Polish tech store chain X-kom has announced it will create about 120 new jobs at its units across Poland within the next 12 months. The company is mainly looking for specialists and managers. The company also plans to expand its logistics centre by investing about PLN 15-30 million (EUR 3.56 million). The logistics centre was launched in Częstochowa in the fall 2017.
X-kom was founded in 2002 in Poland. Currently, the company sells computers and other electronic products in 24 stores and through an e-commerce platform. X-kom employs about 1,200 employees in total.