Consumer flow in Brazilian stores up 77% in May compared to April – IPV

In terms of categories, only "drugstore" registered a decrease in the monthly survey, down 2.8%. "Household goods" and "fashion," on the other hand, posted the largest increasesÇ 114.6% and 109.2%, respectively.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Compared to April, the month of May posted 77% growth in consumer flow in steetfront stores and 65.8% in shopping malls.

The survey was conducted by the Retail Performance Index (IPV), organized by venture capital HiPartners Capital & Work in partnership with the Brazilian Society of Retail and Consumption (SBVC).

The data are from FX Data Intelligence, a specialist in computer vision driven by Artificial Intelligence, and from F360º, a retail management platform for franchises, small and medium retailers. The figures are confirmed by 4Intelligence.

In the regional analysis of streetfront stores, the Southeast posted . . .

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