debt is now PLN 172 million, with a...

Locked content E-commerce on the rise in Poland

Polish consumers are increasingly using e-shops to purchase products, but Polish e-companies are underperforming, according to a report in the Polish press on Monday. The report stated that 35 percent of Poles shop online, with products from German and British online shops being the most popular. “C...

Locked content Carrefour expands online offering

Retailer Carrefour has started selling grocery articles through its eCarrefour.pl online store, with the online offering of the company in Poland expected to eventually include approximately 12,000 FMCG products. At the moment, eCarrefour.pl offers grocery articles to the inhabitants of the Białołęk...
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Where is my parcel?

Same-day deliveries, parcel tracking, flexible delivery options – customer expectations are growing as the e-commerce industry expands. The amount of data and the speed of information exchange necessary to meet their expectations place strains on their software providers

Locked content Survey: 37% of Poles shop by smartphone; 81% – by laptop

As many as 41 percent of Polish internet users have shopped by phone at least once, which means 4 percent growth from the previous year, a recent survey “E-commerce in Poland in 2016” by Gemius showed. However, the majority of Poles still prefer laptops and computers – nearly 81 pe...