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29 November 2021·5 min read

Ilya Mikhalchyk-Kananenka

Community Builder, Vestbee

CEE Startups Of The Month - E-commerce

After having explored Blockchain, AI, Healthcare sectors and many more, our next focus goes on to E-Commerce. For the past years, the sector had seen steady and assertive growth and, significantly emboldened by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, has had an even greater development in recent years. Expectedly, more and more startups willing to innovate and ripe the fruits of this change have arisen, especially in the CEE region.

So without further ado, let’s look at the 10 most interesting CEE startups from the E-Commerce vertical worthy of close observation. 


Postis is a Romanian startup aiming to build an end-to-end SaaS solution for managing last-mile deliveries through data-driven insights and machine learning. As of now the company enables more than 100 big and small players to optimize and improve their last-mile delivery chain while also cutting down on the associated costs.


Proky is a Slovenian procurement and restaurant-supplier marketplace which optimizes the interaction between the two in the form of saved costs and time while also bringing more clarity to the purchasing operations of the restaurant owners. As a consequence, both the suppliers and eating places would drastically simplify the mutual interaction, meanwhile reducing the negative effect of food waste, unfortunately, so common for the industry.


The next from our selection, Polish TrustMate is an all-in-one solution for managing product and company reviews aimed at sharpening the power of word-of-mouth marketing. The startup makes it easier to submit and collect reviews, while also strategically displaying them to the visiting customers. As a result, the company’s clients will be empowered by improved transparency through their buying journey while also the odds of a well-earned company reputation will increase.


Have you ever been the one who always returns the clothing items because of either a visual or size mismatch? Look no further! With Wearfits’s solution you can connect directly to the virtual clothing room and see if the picked clothes fit you, as well as find their exact measurements that you can compare to your bodily dimensions in real-time. As a result, the company aims to cut heavily on their customer’s shops’ return rates while also democratizing the technology to do so for smaller players.


Virbe is a startup, offering a gradual evolution of chatbots and virtual conversation experience by allowing its users to build and use a trained virtua beingl dedicated to reducing the workload in customer-facing roles, as well as boosting client satisfaction through a more immersed experience. As a consequence, the company is looking forward to a world where virtual entities perform service functions more comparable to the real human-touch and experience


For quite a while, video production and rendering, especially on a massive, personalized scale remained an option for a few with time and/or money. Fortunately these times are over as the companies like Videommerce had enabled brands and individuals to produce attention-capturing videos in shorter than-ever time and at reasonable costs, empowering small and big businesses alike in connecting more intimately with their target audience.


Pacific is a Polish startup doubling down on the social-media-induced impulse to buy (so common in contemporary times) by making it easy to purchase whatever you want in an average of 8 seconds time. As a result, the company wants to outpace the alternatives by offering speed and access to both the websites and Social media-related purchases.

Live Market

Live.Market is a Polish app that offers a live commerce experience that enables brands to increase their presence in the growing medium of communication and sales - live video. In the process, the company bids on the growing relevance of influencer marketing and the nascency of the competitive landscape which could allow for a quick and decisive market entry of an outsider. 


Expando is a startup that will launch your e-store on several marketplaces while maintaining competitive pricing that you can monitor from a single dashboard, helping you track and analyze the data from all places where you’re exposed. As a consequence, customer e-shops would be enabled to scale and expand internationally much faster while saving money and time on adjusting to local market conditions. 


Korkuma is a Polish startup aiming to connect e-commerce stores with its customers through the most popular means of live commerce by delivering the live streaming platform adaptable to both social media and websites. As an end consequence, the company wants to ride the waves of the growing live-commerce segment while also increasing the customers’ satisfaction and boosting sales of their client’s stores.


Related Posts:

CEE Startups Of The Month - AI (by Bartłomiej Szarwiło, Vestbee)

CEE Startups Of The Month - Hardware (by Jakub Kopera, Community Builder, Vestbee)

CEE Startups Of The Month - Blockchain (by Ilya Mikhalchyk-Kananenka, Community Builder, Vestbee)


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