Tag Archives: Biedronka


Chain opens 2,000th shop in Poland

9 Oct 2012

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Biedronka, healing owned by the Portuguese Jeronimo Martins, pills has opened its 2, levitra 000th shop in Poland, in eastern Łódź.
The company believes it could have a twenty percent market share in Poland within three years.  It has recently attempted to change its image from being cheap to offering good prices with quality [...]


Biedronka to open 250 shops in Poland this year

25 Jul 2012

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Portuguese retailer Jerónimo Martins, operator of the Polish Biedronka network, has posted a net profit of EUR77 million for the second quarter 2012, a 12.3% decrease on the previous year. Sales were up by 6.3% to EUR2.67 billion..
Half year turnover came to EUR5.1bn, a 7.5 percent increase over 2011.  Sales for the Polish Biedronka increased by 18.1 [...]


Retailer launching chain of coffee shops

17 Jul 2012


Retailer Jeronimo Martins has opened two cafes in Poland, shop following a pattern that it is now trying out in Portugal offering both sit down and take out drinks.  The company is already the largest grocer in Poland under its flagship Biedronka brand.
Jeronimo Martins is using the brand name of Kropka Relaks in Poland.  [...]


CEE grocery market worth EUR107bn in 2011

4 Jun 2012


PMR estimates that in 2011 the grocery market in six Central European (CE) countries was worth nearly ?107bn, tadalafil 2.8% more than the previous year when expressed in local currencies. The increase was generated foremost by the discount stores and supermarket segments, doctor and was driven by the skyrocketing prices of foodstuffs. 
The Central [...]


Biedronka the main motor for sales for Jeronimo Martins

2 May 2012


Retailer Jerónimo Martins has reported sales in Q1 2012 of EUR2.4bn with Poland increasingly stating itself as the main driver of the group?s growth and profitability where it owns the Biedronka chain.
The company believes that the first quarter is undeniably characterised by the outstanding performance of Biedronka, buy which already represents 70% of operating [...]


International discounters growing at the expense of private shops across CEE region

30 Apr 2012

The number of privately owned small shops across Central and Eastern Europe has been falling for the past 15 years with thousands going out of business ever year at the same time as there has been enormous growth in the main chains. In the case of Poland around 72 percent of the entire population, sale [...]

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