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allegro.pl

Founded Year

1999

Stage

IPO | IPO

Date of IPO

9/30/2020

About Allegro

Allegro is a Polish online marketplace, auction website, and non-food shopping destination. In addition, the Group operates Ceneo, a price comparison platform in Poland. Allegro operates across Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Ukraine, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Serbia.

Allegro Headquarter Location

ul. Grunwaldzka 182

Poznan, 60-166,

Poland

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Allegro Patents

Allegro has filed 591 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Sensors
  • Electronic circuits
  • Gas sensors
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

3/24/2020

5/3/2022

Sensors, Vehicle braking technologies, Electromagnetism, Automotive safety technologies, Brakes

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Application Date

3/24/2020

Grant Date

5/3/2022

Title

Related Topics

Sensors, Vehicle braking technologies, Electromagnetism, Automotive safety technologies, Brakes

Status

Grant

Latest Allegro News

Last Train To Helsinki For Departing Russians

Mar 25, 2022

03/25/22 AT 8:05 AM One of the few remaining routes open from Russia to the European Union is closing down after Finland's railway operator announced the last train from St Petersburg to Helsinki will run on Sunday. Following Moscow's invasion of Ukraine, the twice-daily Allegro express train was regularly packed with Russians and Finns eager to get out before Western sanctions make leaving all-but impossible. "So far we have continued to run the Allegro service in line with official guidance, in order to secure the passage of Finns to Finland," Topi Simola, senior vice president of Finnish operator VR said in a statement on Friday. The twice-daily Allegro express train from St Petersburg to Helsinki has been packed with Russians and Finns eager to get out Photo: LEHTIKUVA via AFP / Emmi Korhonen As airspace closures and other sanctions hit, the Allegro -- the last rail link still in operation between Russia and the EU -- saw demand soar. "In the last weeks people who have wanted to leave Russia have been able to exit the country," Simola said. However, on Thursday Finland's minister for state-owned enterprises Tytti Tuppurainen informed VR that "operating the service was no longer appropriate" in light of the heavy sanctions against Russia. The Finnish government has decided that operating the rail link is no longer possible under burgeoning EU sanctions against Russa Photo: AFP / Alessandro RAMPAZZO The rail operator said the last train from Russia to Finland will operate on Sunday morning. Most trains have been packed since the February 24 invasion, bringing 700 passengers a day to Finland, but over the last fortnight traveller numbers have decreased to 60 percent of capacity, a VR spokesman told AFP. Although many Russians have reportedly sought to leave, the Allegro link to Helsinki has only been open to a select few. Moscow stipulates that passengers must be Russian or Finnish citizens. A visa is required as well as proof of an EU-recognised Covid vaccination, and not the Sputnik dose which is most commonly given in Russia. Most passengers arriving in the Finnish capital have therefore been Russians who live, work or study in Europe. On Friday an exhibition of shocking images from the war in Ukraine opened at a train station in Lithuania, with the aim of giving Russian transit travellers a true picture of the conflict. The Baltic state allows 100 trains a month to transit to and from the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad, although Russian passengers are not allowed to disembark in Lithuania. © Copyright AFP 2022. All rights reserved. Join the Discussion

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  • When was Allegro founded?

    Allegro was founded in 1999.

  • Where is Allegro's headquarters?

    Allegro's headquarters is located at ul. Grunwaldzka 182, Poznan.

  • What is Allegro's latest funding round?

    Allegro's latest funding round is IPO.

  • Who are the investors of Allegro?

    Investors of Allegro include Permira, Cinven, Mid Europa Partners, Naspers and Tradus.

  • Who are Allegro's competitors?

    Competitors of Allegro include Modivo.

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