Skroutz buys out courier enterprise

Online retail platform Skroutz is investing in the so-called last-mile sector - the last leg of deliveries to the consumer - as on Tuesday it announced the acquisition of 100% of MyJobNow Delivery, which operates the SendX courier service.

With this buyout, Skroutz will now be able to expand its activities, and Kathimerini understands that the price came to 2 million euros.

How Coronavirus Changed Bulgarians’ Consumption Habits

While it dramatically changed everyone's lives, the epidemic postponed or completely canceled some of the business' plans, while others  it drew nearer in time by at least 1-2 years. Consumers in Bulgaria, those who got stuck in the time around the beginning of the transition, abruptly recalled what it was like to wait in line for food, with the difference that now food is not in short supply.

Supermarkets prove prepared

Unlike Greek courier companies, which are struggling with an overload of orders, local supermarkets have successfully responded to the challenge of home deliveries and increased their clientele by expanding their services this year.

Wuhan "welcomed the light of day": Eager to go to the stores

Long life in isolation meant delivering goods.
Many settlements in the city are still separated by two-meter-high plastic walls that were erected at the beginning of the crisis with the aim of social distance and isolation of communities. For this reason, the citizens of Wuhan were completely reliant on online delivery.

The Parliament Authorised Minister Angelkova to Conclude Concession and Lease Contracts for Beaches

The Parliament has authorised the minister of tourism to conclude concession and lease contracts for beaches. This was decided by the MPs with the adoption of amendments to the Concessions Act on second reading, Focus News Agency reports.
Concessions on sea beaches will be executed under the Black Sea Coast Planning Act.