• Evolution of Polish consumers in Britain

    Evolution of Polish consumers in Britain

    According to the results of a survey carried out by the Institute of Public Affairs[1] Poles in Britain are still perceived as cheap labour, people who have come in order to support their families in their motherland. According to this stereotype these are people who live in a rented room and buy products and services […]

  • event plan polish marketing Ways of reaching the Polish community in the UK

    Ways of reaching the Polish community in the UK

    If you are a marketer or an entrepreneur who dreams about Polish clientele, well, this article is for you. Below you will find the 10 best ways of promoting your products or services to the Polish audience in the UK, and also valuable tips from somebody who has ‘,been there and done that’ – Matylda […]

  • How NOT to run marketing campaigns directed at the Polish community in the UK

    How NOT to run marketing campaigns directed at the Polish community in the UK

    Polish business in the UK is definitely developing. Consequently, British and international brands that have ambitions to earn ‘Polish pound’, spring up like mushrooms. Unfortunately, when it comes to marketing, the reality is sad. So, what mistakes connected to marketing communication should be avoided? Let’s take advantage of the experience of somebody who, as Brits […]

  • A guide to the Polish consumer

    The increase in income in Poland is still below the EU average. However, by 2022, it will be over 15 percent higher than the European average. Polish unemployment (currently amounting to 4.4 percent) is lower than the EU average. Low unemployment is an increase in wages and an increase in consumption. Thanks to this, the […]

  • Retail trends for 2020

    The retail market in Poland is systematically growing. Poles want to have more and more clothes, not necessarily looking at their endurance. Almost half of us have admitted, in a study by KPMG (an international auditing and consulting company), that they buy clothing at least once a month. Polish retail market in 2018 was worth […]

  • The right channels to reach Polish customers on social media

    Poles – who are on Facebook and who on Twitter or Instagram? The latest research shows that over 80.3% of Poles use the Internet. Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are growing in strength among Polish Internet users. The number of people visiting Facebook per month is already over 20 million, which means that 80% of Polish […]

  • Poles prefer to hold a phone than the hand of a loved on

    How important is closeness and physical touch in strengthening and maintaining relationships? Is social media just a « thief » of our time? Or maybe during this difficult time it can help us maintain and strengthen relationships? According to research conducted by T – Mobile Polska, more than half of Poles aged 18–34 (55%) admit that they […]

  • Bio products in Poland

    The bio products market is constantly growing in Poland. 62% of respondents would like to buy more and more products of this type. The obstacle is the lack of understanding of what bio is, as well as the lack of certainty as to whether a product labeled as bio, actually is. Such are the results […]

  • Public Relations industry in Poland

    Estimates indicate that the PR industry in Poland is growing in strength from year to year. This trend is noticeable not only in statistics and budgets allocated by clients to communication, but primarily in the quality of services rendered and their scope. One of the most important elements of this market is the agency’s professionalization […]

  • Journalist a more respected profession than a priest, minister and broker in Poland

    Poles – an average of 55% of them – hold the profession of journalist in higher regard than, for example, a miner or teacher. According to revealing statistics, 35% greater social respect is enjoyed by, among others, miners, doctors, teachers, employees, shop owners, cleaners, and to a smaller degree – priests, ministers, deputies and stockbrokers. […]