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Amazon almost ready to launch Amazon Poland

Amazon almost ready to launch Amazon Poland

Amazon is planning to launch Amazon Poland at Amazon.pl. The dedicated ecommerce website isn’t live yet, but selling partners in Poland and abroad can now register their businesses for Amazon Poland. Continue reading

Ecommerce in Poland breaks records

Ecommerce in Poland breaks records

The number of online purchases reached an all-time record in Poland last year. This has, of course, to do with the lockdowns due to Covid-19. But still, Poland was one of the fastest growing ecommerce markets in Europe. Continue reading

Omnipack raises another €2.5 million

Omnipack raises another €2.5 million

Omnipack, a Polish fulfilment provider, has raised another 2.5 million euros in funding, which brings its total to 5 million euros. The startup, which manages logistics operations for ecommerce companies, wants to use the money to further expand in Europe. Continue reading

Polish martech startup Edrone raises €4.5 million

Polish martech startup Edrone raises €4.5 million

Polish company Edrone has raised 5.3 million dollars (4.5 million euros) in its first funding after bootstrapping for the last four years. Edrone is an AI-fueled platform that provides customer experience solutions for ecommerce companies. Continue reading

Allegro: ready to expand beyond Poland

Allegro: ready to expand beyond Poland

Allegro, the major online marketplace from Poland, is ready to expand internationally. This is what CEO Francois Nuyts says, in a time of rumors about Amazon entering Poland. Continue reading

Everli partners with Kaufland in Poland

Everli partners with Kaufland in Poland

Everli, the Italian ecommerce marketplace formerly known as Supermercato24, has announced a partnership with Kaufland in Poland. The partnership allows people from 17 cities in Poland to order groceries from a Kaufland store through the Everli website or app. Continue reading

Allegro prepares IPO

Allegro prepares IPO

The major Polish ecommerce platform Allegro has announced its intention to apply for listing on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. Should the company proceed with the initial public offering, it would become the largest IPO of Poland. Continue reading

Poland: 5,500 new online stores in first half year

Poland: 5,500 new online stores in first half year

During the first half of this year, about 5,500 new online stores were registered in Poland. At the same time 2,000 got shut down. But some think the recent boom in ecommerce, due to the pandemic, won’t last long. 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

Allegro Gadane, platform for buyers and sellers, launched

Allegro Gadane, platform for buyers and sellers, launched

The popular Polish marketplace Allegro has launched its own social website, called Allegro Gadane. It shouldn’t be compared to the likes of Facebook or Twitter. It’s more like a social platform for sellers and buyers to exchange opinions, ask questions and solve problems. Continue reading

Allegro enters global top 10 biggest ecommerce websites

Allegro enters global top 10 biggest ecommerce websites

Allegro has entered the top 10 list of biggest ecommerce websites in the world, in terms of monthly visits. The Polish ecommerce company welcomes almost 194 million visitors per month, which is slightly less than the number of people visiting Shopee and Tmall. Continue reading

Polish consumers not happy with eco-behavior retailers

Polish consumers not happy with eco-behavior retailers

About three out of four Polish consumers see environmentally-unfriendly behavior of sellers when they are shopping online. Among this behavior is the use of film for packing shipments, packing food products in plastic bags and packing small products in too large packages with fillers. Continue reading