Survey reports that electronics and book e-shops are most attractive to Slovaks

Internet-based shops that sell computer equipment, other electronics and books enjoy the most interest among Slovaks, according to the results of the ShopRoku 2010 ('Shop of the Year') survey published on November 8. The second year of the competition was organised by the independent shopping advisor heureka.sk, which approached 30,000 customers between November 2009 and the end of October 2010. There were eight categories, which assessed around 2,500 internet shops offering their services in Slovakia.

Internet-based shops that sell computer equipment, other electronics and books enjoy the most interest among Slovaks, according to the results of the ShopRoku 2010 ('Shop of the Year') survey published on November 8.

The second year of the competition was organised by the independent shopping advisor heureka.sk, which approached 30,000 customers between November 2009 and the end of October 2010. There were eight categories, which assessed around 2,500 internet shops offering their services in Slovakia.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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