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E-butiga gives confirmation Croats are keen to do online shopping

21. September 2010. | 09:38

Source: Croatian Times

The first internet supermarket in Split, Croatia, www.e-butiga.com, has redesigned its website to make it easier for customers to use.

The first internet supermarket in Split, Croatia, www.e-butiga.com, has redesigned its website to make it easier for customers to use.

"We started a year ago, but the need of the market has make us redesign the website to include more products and to simplify its use," Josip Kurbasa, the director of e-butiga.com told the Croatian Times.

He said the number of users was a business secret, but admits Croats are turning more and more to internet shopping. Clients pick the products while surfing the website and delivery is free of charge with customers paying in cash or with a credit card upon delivery.

A comparison of prices in e-butiga.com and traditional shops shows online shopping is cheaper too in Split and the nearby towns of Solin, Kastela, Trogir and Omis.

"We are also able to supply stuff to yachts and coffee shops," Kurbasa said, adding: "We plan to expand to other Croatian cities."


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