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UKRAINE Wildberries now growing in Ukraine

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Russia’s largest online retailer Wildberries has entered the Ukrainian market.

Wildberries is now able to offer Ukrainian consumers 32,000 brands of women’s, men’s and children’s clothing, shoes and accessories, sports goods, stationery, pet product and toys.

Wildberries continues to expand its geographical reach. In January 2020 we launched sales in Poland, and in May we started to deliver goods in Slovakia. The start of sales in Ukraine is the latest stage in our international strategy. Our Ukrainian customers will have access to a wide range of products from and tens of thousands of brands.
Vyacheslav Ivashchenko, the development director of Wildberries

Orders can be picked up at 8,000 delivery points or by courier delivery at home if the pick-up point is too far away.

Wildberries now operates in eight countries: Russia, Ukraine, Slovakia, Poland, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan.

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