Swedish fintech company Klarna has entered Poland last week. The company launches its ‘buy now, pay later’ service in collaboration with H&M. Klarna has been building its presence in Europe in the last years and this is their latest expansion. Klarna is now officially active in Poland. With a new office in Warsaw, the payments company launches its service in the country
Klarna announced the launch of their new Comparison Shopping Service (CSS) in 21 markets. Klarna CSS offers their partner retailers across Europe an increased customer reach and budget savings to boost their return on advertising spend and drive traffic from high shopping intent consumers. In addition, the Klarna comparison shopping page will provide new opportunities for
Klarna announced the expansion of its leading Open Banking solution across eight more European countries. This includes Portugal, Denmark, Luxembourg, Ireland, Croatia, Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia. Klarna provides the largest open banking network in Europe. Supporting a total of 24 countries in the continent, with up to 99% and a minimum of 90% bank coverage across
Klarna is a major payments company from Sweden. Nowadays, it is one of the biggest fintech companies in Europe. Their payment solution offers a variety of payments methods. The most used payment method is one that allows customers to pay for online purchases after receiving them. On 30 June, Klarna entered the Spanish market with the launch of its 'buy now, pay later' service.
International payment service provider Klarna reached a turnover of €677 million, up 31% compared to 2018. More than 200.000 online and offline shops use the services of Klarna. Despite the turnover growth, the published annual report shows that the net result is a negative €85 million. The gross market value, the sum of all sales in stores, also increased by more than