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PayU extends cooperation with Google Pay

PayU extends cooperation with Google Pay

Online retailers that use the services of PayU can now offer Google Pay in their ecommerce websites and mobile apps. Two years ago, the Polish payment service provider was also chosen as a partner for Google to introduce its payment method Google Pay to Poland.

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Peek & Cloppenburg opens online store in Poland

Peek & Cloppenburg opens online store in Poland

Fashion retailer Peek & Cloppenburg is further expanding its omnichannel strategy in Eastern Europe. The retailer launched an online store in Poland, where it already has eleven stationary stores. In the online Peek & Cloppenburg store, customers can order 20,000 products from 300 different brands.

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DHL opens new fulfillment centers in Europe

DHL opens new fulfillment centers in Europe

Deutsche Post DHL Group has opened a new fulfillment center in the United Kingdom. In the English town of Radlett, an area of about 6,500 square meters offers same-day processing for the Greater London area. DHL already operates a similar fulfillment center in Germany and is now working to open such centers in the Netherlands, Poland and Switzerland.

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DreamCommerce launches white-label ecommerce solution in Germany

DreamCommerce launches white-label ecommerce solution in Germany

DreamCommerce has launched its white-label ecommerce solution in Germany and Austria. In Europe, the company is already active in the Netherlands, Turkey and Poland. With DreamCommerce's solution, companies can enhance their offer with an ecommerce platform, adjusted to their brand, region or integrated with applications or services they already provide.

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Why Google chose Poland to launch Android Pay

Why Google chose Poland to launch Android Pay

Google just launched its own payment system, Android Pay, in Poland, making this only the second country in Europe where consumers can use Android Pay to make mobile contactless payments. But why Poland and not, for example, Germany or France? Piotr Jan Pietrzak explains why.

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Android Pay goes live in Poland

Android Pay goes live in Poland

Android Pay, which enables contactless mobile payments with Android devices, has launched in Poland. This is the first country in Central and Eastern Europe and the second country in Europe, after the UK, to roll out the payments service.

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Naspers sells Polish ecommerce websites Allegro and Ceneo

Naspers sells Polish ecommerce websites Allegro and Ceneo

The global internet group Naspers Limited has sold 100 percent of its stakes in Allegro Group, which includes online marketplace Allegro.pl and price comparison website Ceneo.pl, to private equity firms Cinven, Permira and Mid Europa. Naspers sold the Poland-based ecommerce group for 3.253 billion dollar (€2.96 billion).

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Polish payment systems Dotpay and eCard join forces

Polish payment systems Dotpay and eCard join forces

Two Polish online payment systems, Dotpay and eCard, will join forces and expand in Central and Eastern Europe. The two companies are part of MCI.EuroVentures' fund portfolio and are specialized in online electronic payments. The company established as a result of their integration wants to become the market leader in Poland.

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What you should know about Polish marketplace Allegro

What you should know about Polish marketplace Allegro

In some countries in Europe, you will use eBay or Amazon if you want to trade your goods via an online marketplace. In Poland, you might get fewer customers than you would expect if you use these American websites. That's because Allegro is the leading marketplace in Poland. Did you know you must have a Polish website if you want to trade via Allegro?

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