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Ecommerce in Hungary: €2.2 billion in 2019

Ecommerce in Hungary: €2.2 billion in 2019

Ecommerce in Hungary was worth 781 billion Hungarian forint (2.2 billion euros) in 2019. The domestic online retail turnover saw a 17 percent increase compared to the previous year. Continue reading

CCC launches in Hungary and Austria

CCC launches in Hungary and Austria

CCC Group, a major footwear retail company from Poland, has launched its online shop CCC.eu in Hungary and Austria. In Hungary, the group already operates two ecommerce platforms, while in Austria, this will be the group’s first ecommerce platform. Continue reading

Hungary has 5.4 million online shoppers

Hungary has 5.4 million online shoppers

Almost 5.4 million people in Hungary shopped online at least once in the past twelve months, a new survey shows. This means that 91 percent of adult internet users in Hungary made an online purchase recently. Continue reading

Spar starts with online shop in Hungary

Spar starts with online shop in Hungary

Supermarket chain Spar wants to start an online store in Hungary this year. Currently, home delivery of online groceries is already possible in some cities in Austria and Slovenia and soon, consumers from Hungary will be able to order their groceries online. Continue reading

Palletways starts network in Hungary

Palletways starts network in Hungary

The Palletways Group, an express palletized freight network that distribute to 20 countries across Europe, has further expanded its network. Together with independent transport providers, Palletways will launch a new network in Hungary. Continue reading

Ecommerce in Hungary was worth €1.4 billion in 2016

Ecommerce in Hungary was worth €1.4 billion in 2016

Ecommerce in Hungary was worth 427 billion Hungarian forints, or 1.38 billion euros in 2016. The online retail industry in this Eastern European country now accounts for over 5 percent of total domestic retail sales. In Hungary, more people are shopping online while the average basket value also increases. Continue reading

DHL expands European parcel network to Hungary and Slovenia

DHL expands European parcel network to Hungary and Slovenia

DHL Parcel Europe has expanded its cross-border ecommerce network through a new partnership with Slovenia and Hungary. The parcel company is now working together with the Slovenian Pošta Slovenije and the Hungarian Magyar Posta to strengthen the cross-border ecommerce market and to expand it range of services. Continue reading

Ecommerce in Hungary accounts for 4.1% of total retail

Ecommerce in Hungary accounts for 4.1% of total retail

Ecommerce in Hungary has continued to grow in 2015. It surpassed the milestone of 300 billion Hungarian forints (about €963 million) for the first time, ultimately reaching 319 billion Hungarian forints, or 1.02 billion euros, at the end of last year. Ecommerce now accounts for 4.1 percent of the overall retail trade. Continue reading

Fashion store Lesara expands to 16 new countries in Europe

Fashion store Lesara expands to 16 new countries in Europe

Lesara, a Berlin-based online fashion and lifestyle retailer, has announced it will now also supply customers in the United Kingdom, Spain, Greece, Portugal, Bulgaria, The Republic of Ireland, Romania, Hungary, Estonia, Latvia, Slovakia, Poland, Czech Republic, Sweden, Denmark and Finland. Continue reading

Europe sees rise of mobile payments

Europe sees rise of mobile payments

In Europe, more and more consumers like to pay using their smartphone or tablet. In share of mobile device owners who already have experience with mobile payments, Turkey is the absolute leader in Europe. This is apparent from the latest report by yStats.com, called “Europe Online Payment Methods: First Half 2015”. Continue reading

Hungary joins Ecommerce Europe

Hungary joins Ecommerce Europe

SzEK.org, the national ecommerce association in Hungary, has joined Ecommerce Europe. The umbrella organization says to be delighted to welcome its new member. According to François Momboisse, president of the board of directors, Eastern Europe is an important emerging ecommerce market and with this membership they will be able to put forward the interests of the ecommerce sector even better. Continue reading

H&M will open 9 new ecommerce sites in Europe

H&M will open 9 new ecommerce sites in Europe

H&M will sell online in Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia and Switzerland. The Swedish fashion retailer is making a big ecommerce push as it already invested heavily in its online retail site and took several steps to connect its web and mobile assets with its brick-and-mortar stores. Continue reading