These companies are typically more locally. If you are not convinced, visit Pinterest. Only the medium-sized and larger companies can aspire to a national or international distribution of their products. While only 0.5% of all companies have, this corresponds to an absolute number of 72 companies, currently more than 250 employees. The focus of furniture industry in Brazil is in Bento Goncalves in the southernmost State of the country, Rio Grande do Sul. 335 furniture producers are established in the city and the surrounding area. In addition, 20% of the total production of the Brazilian furniture sector accounted Bento Goncalves.
The furniture made with 33% the largest product group of the Brazilian furniture production. Office furniture follow with 21%, kitchens with 14%. Upholstered furniture make up less than 7% of the Brazilian production of furniture. According to the entire economic recovery in Brazil furniture trade in Brazil also developed very positively in recent years. There are above everything in the big cities and along the coast a large number of very different trade houses.
Often you will find streets, which joins a furniture shop on the other. In addition means the leading furniture retailers and furniture manufacturers, which operate their own showrooms, frequented shopping malls to draw more and more in the popular and stark. German manufacturers are rarely represented. Are two aspects of particular importance for the future development of the retail trade in Brazil: the Brazilian population is unusually young. About 60% of the population is under the age of 39 years. Thus, a large number of workers and thus consumers available is in the future. On the other hand, there is an emerging and growing middle class, which will also continue the consumption and thus for growth in the retail sector. To date, there is only a low concentration of the Brazilian retail. In 2008, the share of the five largest totaled Retailers just once on 25% of the total retail market, where no single company has a market share of more than 10% had. Overall an excellent perspective for a successful future of the furniture market in Brazil. It is time that European entrepreneurs conquer the growth market of Brazil itself.