Euronics revenue climbs 11% in 2021
Revenue of Hungarian-owned electronics retailer Euronics rose 11% to HUF 71 billion last year, the company said on Thursday, according to a report by state news wire MTI.
Euronics' 64 brick-and-mortar stores generated most turnover, but online sales climbed close to 20%.
Sales were highest in the capital and environs and in Győr-Moson-Sopron County, in the west of the country.
Euronics' biggest sellers last year were large-screen TVs, front load washers and fridge freezer combos.
The company added electric bikes, household chemicals, and sporting goods to its product offering last year, after adding gardening and DIY products in 2020.
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