Locked content New e-payment service provider enters Polish market

Luxembourg-based iPay International will offer Polish business clients mPOS, a mobile terminal accepting card payments, Rzeczpospolita daily reported. One does not have to create a bank account, one will be given the device, a seller account (operating as a so called iWallet) and a Mastercard card. ...

Alibaba conquers Polish market

Two online platforms owned by Chinese Alibaba had nearly 4 million Polish users as of the end of March, according to a survey by Megapanel PBI/Gemius cited by Rzeczpospolita daily.

Locked content QuarticON enters Chinese market

Polish company QuarticON, which is developing an advertising and recommendation system for e-commerce, has entered the Chinese market and is one of the few to establish cooperation with Chinese search giant Baidu, dubbed “China’s Google,” Polish daily Puls Biznesu reported. Quartic...

Locked content Polish cross-border e-commerce grew by 45% in 2014

As much as 13 percent of Poles do their online shopping at foreign e-stores, Polish cross-border e-commerce increased by 45 percent last year, Rzeczpospolita daily reported. It is estimated that Polish customers spend PLN 2 billion annually on cross-border e-commerce. The entire Polish e-commerce ma...

Locked content H&M opens e-store in Poland

Fashion retailer H&M launched an e-store in Poland, Romania and the Czech Republic on March 26. In 2014, Hennes & Mauritz launched online buying platforms in France, Spain, Italy and China. The company currently runs online stores in 16 countries. At the Polish e-store, customers are able to...

Locked content E-perfumeries attract more customers

In December 2014, 1.9 million internet users visited Polish perfume internet stores, more than twice as many as in December 2013, when 900,000 Poles visited e-stores specializing in perfumes, Rzeczpospolita daily reported, citing data gathered by the Digital Economy Chamber. Douglas.pl was the most ...

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...