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Klarna launches in Poland
Klarna have officially launched in Poland, introducing their “Pay in 30 days” to Polish customers.
Buy now, pay later plans have been assisting consumers who have been dealing with the unpredictable nature of the pandemic. It has enabled them to spend beyond their immediate income without worrying about how to pay for it upfront. With Klarna’s ‘Pay in 30’, consumers can shop and pay smarter, in a way that gives them more flexibility, convenience and choice, with no interest or fees. Additionally, the Klarna app allows them to browse through recommended stores and manage their Klarna payments with integrated merchants.
“I am thrilled to launch Klarna in Poland. Our goal is to empower Polish consumers to shop, pay and bank in a smarter way that truly fits their lives,”
It is a special launch for me, as my roots are Polish and I’m happy to see that the e-commerce sector has become a driver for the local economy. Klarna is here to amplify this momentum. We are starting with our long term partner H&M, but our commitment is to be a growth partner for all Polish merchants, big and small, and work together to build a loyal and satisfied customer community around their brand,”
– Sebastian Siemiatkowski, CEO and co-founder, Klarna
Klarna launches in Poland at a time when ecommerce is rapidly developing. According to a survey commissioned by Klarna in Poland, 96% of the online population has made an online purchase during 2021 (this finding is consistent across all age groups, from 18-24 to 55-65), with 33% shopping online weekly and 59% saying they would only shop online if they had to choose. And there is a huge demand for being able to pay after delivery. 29% say they would have used “Pay later” for their latest purchase if available. While 3 in 4 (77%) know about the option, only 1 in 4 have tried. 7 in 10 (69%) would trust a retailer more if it offered a pay later solution and 62% believe they would return as a customer more often.