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Polish Ambassador to the Philippines Jaroslaw Szczepankiewicz (Photo from THEPHILBIZNEWS/Manuel N. Roma, Jr.)

By Monsi A. Serrano

E-commerce in the Philippines, which has become all the more important since the onset of the pandemic, will be getting a boost from Poland, which aims to bring in its products to provide more opportunities to Filipino enterprises.

Polish Ambassador to the Philippines Jaroslaw Szczepankiewicz told THEPHILBIZNEWS that he plans to bring in more products from Poland to the Philippines as he recognized how e-commerce has seen unprecedented growth in the country.

“There are already Polish products in some retail stores in the Philippines. With the Polish Trade Office in Manila, and we believe altogether that e-commerce is the future of the Philippines,” Jaroslaw said.

He cited how the growth of e-commerce in the Philippines has provided livelihood opportunities for many employees displaced by the pandemic and by bringing in more of Poland’s products, there would be more room for entrepreneurs to grow.

“We will boost and move more Polish products to the Philippines because it is booming and this will also provide opportunities to many enterprising Filipino entrepreneurs,” said the ambassador.

“Given the consumer behavior of the Filipino people, the strong usage of Facebook in your country and the established ecosystem in e-commerce, this will further boost the e-commerce in the Philippines,” he said, adding that such an opportunity for growth should not go to waste.

In planning the positioning of Polish companies, Jaroslaw said: “We really want to have a face-to-face event to facilitate more business partnership between Philippine and Polish companies, but the pandemic prohibits us to do this as we all need to be concerned with the safety and health of everyone.”

But he assured that the Polish Embassy will not stop in providing more opportunities for partnerships with the Filipino business sector.

“You will see more products from Poland now available through various e-commerce platforms and market in the Philippines,” Jaroslaw said.

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