Sales for Father’s Day will continue without reaching pre-pandemic levels: Canaco

For Father’s Day in 2022, an economic spill of 2,137 million pesos is estimated for the country’s capital, which, although it represents an increase compared to 2021, is insufficient compared to the pre-pandemic years, reported the Chamber of Commerce, Services and Tourism (Canaco) of the Mexico City.

The president of the Canaco, Jose de Jesus Rodriguez Cardenashighlighted that this year’s sales are projected to be 11% more compared to the 2021 celebrations, but 33.5% less than during 2019.

Not being able to reach pre-pandemic levels, he deepened, is due to the current scenario of economic uncertainty and the decrease in optimism among Mexican consumers.

For its part, the Secretariat of Economic Development (Sedeco) of the country’s capital reported that for Father’s Day there will be an economic spill of 2,187 million pesos, 25% more than in the previous year.

He assured that this projection is in tune with the recovery of economic activities and the value chain that integrates them.

“This June 19, 54,173 economic units will benefit from the Mexico City, of which 50,284 are micro-sized, 3,064 small, 558 medium-sized and 267 are classified as large companies; the lines that will receive the most demand are restaurants, bars, canteens, department stores, as well as businesses dedicated to the sale of raw materials, sweets, tobacco and beverages, ”he indicated.


Rodriguez Cardenas He specified that the participation rate of electronic commerce in these celebrations will be around 30%, an expense that will be destined to the purchase of personal accessories, electronic items and video games, mainly.

Meanwhile, in face-to-face purchases, the items that will have the most sales will be personal accessories (watches, lotions, ties), leather goods (purses, footwear, belts), restaurants (takeaway food), clothing, mobile phones, video games , wines and spirits.

On this occasion, the expense for the celebration of Father’s Day 2022 will range between 600 and 1,200 pesos.

According to the latest Inegi Population and Housing Census, it is estimated that more than 1.6 million parents live in Mexico City.

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