The Polish Financial Supervision Authority (KNF) approved the Prospectus of Shoper in connection with the planned public offering. The company is applying for the introduction of shares to trading on the main market of the WSE. The publication of the Prospectus is scheduled for Monday, June 21. The global coordinators of the offer and co-owners of the book of demand are mBank and the PKO BP Brokerage House. WOOD & Company Financial Services is also the co-booker of the book of demand.
Shoper is a leader in the Polish market of software vendors for e-commerce in the SaaS model, which allows entrepreneurs to conveniently, quickly, and easily set up their online stores and conduct online sales. The company's comprehensive offer includes the Shoper platform available as a subscription and several services sold in the pay-as-you-grow (PAYG) model, directly correlated with the number of orders or turnover (GMV) generated by stores on the platform. The company's solutions are used by over 20,000 stores representing various industries.
"The approval of the Prospectus is very positive news, it means that the Public Offering of Shoper will start in the next few days. The comprehensive offer for e-stores that we have been building for 15 years has allowed us to take the leading position in the Polish market of software suppliers in the SaaS model and become a platform of the first choice for entrepreneurs deciding to enter the online channel. We are in a period of dynamic growth, we have a rich offer and great people on board, and the Polish e-commerce market has very good prospects. It is a good time to join the group of companies on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. We expect the first share listing in the first half of July," Marcin Kuśmierz, President of the Management Board of Shoper, said.