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Supermarkets

914 stores with a total of 2,220,109 m2 of selling space and 89,858 employees

Our most relevant business division is Supermarkets & Hypermarkets, representing approximately 73% and 61% of our revenues and adjusted EBITDA, respectively. We have a quality-service and quality-price strategy, which helps us to segment our customers. We use different brands depending on the country in which we have a presence.

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Home Improvement

100 stores with a total of 781,353 m2 of selling space and 11,855 employees

Our Home Improvement division is our second most relevant division, bringing approximately 14% and 20% of our revenues and adjusted EBITDA, respectively.

In 1993 we expanded our business divisions, inaugurating our Home Improvement stores in Chile and Argentina, which offer products and services oriented to improve and/or maintain homes, besides construction materials, design, and decoration products. In 2007 we opened our Easy stores in the Colombian market.

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Department Stores

49 stores with a total of 285,347 m2 of selling space and 8,386 employees

Our Department Store division is our third most relevant division in revenues, contributing with approximately 11% of total revenues. In terms of adjusted EBITDA, the division represents 8% of our consolidated adjusted EBITDA.

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Shopping Centers

67 Shopping Centers with a total of the gross leasable area to third parties of 830,548 m2 and 664 employees

Our shopping center division represents approximately 1% and 6% of our revenues and adjusted EBITDA respectively. Today we have a presence in 4 countries; Chile, Argentina, Peru, and Colombia. Costanera Center (www.costaneracenter.cl) was inaugurated in June 2012, been the biggest shopping mall with 326 stores and 140,000 m2 of selling space, turning into a landmark in Santiago.

In June 2019, Cencosud successfully executed the initial public offering (IPO) of its Shopping Centers division in Chile, Peru, and Colombia, raising US$ 1,055 million for a 27.7% ownership stake. Cencosud Shopping owns 40 properties: 33 in Chile, 3 in Peru, and 4 in Colombia, and plots of real estate: 4 in Chile and 1 in Peru.

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Financial Services

We established our financial service division in 2003 when we launched our “Jumbo Más” credit card to facilitate in-store purchases. Since then, we have significantly increased our credit card operations. Today the Financial Services division represents approximately 1% and 5% of our revenues and adjusted EBITDA respectively and has JVs in Chile, Brazil, Peru, and Colombia. Our primary objective is to deepen the relationship with our customers, offering a more comprehensive service and generating greater added value from the synergies between the businesses and all subsidiaries of Cencosud.

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