Our Mission

Cencosud manages its value chain using a business model based on four pillars: environmental development, climate change management, employee development, and sustainable offering, which has allowed it to add sustainability to its business model. Added to this are the five strategic focal points for 2020, which are the basis that will enable it to have the resources and structures necessary to face challenges and capture opportunities. Cencosud fulfills its mission of contributing to the improvement of the quality of life of its customers, employees, and the community they are part of. It understands that it will grow not only as a business but that it will support the communities where it is present in facing the main challenges of climate change. For that, the Company is sure that the value they create must translate into benefits for all its stakeholders.

Our company

We are one of the largest and most prestigious retail conglomerates in Latin America. We have active operations in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Peru and Colombia, where day-to-day we develop a successful multiformat strategy ,that today employs more than 140 thousand collaborators.

Our operations are spread across different lines of business, such as supermarkets, home improvement, department stores, shopping centers and financial services. This has turned us into the most diversified company of the Southern Cone and with a greater supply of square meters. In addition, we develop other business lines that complement our central operation, as is the insurance brokerage and family entertainment centers. They all have a great recognition and prestige among consumers, with signatures that are renowned for their quality, excellent level of service and customer satisfaction

 

In Cencosud, our central aim is to become the largest retailer of Latin America and deliver to our hundreds of thousands of customers, the highest quality of service, excellence and commitment, the 365 days of the year.

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Declaración Pública

Tras tomar conocimiento del requerimiento de la Fiscalía Nacional Económica (FNE) en contra de tres cadenas de supermercados ante el Tribunal de Defensa de la Libre Competencia (TDLC)