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Wildberries Enters the European Market and Opens a Platform in Poland
10.01.2020 17:22
Wildberries Enters the European Market and Opens a Platform in Poland

The largest Russian online retailer, Wildberries, is entering the European market: Poland will be the first EU country to launch theonline store, Kommersant reports. More than 13.5 thousand clothing brands are available for ordering on the European website of the retailer - including Levis, Puma, Adidas, etc.

      Currently, the company has one pick-up point located in Warsaw; and it is planned to open 100 points in Poland. Delivery is free, and takes ten days.

      In addition to Russia, the Wildberries online store operates in Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. According to the company's own forecasts, in 2019 the turnover of Wildberries should reach at least 200 billion rubles.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Wildberries Russian companies Russian business   

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