The Buen Fin season, which took place from November 17 to 20, concluded successfully in the state of Puebla, since the 6,400 participating establishments reported a significant increase in their sales.
In an interview, the local president of the National Chamber of Commerce (Canaco), Juan Pablo Cisneros Madrid, preliminarily indicated that 36.9 percent of businesses registered an increase in their income of 10.0 percent, while 25.9 percent , had an increase of 7.5 percent.
The benefited establishments were located in shopping plazas, such as Angelópolis, Galerías Serdán and Parque Puebla, as well as in the commercial corridor of the Historic Center.
The products in greatest demand were clothing, footwear, food, beverages, household items, electronics and technology, such as televisions, appliances, cell phones and computers.
“A large number of establishments reported increases in sales of up to 10.0 percent, which was one of our high objectives. “I want to clarify that these are preliminary data, since many companies still need to provide their reports,” Indian.
How much did a Pueblan spend on average?
Regarding the average expenditure of each person, the businessman reported that they allocated from 600 to 1,503 pesos, the main payment methods being cash, as well as credit and debit cards.
As additional data, he said that 70.4 percent of companies indicated that they made their sales in physical stores; 8.6 percent, online only and 21.0 percent, on both channels.
“It was a successful end. The days with the greatest commercial movement recorded were Saturday, November 18 and Sunday, November 19, from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.,” he added.