Deichmann sales up 7.6% in Hungary

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(Photo: Wikimedia Commons/Krugerr)

German-based shoe retailer Deichmann saw revenues in Hungary rise by 7.6%, to reach HUF 38.3 billion over the last year, the company told Hungarian news agency MTI today.

(Photo: Wikimedia Commons/Krugerr)

By selling approximately 5,140,000 pairs of shoes last year, sales volume of the retailer in Hungary grew by approximately 4% as compared to the preceding year. 

Over the last twelve months Deichmann, which has 109 stores in the country, expanded its staff in Hungary by 80 to almost 900, MTI reported.

The company opened four new shops in Hungary last year and renovated nine, MTI added.

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