Decathlon Hungary sales jump 17%
French-owned sporting goods retailer Decathlon saw its sales increase by a year-on-year 17% in the January-July period, Gábor Posfai, the managing director of the storesʼ operator Tízpróba Magyarország, said at a press conference today, according to Hungarian news agency MTI.
The manager noted that the company’s market share stands at more than 30%, higher than in any other country where Decathlon operates.
Last year, Decathlonʼs sales in Hungary reached HUF 28.5 bln. Decathlon is scheduled to open its 17th store in Hungary, in Szolnok, central Hungary, at the end of October.
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