Last year the app co-created by Warsaw-born Piotr Szulczewski and valued at about $11.2 billion, was downloaded 168.8 million times worldwide making it the most downloaded shopping app for the second year in a row.
Żywiec man keeps the Christmas spirit burning by handing in money he found in a second-hand purchase.
In an interview for TFN, retail expert Hadley Dean explains why e-commerce, instead of undermining the nation’s shopping centres, could keep them crowded for years to come.
Based on a similar concept to pop-up Brixton and Bangkok’s Art Box, the solar-powered, five-storey, vegetation-covered complex will have three main zones: food and catering, service and commercial areas (with small boutiques of Polish designers), and an events hall dedicated to workshops, exhibitions and lectures.
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.