Ecommerce Poland is a place of meetings and experiences exchange. During Ecommerce Poland Trade Fair the services and product providers can meet their clients, business partners and trade enthusiasts. The owners of online stores can compare the offers of over hundred Exhibitors and find the most suitable for their store. Ecommerce Poland is the unique place where you can see, hear and try the real e-commerce. Ecommerce Poland since the first edition have gathered over 250 Exhibitors and over 3000 Visitors right now.
still has a long way to go to catch up with more developed e-commerce markets in Western Europe. The country ranked last in online retail sales in 2011 of 13 European nations, ...view middle of the document...
The number of online stores during this period increased from 7,500 to 10,800, and 47% of internet users in Poland have made an online purchase in the past six months. The clothing industry represents the largest number of new e-retailers with 17% of Polish e-commerce sites selling clothes and shoes.
While such major Polish e-commerce sites . are benefiting from the growth, they’re not the only ones, “Small e-traders are gaining success in niche markets, especially household goods, tourism and fashion,” . He projects the e-commerce sector in Poland will grow by 15% to 20% in the coming years, despite the economic woes of Europe as a whole.
Internet usage in Poland is growing rapidly. Businesses have extended their Internet usage to areas that many analysts would not have predicted a few years ago. The move toward digitization and initiatives to provide broadband connection in eastern Poland will surely increase Internet penetration.
The main e-commerce initiatives in Poland undertaken by wholesale markets and commodity exchanges are:
• Activities connected with electronic integration between wholesale market and a farmer that improve information exchange and enable creating electronic orders, farmers’ access to the information on wholesale inventory levels.
• Creation of electronic markets,...