Locked content More shopping via smartphone – PwC

Although traditional shops remain the most popular means of selling in Poland, there is a continuous increase in the number of people doing shopping with a smartphone, consulting firm PwC reported on Wednesday. 17 percent of Poles shop via smartphone at least once a week, and 7 percent – every...

Locked content Poles buy 30% more electronic equipment on eBay in Q1

Polish users of eBay bought in the first quarter 30 percent more electronic equipment compared to the same period in 2017, a market research by Kantar TNS says. The most popular products ordered through eBay are laptops, mobile phones and mobile phones accessories. The buyers most often choose deliv...

Locked content Growth of online turnover on non-trading Sundays may reach 7% in 2018

An additional increase of online shops turnover on non-trading Sundays can amount to 7 percent this year, QuarticoON CEO Paweł Wyborski said. In March there were two non-trading Sundays in Poland. During them the e-commerce industry earned 13 percent of the total monthly revenue. The increase in tur...

Locked content CCC revenue up 11% y/y in April, online sales soar

The consolidated revenue of footwear retailer CCC increased by 11 percent y/y in April and reached PLN 345 million, the company said in a market filing. Revenue for the period between January and April stood at PLN 1.064 billion and was 25.9 percent higher y/y. CCC recorded PLN 48 million in revenue...

Locked content IKEA opens internet shopping in Poland

Starting on Thursday in Poland, it will be possible for customers to purchase products from the Swedish home furnishings company IKEA online. However, there is just one catch – for now, it is possible only for customers in Wrocław. The availability of ordering IKEA products online is being phased in...

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 Over 48% of Poles shop online – survey

Almost half of Polish internet users (48 percent) have shopped online at least once, a recent survey “E-commerce in Poland in 2016” by Gemius revealed. According to the report, the majority of Poles shop at domestic online stores (47 percent), while only 10 percent make purchases from ab...

Locked content E-shops at Biedronka and Lidl – to be or not to be?

According to Dziennik Gazeta Prawna, discount store chains Biedronka and Lidl plan to launch online stores in 2016. “It should minimize losses after the introduction of the tax on commercial networks,” it said. The newspaper states, that Biedronka is currently at an advanced stage of cre...

Locked content Poles spend €53 less on e-shopping than other Europeans

According to paysafecard, Poles aged 18-29 spend approximately PLN 350 (€83) per month while shopping online, whereas Europeans spend €136 on average. “The gigantic expansion of the internet impacts users’ lives, so it’s necessary to pay more attention to the issue of security of t...

Locked content PwC: 55% of Poles shop online

According to a PwC report – “Client in the digital world”, 55 percent of Poles (out of >1000 respondents) buy goods and services via electronic sales channels. The survey found that the most common reasons Poles choose electronic channels for shopping are the opportunity to purchase a...