28.07.2020

It Boats Remain Afloat on the E-Commerce Wave

The Unity Group, which deals with the digital transformation of businesses and services for e-commerce, will grow by at least 15-20 percent this year. Companies need to handle the high number of online orders. According to Grzegorz Kuczyński, President of Unity Group, the pandemic has meant that e-shops have to deal with this traffic on a daily basis, which previously only happened several times a year. (content in Polish)

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