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Polish shoppers on the hunt for Cyber Monday deals

30.11.2020 17:45
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are becoming more popular in Poland every year, with a growing percentage of consumers saying they shop on those days.
  • Polish shoppers on the hunt for Cyber Monday deals: Interview

Data also shows that online shopping is more popular among young Poles as well as those living in large cities and those whose households consist of at least three people. 

Meanwhile, amid the coronavirus pandemic, the number of customers heading to Polish shopping malls in 2020 is likely to fall by several million compared to previous years, according to a new report by consulting firm CBRE.

A separate study by professional services firm Deloitte has found that 67 percent of Poles are planning to limit the number of visits to traditional stores in favour of online shopping this year.

Radio Poland’s Danuta Isler spoke to Bartek Bobczyński, a director at Deloitte Digital, to find out more.

Click on the audio player above to listen to the interview.