Decathlon increases its online sales by 90% and exceeds pre-covid levels

Decathlon Spain It invoiced 2,106 million euros during 2022, which represents an increase of 3.54% compared to the previous year and its new best record. In the digital realm, the online channel already represents 12% of total salesregistering a turnover growth of 90% with respect to values ​​prior to the Covid pandemic, as reported by the company in a statement.

Talking about tax contributionsfor corporate taxes, social security and income tax, the company paid €107 million. With these figures, one more year, the Spanish market continues to be the second most important country for the Decathlon Group, contributing the 12% of the firm’s global turnover.

The company has highlighted that during the past financial year, Millions of people chose Decathlon as their first option for equipment and advice on the purchase of sports equipment among its more than 150,000 articles and associated services. “This is demonstrated by the company’s customers in each of their purchases, increasing the satisfaction index up to 4.58 out of 5″they have pointed out from Decathlon.

As for your real estate park it means, Decathlon ended the year with 175 stores and 7 logistics centers, making an opening, in Nigrán; four relocations, one of them in the Barcelona municipality of Vilanova i la Geltrú and the other three stores in City format in Calle Alcalá, Gijón and Valencia; and two extensions, at its center in Palencia and City Sabadell. “Thanks to the daily commitment, experience and constant work of the great Decathlon Spain team, we have obtained these results. We will continue working so that more and more people enjoy the benefits of practicing sport”, has pointed out Borja Sánchez, CEO of Decathlon Spain.

Sustainability and circular economy

Taking stock of the year, Decathlon continued to work on its roadmap to advance the goals set in terms of sustainability. Specifically, in the last exercise, he has achieved that the 25% of their sales were eco-designed products. Regarding your data absolute CO2 emissions derived from the development of its activity in Spain, has achieved reduce them by -2%, and has achieved a recycling rate derived from its business of 92%.

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In addition, in recent years, the company has implemented solutions that encourage more responsible consumption and minimize the environmental impact of its activity. For this reason, in 2022, Decathlon took another step in its circular economy strategy promoting sales initiatives and sustainable solutions such as repair and maintenance services, product rental, or Decathlon Second Lifealready present in 85% of its stores, and through which it has been possible to give a new life to nearly 104,000 products.

Outlook for 2023

“At Decathlon Spain we have a clear objective for the coming years: to contribute to making sports practice an essential asset for all people and to continue developing a sustainable business model”, has underlined he CEO of Decathlon Spainreiterating that «To achieve this, we will continue working on the basis of our values: vitality, generosity, responsibility and authenticity; and we will offer everyone the possibility of practicing sports in their own way, regardless of their level, their physical condition or their goals, while enjoying its benefits”.

Along these lines, in recent months, Decathlon Spain He has launched different projects. Since the consolidation of your agreement with the Spanish Sports Association (ADESP)to the development of new initiatives within its alliances with different sports federations at the national and regional level.

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