About the Сompany
M.Video is the largest Russian consumer electronic retail chain by revenue. The Company started its operations in 1993. M.Video runs 424 brand name stores in 169 Russian cities as of December 31, 2017. The selling space of M.Video stores accounts to 693,000 sq. m while the total space accounts to 937,000 sq. m. The Company’s annual turnover exceeds 230 billion Russian Rubles.
M.Video is the first Russian retail chain that had implemented fully-fledged OMNI-channel business model meaning a unified assortment, price and client service for both in-store and online sales. The retailer offers its clients over 20,000 SKUs of audio/video and digital products, large and small home appliance, media and entertainment products, as well as complementing accessories. M.Video operates its stores under a uniform format and a specially designed store concept.
M.Video successfully develops in its stores shop-in-shop m_mobile special areas devoted for sales of smartphones and related digital products, services and accessories. The areas are equipped with own check-out points, wide range of innovative products displayed, and aim to offer an integrated solution to satisfy customers’ needs at the best price possible.
In 2016, M.Video was included in Top-50 most expensive Russian brands by British consulting agency Brand Finance. In 2017, M.Video was recognized among Top-10 best employers and the best HR-brand in retail in Russia.
The Company’s devotion to its clients’ needs, complemented by the constant search for innovative solutions and operational efficiencies, is reflected in the sound financial position of M.Video and sustainably brings value to our shareholders.
In November 2007, M.Video became the first and the only publicly traded company in the domestic consumer electronic retail sector. The Company is listed on Moscow Stock Exchange (ticker: MVID).
The share capital of PJSC “Company “M.video” is divided into 179,768,227 ordinary shares. The shareholder structure is as follows:
Note: Free-float includes SAFMAR pension funds "Doverie" and "SAFMAR" (with total holding of 15.7% as of August 15, 2017)