E-commerce in Central and Eastern Europe is stable amid COVID-19

The study includes more than 1,200 online stores across Central and Eastern Europe

Central and Eastern Europe

E-commerce in Central and Eastern Europe is stable amid COVID-19. Source:

According to Ecommerce News, Czech e-commerce analytics company MonkeyData has launched online platform Ecomcovid19. The platform shows the impact coronavirus Covid-19 has on e-commerce in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE).

MonkeyDatastated that the platform is being updated on a daily basis with new data about the events in the e-commerce industry of Central and Eastern Europe. This way, online shops, carriers, and other e-commerce players get the right information for their decision making.

Data are the basis of good decision making, and today’s turbulent time demands it more than ever. Therefore, we have decided to help through what we do best and prepared this study as a help for all e-commerce companies
Jan Lastuvka, MonkeyData founder 

The data below reveals that the overall e-commerce in the CEE countries appears to be very stable. Although, there are some significant shifts in purchases across industries. For instance, the biggest sales growth year-on-year can be found in Health (+206%), Building Materials (+119%), Children’s Goods (+103%) and Chemist’s (+101%).


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