Merlin Group begins to develop a model of cooperation and strategy with new investors

Merlin Group is starting to develop a cooperation model, and then a strategy for the coming years, with new investors - January Ciszewski and Artur Górski, who purchased 13% of the company's shares, according to the announcement.

“Merlin Group, listed on the NewConnect market, informed in the stock exchange announcements about two purchase transactions of shares of the company by investors known on the Warsaw Stock Exchange - Mr. January Ciszewski and Mr. Artur Górski. According to the published current reports, investors purchased 13% of the Merlin Group shares, which, together with the previously disclosed information about the acquisition of 25% of shares by Berg Holding, gives a controlling stake of 51% in the company, ”the release reads.

Merlin Group S.A. A public company, listed on the NewConnect market since 2012, develops e-commerce projects based on an integrated platform of complementary resources such as a warehouse, an IT platform, commercial and marketing competences, a customer service office, as well as finance and accounting. Main resources of Merlin Group S.A. is an integrated competence platform for e-commerce projects and private labels -, and Based on the company's resources, it builds online stores in the most promising categories, such as books, games and home entertainment, goods for children, interior furnishings, and cosmetics and perfumes.

Moreover, since 2020 Ciszewski has been one of the key shareholders of Berg Holding, a real estate and investment holding company from Katowice.

“My involvement in Merlin Group is not accidental, as expected, the gross value of the Polish e-commerce market in 2026 should reach PLN 162 billion. It is one of the most promising sectors of the market. What's more, the COVID-19 pandemic and the introduced restrictions have definitely accelerated the digital transformation in a natural way, giving an impulse to the development of online sales channels. Importantly, according to the conducted research, nearly 85% of Poles declared that even after the end of the pandemic, they do not intend to limit e-shopping. All this means that the industry can expect a steady double-digit growth in the coming years, ”commented Ciszewski, quoted in the release.

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