Vivre becomes a member Ecommerce Hungary


Vivre, one of the largest online home furnishings stores in the CEE region, has joined the Ecommerce Hungary association to promote the development of e-commerce in the country according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

Vivre, which is nine years old this year, has served a total of 1.1 million customers in nine countries in the region. In the first quarter of this year, the company's sales increased by 28% compared to the same period last year, having ended last year with a turnover of more than EUR 61 million.

Most recently, the association has initiated a consultation with the Operational Corps in the context of the coronavirus epidemic for the benefit of Hungarian webshops. 

"By joining, Vivre is not only demonstrating its commitment to the development of e-commerce, but also its commitment to the code of ethics of the association and to using all its knowledge and resources to provide its customers with the best possible service," said Andrei Stanescu, the company's commercial director.

Ecommerce Hungary's large enterprises chapter was established in April this year, following a comprehensive renewal of the association. The main pillars of the transformation were impartiality, recallability, reduction of presidential predominance, meeting the expectations of market players of different sizes, and the need for advocacy.


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