Northern Bohemia – Retail sales in September fell significantly below market expectations, but year-round balances can still improve vacations.
Czech fund economist Lukáš Kovanda wrote the list of the most profitable companies.
In terms of traders as well as the two biggest holidays are at the end of the year. According to the survey, there is no complaints, but it clearly dominates Christmas, which means 11,000 sales per person. In the case of domestic retailing, it is worth more than any other holiday.
"This year's consumer spending will still be the driving force of the Czech economy," said Kovanda. "The pre-Christmas shopping craze is expected to begin on Black Friday on November 23. The marketing campaign, which has been launched in the United States in recent years, I used many Czech electronic stores.
"During the week of Black Friday, shops can expect sales of about 5.5 billion crowns. During this pre-Christmas shopping frenzy, Czech people are buying apparel and footwear as well as electronics."
Which holidays make the most money for merchants?
- Christmas (Gifts, trees, sweets, carp, sake) – 11,000 crown per person, totaling about 96 billion crown for all adult citizens of the Czech Republic
- New Year's Eve (Food, alcohol, fireworks) – 2,000 crowns per person, approximately 1.75 billion CZK for all adult citizens in the Czech Republic
- Easter (Gift, lamb, chocolate rabbit, sake) – 1100 crowns per person for all Czech citizens, all about 9.6 billion crowns
- Dušičky (Wreaths, candles) – 140 crowns per person, total 1.2 billion crowns for all residents of the Czech Republic
- Mother's Day (Flowers) – There are hundreds of things, but of course only to my mother or grandmother.
- Valentine's Day (Flowers, jewelery) – young people, mostly younger than 35, rather than hundreds of crown.
- Nicholas (Gifts for young children, costumes) – crown is ordered in a lower order, rather than only for families with young children
- Halloween (Alcohol, costume) – There are a few hundred crowns, but certain groups (young people, often foreigners living in the Czech Republic)
- St. Patrick (Alcohol) – Several hundred crown orders, but certain groups of people (young people, often foreigners living in the Czech Republic)