Gabor says it recorded a two-digit increase in total sales in 2011. Its Camel Active and Snipe brands grew by 13 percent to €65 million in 2011, and the number of pairs sold under these two brands grew by 3 percent to 1.4 million. Domestic sales and export sales each increased by 13 percent to €46.3 million and €18.7 million respectively. Camel Active accounted for 1.25 million pairs of shoes and total sales of €56.91 million for 2011. Orders for spring/summer 2012 remained stable at about half a million pairs of shoes. In Germany, pre-orders grew by 3 percent, whereas pre-orders in international markets decreased by 12 percent, due to economic problems in some countries in the European Union, such as Portugal. Expectations for the coming fall/winter season are positive, judging from the market's response to new products presented at Bread & Butter in Berlin.