Gabor Shoes recorded total sales of €362 million in 2019, which represents another decrease in sales. The figure includes the company’s licenses, Gabor Shop & Store and Gabor Footwear. Gabor recorded total sales of €377 million in 2018 and the previous year achieved total sales of €383 million, which was itself a decrease of 3.3 percent from 2016. Including licenses, the group sold 8.1 million pairs of shoes in 2018, down from 9 million pairs of shoes in 2018. Revenues for the Gabor and Rollingsoft brands decreased from €333 million in 2018 to €318 million in 2019. In terms of volume, the company sold 7.5 million pairs of shoes of its Gabor and Rollingsoft brands. The export share remained stable at 50 percent. The licensed Camel Active brand recorded sales of €34 million in 2019, stable as compared to the previous year. Gabor’s licenses for Camel bags, shoe care and slippers generated another €10 million in revenues. The number of employees at the company declined from 3,377 in 2018 to 3,095 in 2019. Some 425 members of the staff are based in Germany, and another 2,650 are based at its two European production centers in Portugal and Slovakia. Pius Gabor, the new brand of men’s shoes developed by Gabor, has recently built a sales team for Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Retailers in these countries and 18 others can start ordering the shoes this month.