July 2020 brought 10% yearly increase of online retailers’ overdue receivables despite steep growth in sales. The end of the year is going to aggravate the situation. Around 4500 Polish e-commerce companies are dealing with debts. Unity Group’s sales director, Sebastian Błaszkiewicz, notes that growth of the e-commerce industry together with rising competitiveness contribute to increase in debt burden. (content in Polish)
While Polish E-Commerce Boom Prevails, Debts of Stores Also Rise
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