Swedish fintech Klarna has introduced its flagship service “Pay for 30 days” to brick-and-mortar stores in Poland. The Wojas brand will be the first on the market to provide customers with the option of deferring payments at all points of sale and in the e-shop, the fintech announced.
The Wojas brand, as the first on the market, will provide customers with the option of deferring payments at all points of sale and in the e-shop. Flexible payments from Klarna (online and in-store) allow buyers to pay for products after 30 days, interest-free, it said.
“Adding a modern payment solution will make it easier for our customers to shop in stores and online, and will enable them to make more informed choices. We are happy to offer in-store payments from Klarna as the first in Poland. Shopping in a brick-and-mortar store is becoming as innovative as in e-commerce, and on the other hand, the experience from a brick-and-mortar store, consisting in the possibility of trying on a product before buying, is moving to online,” commented Maciej Wojas, sales director/proxy at Wojas, quoted in the release.
“In-store payments from Klarna are the future of shopping. We already offer them in nine markets, including in the US, UK, Germany and Italy, with six more countries coming soon. Polish customers have become accustomed to the possibility of postponing payment for later without additional costs in online stores and expect such functionality from e-shop owners. Now we are transferring this experience to Wojas boutiques to make stationary shopping as convenient” – added Łukasz Dwulit, Klarna’s country manager in Poland.
Klarna is a global retail bank and payment and shopping services provider.
Wojas is one of the largest footwear manufacturers in Poland, listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange since 2008.