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...

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...

Locked content Amazon will invest in Poland?

The Polish unit of e-commerce giant Amazon announced that it does not rule out more investments in the country. On Monday, Steve Harman, Director of Continental Europe FC Operations, told the PAP news agency that the company has not ruled out plans for further investments in Poland. Besides, Amazon ...

Locked content Amazon to hire 1,000 people in Poland this year

The Polish unit of e-commerce giant Amazon is going to create over 1,000 new jobs in Poland this year, the company reported on Friday. Currently, it employs 4,500 people. “The majority of the new jobs will be those requring high qualifications, in such fields as IT, engineering, finance, HR an...

Locked content Gov’t to put tax on e-stores

The Polish government is not only going to impose a tax on retailers but on e-stores as well, Rzeczpospolita daily reported. According to the daily, some 20,000 e-stores operating in Poland may have to pay turnover tax. “Polish entities will be forced to implement higher prices which will lowe...