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Sensormatic Solutions by Johnson Controls Predicts the Top Busiest Shopping Days in Asia Pacific for the 2022 Year-End Shopping Season

SINGAPORE–()–Sensormatic Solutions, the leading global retail solutions portfolio of Johnson Controls, today announced its predictions for the top busiest shopping days of the 2022 year-end shopping season around the world. For many countries in the APAC region, Christmas Day (Dec. 25) will be among the busiest shopping days. The annual predictions for the global top busiest shopper traffic days are informed by retail traffic data analytics within the company’s intelligent operating platform, Sensormatic IQ.

“We expect a busy holiday season at home and abroad,” said Kevin Viravec, president at Sensormatic Solutions. “Keeping up with demand, staffing appropriately, and having a complete view of operations will be crucial to delivering satisfying customer experiences as shopping peaks. The rise of truly unified commerce has boosted consumer expectations to new highs, and those expectations are likely to be even higher during the holidays. Now is the time for retailers to reflect on the experiences they’ve been delivering online and in-store so they can take steps to enhance their operations before the rush begins.”

Predictions for Asia Pacific’s busiest shopping days:

Australia: Monday, December 26 – Boxing Day

China: Sunday, January 1 – New Year’s Day

Hong Kong: Saturday, December 24 – Christmas Eve

New Zealand: Monday, December 26 – Boxing Day

Singapore: Sunday, December 25 – Christmas Day

South Korea: Sunday, December 25 – Christmas Day

“Historical data will be extremely valuable in determining how to stock, staff, and promote deals during the holidays,” said Daren Ng, vice president & general manager, Asia Pacific, Sensormatic. “For the Asia-Pacific region, our forecast for the busiest shopping day this year is similar to last year, with Christmas still the strongest driver of shopping. The difference is that with the relaxation of COVID-19 prevention policies in many countries in the Asia-Pacific region this year, traffic on the busiest shopping day is expected to increase significantly compared to last year. With forecasts and insights into the busiest shopping days in each country, retailers can plan ahead and create an excellent shopping experience for their customers, so that they can seize the opportunity to get the desired revenue and achieve a prosperous and sustainable retail.”

The predicted top busiest shopping days globally include:

Australia

  1. Monday, December 26 – Boxing Day
  2. Friday, December 23 – Friday before Christmas
  3. Saturday, December 17 – Super Saturday
  4. Thursday, December 22 – Thursday before Christmas
  5. Saturday, December 24 – Christmas Eve

Brazil

  1. Friday, November 25 –Black Friday
  2. Saturday, December 17 – Super Saturday
  3. Friday, December 23 – Friday before Christmas
  4. Saturday, November 26 – Saturday after Black Friday
  5. Sunday, December 18 – Sunday before Christmas

Canada

  1. Friday, November 25 –Black Friday
  2. Monday, December 26 – Boxing Day
  3. Saturday, November 26 – Saturday after Black Friday
  4. Saturday, December 17 – Super Saturday
  5. Friday, December 23 – Friday before Christmas

China

  1. Sunday, January 1 – New Year’s Day
  2. Saturday, December 31 – New Year’s Eve
  3. Saturday, October 22 – Fourth Saturday in October
  4. Saturday, November 12 – Saturday after Singles Day
  5. Sunday, December 25 –Christmas Day

Colombia

  1. Friday, December 23 – Friday before Christmas
  2. Sunday, December 18 – Sunday before Christmas
  3. Saturday, December 17 – Super Saturday
  4. Saturday, December 3 – First Saturday in December
  5. Thursday, December 22 – Thursday before Christmas

France

  1. Saturday, January 14 – First Saturday of les soldes d’hiver
  2. Saturday, November 26 – Saturday after Black Friday
  3. Saturday, December 10 – Second Saturday in December
  4. Saturday, December 17 – Super Saturday
  5. Saturday, January 21 –Second Saturday of les soldes d’hiver

Germany

  1. Saturday, November 26 – Saturday after Black Friday
  2. Saturday, December 10 – Second Saturday in December
  3. Saturday, December 17 – Super Saturday
  4. Saturday, December 3 – First Saturday in December
  5. Friday, December 23 – Friday before Christmas

Hong Kong SAR

  1. Saturday, December 24 – Christmas Eve
  2. Sunday, December 25 – Christmas Day
  3. Saturday, December 17 –Super Saturday
  4. Sunday, December 18 – Sunday before Christmas
  5. Monday, December 26 –Boxing Day

Italy

  1. Friday, January 6 – Epiphany
  2. Sunday, December 18 – Sunday before Christmas
  3. Sunday, January 8 – Sunday after Epiphany
  4. Sunday, November 27 – Sunday after Black Friday
  5. Sunday, December 11 – Second Sunday in December

Mexico

  1. Saturday, December 17 – Super Saturday
  2. Sunday, November 20 Sunday Before El Buen Fin (Obs.)
  3. Monday, November 21 – El Buen Fin
  4. Friday, December 23 – Friday before Christmas
  5. Saturday, November 19 – Saturday Before El Buen Fin (Obs.)

New Zealand

  1. Monday, December 26 – Boxing Day
  2. Friday, December 23 – Friday before Christmas
  3. Saturday, December 17 – Super Saturday
  4. Saturday, December 24 – Christmas Eve
  5. Wednesday, December 21 – Wednesday before Christmas

Singapore

  1. Sunday, December 25 – Christmas Day
  2. Saturday, December 17 – Super Saturday
  3. Saturday, December 10 – Second Saturday in December
  4. Sunday, January 1 – New Year’s Day
  5. Saturday, January 21 – Third Saturday in January

South Africa

  1. Friday, November 25 – Black Friday
  2. Saturday, November 26 – Saturday after Black Friday
  3. Friday, December 23 – Friday before Christmas
  4. Saturday, December 17 – Super Saturday
  5. Saturday, December 24 – Christmas Eve

South Korea

  1. Sunday, December 25 – Christmas Day
  2. Saturday, October 22 – Fourth Saturday in October
  3. Sunday, November 27 – Sunday after Black Friday
  4. Sunday, November 20 – Third Sunday in November
  5. Sunday, December 4 – First Sunday in December

Spain

  1. Saturday, January 7 – First Saturday of the year
  2. Monday, January 2 – First Monday of the year
  3. Tuesday, January 3 – First Tuesday of the year
  4. Wednesday, January 4 – First Wednesday of the year
  5. Saturday, November 26 – Saturday after Black Friday

United Kingdom/Ireland

  1. Friday, December 23 – Friday before Christmas
  2. Thursday, December 22 – Thursday before Christmas
  3. Saturday, December 17 – Super Saturday
  4. Saturday, December 10 –Second Saturday in December
  5. Saturday, December 3 – First Saturday in December

United States

  1. Friday, November 25 – Black Friday
  2. Friday, December 23 – Friday before Christmas
  3. Monday, December 26 – Day after Christmas, aka “Boxing Day”
  4. Saturday, December 17 – Super Saturday
  5. Saturday, November 26 – Saturday after Black Friday

Sensormatic Solutions and its intelligent operating platform for retail, Sensormatic IQ, can help retailers prepare for the upcoming holiday rush. The platform offers unmatched visibility into retailers’ operations by unifying diverse data streams to help drive improved shopper experiences and retail outcomes.

To learn about the top drivers of this holiday season’s busiest shopping days and how Sensormatic Solutions is supporting retailers’ needs, visit Sensormatic Solutions “APAC’s Busiest Year-End Shopping Days of 2022” report. For more Sensormatic Solutions holiday insights, use #SensormaticHolidays2022 to follow along on LinkedIn and Twitter.

About Johnson Controls

At Johnson Controls (NYSE:JCI), we transform the environments where people live, work, learn and play. As the global leader in smart, healthy and sustainable buildings, our mission is to reimagine the performance of buildings to serve people, places and the planet.

Building on a proud history of more than 135 years of innovation, we deliver the blueprint of the future for industries such as healthcare, schools, data centers, airports, stadiums, manufacturing and beyond through OpenBlue, our comprehensive digital offering. Today, with a global team of 100,000 experts in more than 150 countries, Johnson Controls offers the world`s largest portfolio of building technology and software as well as service solutions from some of the most trusted names in the industry. Visit www.johnsoncontrols.com for more information and follow @JohnsonControls on social platforms.

About Sensormatic Solutions

Sensormatic Solutions is the leading global retail solutions portfolio of Johnson Controls powering operational excellence at scale and enabling smart and connected shopper engagement. Our intelligent digital operating platform – Sensormatic IQ – combines the full Sensormatic Solutions portfolio, including third-party data to deliver unmatched insights into shopper experience, inventory intelligence, loss prevention and operational effectiveness with advanced technologies, like AI and Machine Learning. This enables retailers to act on prescriptive and predictive data-driven outcomes to confidently move into the future. Please visit Sensormatic Solutions or follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter, and our YouTube channel.

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