Poland

Nethansa expands in Europe

Polish marketplace technology and service provider Nethansa has launched its new SaaS platform, with which it is ready to expand within Europe. The company is already active in the Czech Republic, Germany and Great Britain as well. The platform wants to integrate with several marketplaces in the coming years, including Allegro.

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Shopee enters Spain

Shopee, a popular online marketplace from Singapore, is entering Spain. The company is quickly expanding across Europe, as the launch follows their recent move to Poland in September. Spanish sellers and consumers can use their platform as of today.

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Shopee enters Europe

Shopee, a popular online shopping platform from Singapore, is ready to make its debut in Europe. The ecommerce company is preparing to launch in Poland. The company is part of Sea, whose gaming arm Garena is already active in Europe.

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Klarna launches in Poland

Swedish fintech company Klarna has entered Poland this week with the launch of its 'buy now, pay later' service in collaboration with H&M. This is the latest expansion of Klarna, which has been gruadually building its presence in Europe in the last years.

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Amazon launches in Poland

Amazon has launched Amazon.pl in Poland. Amazon was already active in Poland since 2014, but now it has opened a dedicated local ecommerce website. Polish shoppers can buy over 100 million products across more than 30 categories.

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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.

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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.

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