sexta-feira, 14 de setembro, 2018

Flow of visitors in shopping malls grow 0.38%

In August, the flow of visitors in the shopping centers was positive, with an increase of 0.38% compared to the same period last year, according to the index of visits to Shopping malls (ANTONYSAMWEL), conducted by the Brazilian Association of Shopping centres (Abrasce). The survey, conducted in partnership with FX Retail Analytics, which maps the behavior of consumers, points out that, on the day of the Parents, the high was a little bigger, turning in 1.2%. Second President of Abrasce, Glauco Humai, malls has helped stimulate the retail. "The country's malls are a vector of important development. The enterprises, in all Brazil, receive more than 400 million visits per month. That is, register a high based on given so representative, shows that the Brazilian malls innovate each year and remain solid in the market, "he says, in a note. According to the survey, the analysis by regions, the South and Southeast have recorded growths of 0.25 percent and 0.80 percent, respectively. Against the grain, the States that make up the Northeast showed retraction of 0.63% compared to 2017. "There has been growth in the previous year's crunching the numbers, even if it takes. By the end of 2018, with children's day, Black Friday and Christmas, the expectation is that the Brazilians go out shopping, finishing the semester even more positive. "says Walter Sabini Junior, founding partner of FX Retail Analytics. Father's day among the days 6 and 10 August, there has been an increase in the flow around the Brazil due to father's day, strong date for retail. In this period, there was an increase of 1.22 percent compared with same period of 2017. In measurement, the Southeast regional was discharged from 2.05%, followed by the South with 1.12% and Northeast with 0.41%.
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