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Wholesale



Rules and recommendations

Wholesale is mainly intended for business owners shopping in relation to their business.

Sole traders and companies must prove their business ownership. This can be done by showing a copy of their trade license (in most shops a photo on your phone should suffice). You can also prove your business by telling the store your IČO (company identification number), which the shop can verify in the state database. One IČO can be used to admit one person.

Merchandise pickup points and delivery are allowed to function and goods from the suppliers are allowed to be brought in.

When shopping, follow all hygienic rules, wear your mask the whole time and disinfect your hands before entering. Enter the shops only when necessary to ensure the safety of yourself and the employees, where possible, choose to order online and use a pickup or delivery service.

Frequent questions about this topic

Do I have to use EET (Electronic evidence of sales)?
Does the closure of businesses apply also to B2B trade?
How can I prove that I'm a business owner so that I can go to the shop?
Can an employee enter the shop instead of the business owner?