From January 27, entrepreneurs planning to sell via Amazon in Poland and globally can register their accounts on sell.amazon.pl in preparation for launch of the website.
Amazon has announced the commencement of work on the launch of the Amazon.pl platform in Poland. According to the company, it is to provide Polish customers with a new dimension of purchases and enable local businesses to reach a larger number of customers both in Poland and around the world.
More than 50 percent of the goods sold on Amazon come from external partners. The upcoming premiere of Amazon.pl will therefore provide Polish entrepreneurs with the opportunity to reach over 300 million Amazon customers around the world, in over 200 countries and territotries.
Amazon has been supporting Polish customers for many years and helping to sell products of Polish entrepreneurs in other European stores. The next step is to introduce a full retail offer for consumers in Poland.
Amazon has been operating in Poland since 2014. It has nine logistics centres employing over 18,000 people.
In 2021, the 10th centre will be launched, where over 1,000 new jobs will be created.