Locked content MasterCard supports online card payments

Financial services company MasterCard Polska has launched a program aimed at boosting on-line payments by debit and credit cards. The company has earmarked PLN 4 million this year for the project. Under the MasterCard’s program, participating e-stores will receive 0.6 percent of the total amou...

Locked content Inbook to increase revenues by 20% in 2015

E-commerce company InBook is set to increase revenues by 20 percent in 2015. The company also plans to forge a strategic partnership and raise capital in the stock market within the next three years, it was announced Wednesday. InBook wants to “strengthen its brand and build a strong position among ...

Locked content Rosmmann opens its e-store

Major health and beauty products retailer Rossmann opened its e-store on February 11, Polish daily Rzeczpospolita informed. The company offers some 8,500 products on-line, including low-end products and those from the premium segment. Cosmetics and chemistry is one of the major e-commerce categories...

Locked content Komputronik launches online store in Germany

Polish IT equipment seller, Komputronik is opening its online store in Germany this month, the company informed. “We are very happy with our sales in the German market. We are launching our online store using the komputronik.de domain this month,” said the firm’s CEO Wojciech Buczk...

Locked content CDP.PL transformed into e-commerce marketplace

Warsaw based video game distributor, CDP.pl, is challenging Polish e-commerce leaders by broadening their online offer. The company is starting to sell books, movies, music albums and board games, in addition to video games. “We are starting our new e-store, which is aimed at competing with Merlin.p...

Locked content Flight tickets sales account for 76% of mobile transactions

As much as 76 percent of mobile transactions in Poland in 2014 involved the purchase of flight tickets. Poles spent roughly €5 billion shopping online, Polish Radio reported. The British e-commerce market is the biggest in Europe and was valued at roughly €112 billion, according to “The Programmatic...

Locked content Regional giant to takeover Agito online retailer

Romanian eMAG will acquire Agito, one of the biggest online retailer in Poland. “This expansion is part of our long term strategy to consolidate our position in the region. Presently, because of the three markets where we are already active in – Romania, Bulgaria and Hungary – we can access a base o...

Internet advertising worth PLN 2.7 bln

According to Wirtualnemedia.pl, e-advertising value will surpass television adverts by 2018. IAB Polska predicts that social media, mobile and video communication will gain in importance. IAB Polska is an internet industry employers’ association.