Tag "Ecommerce Hungary"

Magazine: Business Days 2020 – Our conference was not cancelled… Vol. 2

E-commerce, drugstores and discount supermarkets were the topics of the day’s first roundtable discussion. Changing consumption habits in the light of the pandemic   The ‘conductor’ of the morning concerts...

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Second wave of the pandemic reaches e-commerce

At the end of September sales revenue in e-commerce exceeded that of the May peak during the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic – reveals a survey by digital marketing...

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Digital economy skyrocketing in the region

‘Digital Challengers in the Next Normal in Central and Eastern Europe’ is the title of McKinsey’s latest report that reveals: in the first five months of the pandemic – January-May...

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Magazine: Stronger competition and a level playing field in the e-payment market

In the summer of 2019 a study by the Hungarian Competition Authority (GVH) found that the costs of bank card payment are too high for small-turnover retailers – so high...

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Magazine: Instant payment to make a breakthrough

At the end of July Sándor Nagy, the president of Ecommerce Hungary told at a webinar organised by Fintech Group that in one year 20 percent of online shops will...

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Growing online marketplaces

Volume sales in online retail increased by approximately 15 percent in 2019. Consumer electronics, fashion items, DIY and furniture were the top categories in e-commerce, but the FMCG sector wasn’t...

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Facebook Shops launched

Facebook has launched its Facebook Shops service, which small businesses can use to start an online shop that users can reach from both Facebook and Instagram. Depending on the size...

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Closely watched online shops

On 4 May Ecommerce Hungary organised a one-hour online discussion about fair market conduct and inspections by the authorities in online retail. The experts invited were Máté Siklósi, who operates...

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Almost 8 from 10 people choose contactless payment

According to a recent global consumer survey – conducted by Mastercard in 19 countries in the first quarter of 2020 – 79 percent of shoppers choose contactless payment; the main...

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Online sales are thriving

Because of the extraordinary situation, for the first time Ecommerce Hungary organised its professional meetup on an online platform. The topic was the relationship between the global pandemic and e-commerce....

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