Budapest, December 22 (MTI) – E-commerce in Hungary rose by 20 percent, daily Vilaggazdasag said on Tuesday based on surveying companies.
Among the businesses polled by the daily, Extreme Digital expected its online turnover to rise by 50 percent in 2015 from a year earlier. The number of transactions rose more, by 60-70 percent, CEO Balazs Varkonyi said.
Book sales at Libri and Bookline/Shopline are expected to rise by about 5-10 percent and in other divisions by 15-20 percent, business development director Andras Deak said.
The Hungary turnover of Tchibo’s webshop could rise by 20-25 percent this year. Online sales already excede the sales of the company’s ten traditional shops, e-commerce director Nortbert Nemeth said.