History of Unicomer Group

Unicomer Group was founded in the year 2000 and its operations comprise of well positioned specialty retail chains selling a large variety of products featuring worldwide recognized brands of large and small appliances, furniture, video and audio products, computers/tablets/smartphones, optical products, motorcycles and a variety of technological accessories. Its mission is to serve and meet the needs of its customers with a variety of products and services with more than 15,000 associates who offer their customers the broadest top of the line product selection with financing options.

Focused on its customers, Unicomer Group offers a variety of added value finance options that are not offered in traditional channels, for entrepreneurs looking to start their own businesses.

Unicomer Group’s store chains include La Curacao of Central America and the Dominican Republic, Almacenes Tropigas and the Radio Shack franchise in all of Central America, Sony Center in Nicaragua, Artefacta and Baratodo in Ecuador, Gollo in Costa Rica, Electro Facil in Paraguay, Courts as well as Lucky Dollar in the Caribbean, AMC Unicon, Hagemyer, Price Hacker and Home & Nature in Aruba, Omni in Curacao, Bonaire and St. Maarten, Unicomer in the United States and the RadioShack franchise in Central America, South America and the Caribbean. Thereby making it the store operator with the largest market share in 20 of the 24 countries where it operates. Additionally, on January 1st 2016, Unicomer Group obtained a BB- rating from Fitch and S&P.

As part of its core values, Unicomer Group works under the most stringent governance and ethical standards and strongly supports the communities where it is present. Under the  Social Corporate Responsibility Program focus, the company has developed programs and initiatives that contribute to improve the quality of life of its employees and communities in social, economic and environmental aspects.

 

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