Plant stores throughout Brazil, generate jobs and opportunities for Brazilians. This is the motto that moves Havan. And, even in such a challenging period, the retailer continues to expand in the Brazilian states. This Thursday, the 27th, it is the turn of Montes Claros (MG), in the North of Minas Gerais, to receive a Havan to call its own.
This will be Havan’s 5th megastore in Minas Gerais and the 159th in the chain. With almost 20,000 m² of constructed area, the Montes Claros megastore will feature the entire mix of more than 350,000 Havan items, free parking, a food court and air-conditioned environment, making it the new leisure and shopping destination for the population. The new megastore is located at Dulce Sarmento Avenue, 1966, Vera Cruz neighborhood, and is open daily from 9:00 am to 10:00 pm.
35 thousand resumes
Havan’s arrival in Montes Claros was long awaited, mainly by the population looking for a new job opportunity. For the 200 vacancies generated by Havan, nearly 35,000 resumes were received. “We are a company with a strong culture and opportunities. Knowing that people want to work at our company makes me very happy. And, of course, it is also a sign of the importance that entrepreneurs have of continuing to believe and invest in Brazil. We have brave people, who like to work and employment is the best social program there is”, says Luciano Hang, Havan’s owner.
Havan 35 years
In 2021, Havan celebrates its 35th anniversary. The chain continues with the expansion project and aims to reach 170 megastores in 19 Brazilian states by the end of the year. Considered one of the best companies to work for in Brazil by the “Great Place to Work” ranking, the chain currently has more than 20 thousand employees.