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More than 80 percent of Poles now buy online, with clothing proving to be the most sought-after commodity, according to a poll commissioned by Santander Consumer Bank.
The percentage of Poles buying online has grown by 4 percentage points in 2021 against 2020, to 77 percent of the population, a report by research and technology firm Gemius shows.
Poland's listed e-commerce group Allegro launched the pilot stage of a new fulfillment service on Monday through which selected merchants will be able to store, sell and replenish their merchandise directly from an Allegro warehouse.
Eighty-seven percent of Polish internet users are buying online, which, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, translates into an increase of 11 percentage points compared to 2019, according to a study by the Zymetria agency released by the Rzeczpospolita daily on Monday.
DeeZee, one of the largest online footwear stores in Poland, opened four online shops in Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Romania, the company reported in a press release on Thursday.
When customers place an order they are actually sending a secret message outlining the abuse they are suffering. Website operators then check on the sender’s wellbeing and if necessary alert the police.
One of the reasons for the increase in online sales is Poland’s good macroeconomic situation, alongside low unemployment and wage growth, which have led to the best consumer mood for decades.