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  • KPglobal is taking German e-commerce local
  • KPglobal is taking German e-commerce local
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KPglobal is taking German e-commerce local

Favouring cash over card and valuing everything local, Germans aren’t renowned for their online shopping habits, despite the country being the second largest e-commerce market in Europe. But KPglobal is changing this, connecting online consumers with local retailers.

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