Netshoes Limited Reports First Quarter 2017 Results

Gross Merchandise Volume increased 20.6%, or 25.2% on an FX neutral basis, to R$531.2 million, compared to 1Q-2016

Margin improvements reflect operating leverage and expense control

SÃO PAULO--()--Netshoes (Cayman) Ltd. (NYSE:NETS) (“Netshoes”), Latin America’s leading online retailer for sports and lifestyle, today reported unaudited consolidated financial results for the three-month period ended March 31, 2017. The results are stated in Brazilian Reais (“R$”), prepared in accordance with International Accounting Standard 34, “Interim Financial Reporting”.

Marcio Kumruian, Founder and CEO of Netshoes, commented:

On behalf of Netshoes, I would like to take the opportunity to thank all those who supported our successful initial public offering (“IPO”). We are proud to be the first Brazilian-based Company to be single listed in the United States, which reinforces our position as a reference point in Latin American eCommerce.

In the first quarter, with more than a 20% increase in registered members to 19 million and a 17% increase in active customers compared to 1Q-2016, we continued to expand our audience base. We are also nurturing a digital ecosystem capable of delivering increasing and significant value to our customers and partners through strategic initiatives such as the relaunch of storied brand, Shoestock, the launch of popular private label brands, the expansion of Marketplace’s share within our total GMV, and continued investments to enhance infrastructure.

I am pleased with our performance, which reflects our commitment to growth while improving profitability. Strong GMV growth of 25.2% on an FX neutral basis compared to 1Q-2016, coupled with a focus on cost controls and increased operational leverage, is delivering improved operating margins. We are doing all of this while still delivering the best shopping experience to our customers as evidenced by the number one Net Promoter Score we recently received, as measured by IBOPE.

We are well positioned to execute our long-term plans and are investing today to drive sustainable growth. We remain committed to both creating the best shopping experience for our customers and to delivering long-term value to our investors.

1Q-2017 Operating and Financial Highlights

       
Change %
Operating Data   1Q-2016   1Q-2017   Change %   FX Neutral
Registered Members (in millions) 15.7 19.0 20.7% -
Active Customers (in millions) 4.8 5.6 17.4% -
Repeat Customers % 74.0% 75.7% +1.7p.p. -
Invoiced Orders (in millions) 2.1 2.5 20.7% -
Orders Placed from Mobile Device % 26.8% 38.9% +12.0p.p. -
Average Basket Size (in R$) 207.9 201.1 -3.3% 0.6%
GMV (in millions) 440.3 531.2 20.6% 25.2%
Marketplace GMV (as % of total GMV) - 5.3% - -
 
Financial Data (In R$ Millions)   1Q-2016   1Q-2017   Change %   Change %

FX Neutral

Net Sales 347.9 396.2 13.9% 18.1%
Net Sales - Brazil 303.3 355.5 17.2% -
Net Sales - International 44.5 40.7 -8.6% 23.8%
Gross Margin % 30.2% 32.8% +2.6p.p. -
EBITDA Margin % -12.3% 0.8% +13.0p.p. -

First Quarter 2017 Financial Highlights

  • Net sales were R$396.2 million in 1Q-2017, a 13.9% increase YoY (+18.1% on an FX neutral basis), which was primarily attributable to the growth of our Brazilian operation.
  • Our Brazilian operation’s net sales grew 17.2% YoY to R$355.5 million, while our International operation’s sales fell 8.6% on an as reported basis. The latter was significantly impacted by the devaluation of both the Argentine and Mexican peso over the Brazilian real. On an FX neutral basis, our International operation’s sales grew 23.8%.
  • Gross profit amounted to R$129.8 million, representing a 32.8% gross margin. Excluding a non-recurring R$10.1 million positive effect on cost of sales relative to VAT tax credits, gross profit would have been R$119.6 million, on a 30.2% gross margin, which is comparable to 1Q-2016.
  • Adjusted Selling and Marketing Expenses were R$100.7 million (25.4% of net sales), compared to R$102.3 million in 1Q-2016 (29.4% of net sales), a 4.0 p.p. margin improvement driven by a focus on higher efficiency in marketing investments, expense reduction and operating leverage.
  • Adjusted General and Administrative Expenses were R$24.4 million (6.1% of net sales), compared to R$41.1 million in 1Q-2016 (11.8% of net sales). During the quarter, a R$12.9 million non-recurring positive effect under personnel expenses related to adjustments in our stock option plan was recorded.1 Excluding this non-recurring effect, adjusted General and Administrative expenses for 1Q-2017 would have been R$37.3 million (9.4% of net sales), a 2.4 p.p. margin improvement over 1Q-2016, driven by cost reduction and operational leverage.
  • EBITDA was R$3.1 million compared to negative EBITDA of R$42.6 million in 1Q-2016. The 0.8% EBITDA margin in 1Q-2017 represented a 13.0 p.p. margin improvement over 1Q-2016. Excluding the above-mentioned non-recurring effects, EBITDA for 1Q-2017 would have been negative R$19.9 million, with a negative 5.0% EBITDA margin, a 7.2 p.p. margin improvement over 1Q-2016.
  • Both our Brazilian and International operations continue to report improved profitability. EBITDA for our Brazilian operation (“EBITDA Brazil”) amounted to R$12.9 million (3.6% EBITDA margin), a significant 13.1 p.p. margin improvement over 1Q-2016. EBITDA for our International operation (“EBITDA International”) amounted to negative R$8.8 million (negative 21.5% EBITIDA margin), a 4.1 pp. margin improvement over 1Q-2016.
  • Net Income was negative R$37.7 million (negative 9.5% net margin), compared to negative R$61.6 million Net Income in 1Q-2016 (negative 17.7% net margin), corresponding to an 8.2 p.p. margin improvement.
  • Net cash consumption from operating activities was R$78.5 million, reflecting the seasonal effect of traditionally low Q1. Q1 is historically the highest cash consumption quarter of the year.

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1 Based on our historical practice of repurchasing our shares from employees at fair market value upon separation pursuant to repurchase rights, the option grants were accounted for as “cash-settled awards” (stock appreciation rights) where the fair market value of the liability is re-measured at each reporting date. The positive adjustment in 1Q-2017 reflects the reduction in the value of this liability based on the IPO pricing range.

Business Highlights

  • Consolidated Gross Merchandise Volume (GMV) increased 20.6% YoY (+25.2% on an FX neutral basis) to R$531.2 million, mainly driven by an increase of 20.7% in the number of invoiced orders.
  • Total marketplace GMV was R$28.0 million and accounted for 5.3% of our total GMV, with a total vendor base comprised of 375 vendors, adding 53 qualified third-party B2C vendors in the quarter (+16.5% over 4Q-2016).
  • Consistent growth in customer metrics, with a 20.7% increase in registered members to 19.0 million, 17.4% growth in active customers to 5.6 million and a 1.7 pp. increase in invoiced orders from repeat customers to 75.7% in 1Q-2017.
  • Continued performance on mobile devices, with 38.9% of total orders placed from mobile devices, a 12.0 p.p. increase over 1Q-2016.
  • Zattini continues to be among the fastest growing fashion and beauty eCommerce sites in Brazil, with 98.2% net sales growth YoY from the addition of new products and revenues.
  • In March 2017, we successfully re-launched Shoestock, a 30-year-old shoe and accessories brand we acquired. Shoestock is a brand with solid customer awareness in the main retail markets in Brazil, and augments our private label portfolio in the fashion category. As a part of the Netshoes Group, Shoestock broadens its geographical reach and is now available nationwide to Brazilian consumers through our online stores (both on Zattini and Shoestock websites).
  • Offering a complete Omni-channel shopping experience for our customers in the city of São Paulo, we reopened a 1,000m² Shoestock store, which is fully integrated with our online operation providing significant cross-selling opportunities with our other fashion and beauty categories.
  • The Netshoes brand has the highest Net Promoter Score among the biggest retailers in Brazil as measured by IBOPE. Zattini holds third position in the same ranking after only two years of existence. We believe our high NPS score reflects our focus on delivering the best shopping experience to our customers.

Corporate Highlights

  • On February 22, 2017, we entered into a convertible note purchase agreement with certain of our shareholders in the amount of US$30.0 million. Pursuant to this agreement, on April 18, 2017 upon the closing of our IPO, the then outstanding principal and unpaid accrued interest of the convertible notes were automatically converted into 1,870,709 of our common shares.
  • Subsequent event: on April 18, 2017, we concluded our IPO, becoming the first Brazilian based Company to be single listed in the United States. Our common shares began trading on the NYSE on April 12, 2017 under the symbol “NETS”. The 100% primary transaction consisted of the offering of 8,250,000 common shares at a price of US$18.00 per common share, enhancing our cash position by US$138.8 million.
  • As of April 18, 2017, after giving effect to (i) the 1.0 for 3.0 share split, (ii) the conversion of the convertible notes into common shares and (iii) the offering of 8,250,000 common shares in the IPO, 31,025,936 common shares were outstanding.

1Q-2017 - Financial and Operating Performance

     
 
Consolidated P&L (In R$ Millions)   1Q-2016   1Q-2017   Change %
 
GMV ¹ 440.3 531.2 20.6%
(25.2 FX Neutral)
 
Net Sales - Brazil 303.3 355.5 17.2%
Net Sales - International 44.5 40.7 -8.6%
(23.8% FX Neutral)
 
Net Sales 347.9 396.2 13.9%
(18.1% FX Neutral)
 
Cost of Sales (242.8) (266.5) 9.7%
 
Gross Profit 105.0 129.8 23.5%
Gross Margin 30.2% 32.8% +2.6p.p.
 
Adjusted Selling and Marketing Expenses ² (102.3) (100.7) -1.6%
% of Sales -29.4% -25.4% -4.0p.p.
 
Adjusted General and Administrative Expenses ² (41.1) (24.4) -40.7%
% of Sales -11.8% -6.1% -5.7p.p.
 
Other Operating Expenses (1.7) (1.1) -34.3%
% of Sales -0.5% -0.3% -0.2p.p.
 
Certain Other Net Financial Result (2.6) (0.5) -79.9%
% of Sales -0.8% -0.1% -0.6p.p.
 
Adjusted Operating Expenses (147.6) (126.7) -14.2%
% of Sales -42.4% -32.0% -10.5p.p.
 
EBITDA (42.6) 3.1 107.2%
% of Sales -12.2% 0.8% +13.0p.p.
 
Amortization and Depreciation (6.9) (8.1) 16.8%
% of Sales -2.0% -2.0% +0.1p.p.
 
Net Adjusted Financial Result ³ (12.1) (32.7) 169.9%
% of Sales -3.5% -8.3% +4.8p.p.
 
Current Income Tax
 
Net Income/(Loss) (61.6) (37.7) 38.8%
% of Sales -17.7% -9.5% +8.2p.p.
 

(1) For a reconciliation of net sales to GMV, see page 10 below.

(2) For a reconciliation of Marketing and Selling expenses to Adjusted Marketing and Selling Expenses and
General and Administrative Expenses to Adjusted General and Administrative Expenses, see page 12 below.

(3) For a reconciliation of financial income (expense) to Net Adjusted Financial Result, see page 11 below.

Net Working Capital Cycle

   
 
In Days   1Q-2016   1Q-2017
Trade Accounts Receivable 36 25
Inventories 118 131
Trade Accounts Payable 77 106
Cash Conversion Cycle 77 50

In 1Q-2017, our net working capital cycle was reduced by 27 days to 50 days, compared to 77 days in 1Q-2016. This reduction is mainly attributable to the extension by 29 days of the average period we take to pay our suppliers as a result of strategic negotiations in 2016. Our trade accounts receivable cycle was reduced by 11 days due to (i) higher volume of factoring of trade accounts receivable along with (ii) reduction in the number of installments we offer customers who pay by credit card. This reduction was offset by an increase of 13 days in our inventory cycle mainly attributable to typical first quarter seasonality, alongside additional inventory build-up in advance of our B2B and Shoestock operations ramp up.

Indebtedness

Debt  

 

 

 

(In R$ Millions)  

1Q-2016

 

1Q-2017

Working Capital 164.3 277.7
Short-term 71.5 71.6
Long-term 92.9 206.1
 
Convertible Notes - 84.9
Short-term -
Long-term 84.9
 
Debenture 150.4 112.8
Short-term 38.8 38.4
Long-term 111.5 74.3
 
Other 2.1 1.2
Short-term 0.9 0.9
Long-term 1.2 0.3
 
TOTAL DEBT (R$) 316.8 476.5
Short-term (%) 35% 23%
Long-term (%) 65% 77%
 
(-) Cash and Cash Equivalents (98.8) (84.6)
 
NET DEBT (R$) 218.0 392.0

Total debt in 1Q-2017 amounted to R$476.5 million (of which 23% was short-term debt), comprised of R$277.7 million of working capital credit lines, R$84.9 million of convertible notes (converted into equity on April 18, 2017 after the closing of our IPO), R$112.8 million of debentures and R$1.2 million of other credit lines. Giving effect to the conversion of the convertible notes into equity, our total debt would be R$391.6 million. Giving effect to the convertible notes and the receipt of net proceeds from the IPO (an amount of R$439.9 million, using the Brazilian Central Bank offer exchange rate published on March 31, 2017), net debt would turn into net cash of R$132.8 million, significantly improving our debt profile and liquidity.

The R$159.7 million increase in total debt since 1Q-2016 is mainly attributable to (i) entering into a R$60.0 million working capital facility agreement with Banco Bradesco S.A. in Q4-2016, and (ii) the issuance of convertible notes.

Cash Flow

   
 
Consolidated Cash Flow Statement (In R$ Millions)   1Q-2016   1Q-2017
 
Net loss (61.6) (37.7)
Depreciation and amortization 6.9 8.1
Interest expense, net 23.5 34.5
Share-based payment 1.5 (11.8)
Others 5.4 7.5
Adjusted Net Loss (24.4) 0.6
 
Trade accounts receivable 99.3 66.9
Inventories (20.6) (39.0)
Trade accounts payable / Reverse Factoring (74.2) (48.4)
Changes in Working Capital 4.6 (20.5)
 
Restricted Cash (5.2) 3.3
Recoverable taxes (15.3) (15.6)
Judicial deposits (8.9) (10.8)
Accrued expenses (20.6) (37.8)
Taxes and contributions payable 1.6 (8.0)
Others (10.2) 10.3
Total Changes in Assets and Liabilities (58.5) (58.7)
Net Cash Provided by (Used In) Operating Activities (78.4) (78.5)
 
Capex (27.4) (13.1)
Interest received on installment sales + Others 9.1 10.9
Net Cash Provided by (Used in) Investing Activities (18.3) (2.3)
 
Proceeds / Payment of debt (16.9) 97.9
Payments of interest (33.2) (44.1)
Net Cash Provided by (Used in) Financing Activities (50.1) 53.8
 
Effect of exchange rate changes on cash and cash equivalents (3.5) 0.3
 
Change in Cash and Cash Equivalents (150.3) (26.7)
 
Cash and cash equivalents, beginning of period 249.1 111.3
Cash and cash equivalents, end of period 98.8 84.6

Change in cash and cash equivalents amounted to negative R$ 26.7 million in 1Q-2017, compared to negative R$150.3 million in 1Q-2016.

In 1Q-2017, we recorded R$78.5 million in net cash used in operating activities, compared to R$78.4 million used in 1Q-2016. Along with the strong business seasonality in every fourth quarter (as a result of Black November and December seasonal sales), in first quarters our cash flow requirements increase as a result of the maturity of the payment terms with our suppliers for (i) inventory acquired in advance of the peak selling season combined with a decrease in sales volume that typically follows the holiday season and (ii) accrued expenses (mainly related to Black November marketing campaign expenses).

Capex for the period amounted to R$13.1 million, which was invested mainly in information technology (development of software) and in the re-launch of Shoestock.

Net cash provided by financing activities amounted to R$53.8 million, mainly attributable to the issuance of US$30.0 million of convertible notes, as described above, net of a payment of R$62.0 million of debt and interest due in 1Q-2017.

Webcast and Conference Call Information

A conference call will be held today with live webcast at 5:00 pm (Eastern Time).

Investors and participants can access the call by dialing 1-877-883-0383 in the U.S. and 1-412-902-6506 internationally. The passcode for the conference line is 6240741. An archived webcast will be available on our IR website. For more information visit: http://investor.netshoes.com.

About Netshoes

Founded in 2000, we are the leading sports and lifestyle online retailer in Latin America and one of the largest online retailers in the region, with operations in Brazil, Argentina, and Mexico. Through the websites Netshoes, Zattini and Shoestock, as well as through partner-branded store sites we manage, we offer customers a wide selection of products and services for sports, fashion and beauty.

Core to our success has been a relentless focus on delivering a superior experience to our clients. As one of the first companies in Latin America to provide online retail offerings, we benefit from our early mover advantage, which has allowed us to capture what we believe is a significant market share and achieve a leadership position in a large and expanding addressable market. For more information, visit: http://investor.netshoes.com

Forward-Looking Statements

This announcement, prepared by Netshoes (Cayman) Limited (the “Company”), contains “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1993, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange of 1934, as amended. Statements contained herein that are not clearly historical in nature, including statements about the Company’s strategies and business plans, are forward-looking, and the words “anticipate,” “believe,” “continues,” “expect,” “estimate,” “intend,” ”strategy,” “project” and similar expressions and future or conditional verbs such as “will,” “would,” “should,” “could,” “might,” “can,” “may,” or similar expressions are generally intended to identify forward-looking statements. The Company may also make forward-looking statements in its periodic reports filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”), in press releases and other written materials and in oral statements made by its officers and directors. These forward-looking statements speak only as of the date they are made and are based on the Company’s current plans and expectations and are subject to a number of known and unknown uncertainties and risks, many of which are beyond the Company’s control. A number of factors could cause actual results to differ materially from those contained in any forward-looking statement, including but not limited to the following: Company’s goals and strategies; Company’s future business development; Company’s ability to maintain sufficient working capital, the continued growth of eCommerce in Latin America, the Company’s ability to predict and react to changes in consumer demand or shopping patterns, Company’s ability to retain or increase engagement of consumers, Company’s ability to maintain or grow its net sales or business, general economic and political conditions in the countries where it operates. Further information regarding these and other risks is included in the Company’s filings with the SEC. As a consequence, current plans, anticipated actions and future financial position and results of operations may differ significantly from those expressed in any forward-looking statements in this announcement. You are cautioned not to unduly rely on such forward-looking statements when evaluating the information presented as there is no guarantee that expected events, trends or results will actually occur. We undertake no obligation to update any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information or future events or for any other reason.

This announcement may also contain estimates and other information concerning our industry that are based on industry publications, surveys and forecasts. This information involves a number of assumptions and limitations, and we have not independently verified the accuracy or completeness of the information.

Non-IFRS Financial Measures

We present non-IFRS measures when we believe that the additional information is useful and meaningful to investors. Non-IFRS financial measures do not have any standardized meaning and are therefore unlikely to be comparable to similar measures presented by other companies. The presentation of non-IFRS financial measures is not intended to be a substitute for, and should not be considered in isolation from, the financial measures reported in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (“IFRS”), as issued by the International Accounting Standards Board.

This announcement includes unaudited non-IFRS financial measures, including GMV, Adjusted Selling and Marketing Expenses, Adjusted General and Administrative Expenses, Net Adjusted Financial Result, Certain Other Net Financial Result, Adjusted Operating Expenses, EBITDA, EBITDA Margin, EBITDA Brazil and EBITDA International.

(1): “GMV” is defined as the sum of net sales, returns, GMV from marketplace and net sales taxes, less marketplace and NCard activation commission fees;

(2) “Adjusted Selling and Marketing Expenses” is defined as selling and marketing expenses less amortization and depreciation expenses;

(3) “Adjusted General and Administrative Expenses” is defined as general and administrative expenses less amortization and depreciation expenses;

(4) “Net Adjusted Financial Result” is defined as the sum of financial income and financial expenses less “Certain Other Net Financial Result“;

(5) “Certain Other Net Financial Result” is defined as the sum of foreign exchange gains/losses, derivative financial instruments gains/losses, bank charges and other financial income/expenses;

(6) “Adjusted Operating Expenses” is defined as operating expenses (selling and marketing, general and administrative and other operating expenses) less amortization and depreciation expenses, plus “Certain Other Net Financial Result”;

(7) “EBITDA” is defined as net income/loss, plus net adjusted financial result, plus income tax, plus depreciation and amortization expenses;

(8) “EBITDA Brazil” is defined as net income/loss, plus net adjusted financial result, plus income tax, plus depreciation and amortization expenses;

(9) “EBITDA International” is defined as net income/loss, plus net adjusted financial result, plus income tax, plus depreciation and amortization expenses;

(10) “EBITDA Margin” is defined as EBITDA divided by net sales for the relevant period, expressed as a percentage.

The following table shows the reconciliation for GMV, as described above:

GMV – Reconciliation   1Q-2016   1Q-2017
(In R$ Million)        
 
Net sales 347.9 396.2
Add (subtract):
Sales taxes, net 63.9 70.0
Returns 28.1 42.2
Marketplace commission fees (0.1) (5.0)
NCard activation commission fees   -   (0.2)
Sub-Total:   439.8   503.2
 
GMV from marketplace 0.5 28.0
         
GMV   440.3   531.2

The following table shows the reconciliation for Net Adjusted Financial Result and Certain Other Net Financial Result as described above:

Adjusted Net Financial Result – Reconciliation  

 

 

 

(In R$ Millions)  

1Q-2016

 

1Q-2017

 
Financial Income 7.8 5.0
Financial Expenses   (22.5)   (38.3)
Net Financial Result (1)   (14.7)   (33.2)
Subtract Certain Other Net Financial Result:
Certain Other Financial Income:
Foreign exchange gain - (0.4)
Derivative financial instruments gain - (0.7)
Other Financial Income (0.2) (0.0)
Certain Other Financial Expenses:
Foreign exchange loss 0.1 -
Derivative financial instruments loss - -
Bank charges 1.8 1.6
Other Financial Expenses   0.9   0.1
Net Adjusted Financial Result   (12.1)   (32.7)

1) Net Financial Result: consists of Interest income/expenses, Imputed interest on installment sales, Imputed interest on credit purchases, Debt issuance costs, Foreign exchange gains/loss, Derivative financial instruments gains/loss, Bank charges and Other financial income/expenses.

The following table shows the reconciliation for EBITDA, EBITDA Margin, EBITDA Brazil and EBITDA International as described above:

Consolidated EBITDA – Reconciliation

(In R$ Million)

1Q-2016 1Q-2017
 
Net loss (61.6) (37.7)
 
Add (subtract):
Net Adjusted Financial Result 12.1 32.7
Income tax expense - -
Amortization and Depreciation 6.9 8.1
EBITDA (42.6) 3.1
Net Sales 347.9 396.2
EBITDA Margin % -12.2% 0.8%
EBITDA Brazil - Reconciliation  

 

 

 

(In R$ Million)  

1Q-2016

 

1Q-2017

 
Net loss (44.9) (23.5)
Add (subtract):
Net Adjusted Financial Result 10.0 29.2
Income tax expense - -
Amortization and Depreciation   6.3   7.2
EBITDA Brazil   (28.6)   12.9
Net Sales   303.3   355.5
EBITDA Brazil Margin %   -9.4%   3.6%
 
EBITDA International - Reconciliation

 

 

(In R$ Million)  

1Q-2016

1Q-2017

 
Net loss (13.9) (11.0)
Add (subtract):
Net Adjusted Financial Result 2.2 2.0
Income tax expense - -
Amortization and Depreciation   0.3   0.3
EBITDA International   (11.4)   (8.8)
Net Sales   44.5   40.7
EBITDA International Margin %   -25.6%   -21.5%

The following table shows the reconciliation for Adjusted Operating Expenses, as described above:

Adjusted Operating Expenses – Reconciliation  

 

 

 

(In R$ Million)  

1Q-2016

 

1Q-2017

 
Selling and Marketing Expenses (103.9) (101.5)
Add (subtract):
Amortization and Depreciation 1.6 0.8
Adjusted Selling and Marketing Expenses (102.3) (100.7)
 
General and Administrative Expenses (46.3) (31.6)
Add (subtract):
Amortization and Depreciation 5.3 7.3
Adjusted General and Administrative Expenses (41.1) (24.4)
 
Other Operating Expenses (1.7) (1.1)
 
Certain Other Net Financial Result (2.6) (0.5)
         
Adjusted Operating Expenses   (147.6)   (126.7)

Certain Definitions:

Registered members
Mean the sum of all people that have completed the registration form in all our websites.

Active customers
Mean customers who made purchases online with us during the preceding twelve months as of the relevant dates.

Repeat customers
Mean the sum of orders placed by customers who have previously purchased from us during the preceding twelve months as of the relevant dates.

Invoiced orders
Mean the total number of orders invoiced to active customers during the relevant period (online and offline sales)

Orders placed from mobile devices
Mean the sum of total orders placed by active customers through our mobile site and applications as a percentage of total orders placed by active customers for the relevant period.

Average basket size
Mean the sum of invoiced order value in connection with a product sale (online and offline), including shipping fees and taxes, divided by the number of total invoiced orders for the relevant period. Excludes B2B and NCard operations.

Gross merchandise volume (“GMV”)
Mean the sum of net sales, returns, GMV from marketplace and net sales taxes. Excludes marketplace and NCard activation commission fees.

Net Working Capital Cycle
Mean the sum of the balances of (a) Trade accounts receivable and (b) Inventories, less (c) the balance of Trade accounts payable, plus the balance of (d) Reverse factoring.

Partner-branded stores
Mean all partner-branded online stores that we manage.

Foreign Exchange Neutral (“FX Neutral”)
Growth rate shown on constant local currency basis, aiming to demonstrate what the results would have been had exchange rates in Mexico and Argentina remained constant during the period comparison.

NETSHOES (CAYMAN) LIMITED AND SUBSIDIARIES
Unaudited Condensed Consolidated Statements of Financial Position
December 31, 2016 and March 31, 2017
(Reais and Dollars in thousands)
   

December 31,

March 31,

Assets 2016 2017 2017
Current assets: R$ R$ US$
Cash and cash equivalents 111,304 84,563 26,689
Restricted cash 21,946 18,658 5,889
Trade accounts receivables, net 213,994 142,602 45,007
Inventories, net 352,011 391,188 123,466
Recoverable taxes 66,329 55,036 17,370
Other current assets 59,127   53,429   16,862
Total current assets 824,711   745,476   235,283
 
Non-current assets:
Restricted cash 21,254 20,400 6,439
Judicial deposits 71,817 82,626 26,078
Recoverable taxes 33,178 60,523 19,102
Other assets 950 950 300
Due from related parties 17 18 6
Property and equipment, net 74,202 74,327 23,459
Intangible assets, net 87,593   92,078   29,061
Total non-current assets 289,011   330,922   104,445
 
Total Assets 1,113,722   1,076,398   339,728
     
December 31,   March 31,
Liabilities and Shareholders' Equity 2016   2017   2017
R$ R$ US$
Current liabilities:
Trade accounts payable 335,430 297,577 93,920
Reverse factoring 27,867 18,013 5,685
Current portion of long-term debt 75,956 110,885 34,997
Derivative financial liabilities 186 28 9
Taxes and contributions payable 15,249 7,302 2,305
Deferred revenue 6,628 6,628 2,092
Accrued expenses 122,048 84,185 26,570
Other current liabilities 33,331   39,839   12,574
Total current liabilities 616,695   564,457   178,152
 
Non-current liabilities:
Long-term debt, net of current portion 311,426 365,629 115,398
Derivative financial liabilities - 11,018 3,477
Provision for labor, civil and tax risks 5,177 6,641 2,096
Share-based payment 30,139 17,367 5,481
Deferred revenue 26,247 25,613 8,084
Other non-current liabilities 13   13   4
Total non-current liabilities 373,002   426,281   134,540
Total liabilities 989,697   990,738   312,692
 
Shareholders' equity:
Share capital 141 141 45
Additional paid-in capital 821,988 821,988 259,433
Treasury shares (1,533) (1,533) (484)
Capital reserves - 942 297
Accumulated other comprehensive loss (19,577) (21,121) (6,666)
Accumulated losses (677,379)   (714,887)   (225,630)
Equity attributable to owners of the parent 123,640   85,530   26,995
Equity attributable to non-controlling interests 385   130   41
Total shareholders' equity 124,025 85,660 27,036
 
Total liabilities and shareholders' equity 1,113,722   1,076,398   339,728
NETSHOES (CAYMAN) LIMITED AND SUBSIDIARIES
Unaudited Condensed Consolidated Statements of Profit or Loss
For the three-months ended March 31, 2016 and 2017
(Reais and Dollars in thousands, except loss per share)
 
  2016   2017   2017
R$   R$   USD
Net Sales 347,863 396,228 125,056
Cost of sales (242,820)   (266,462)   (84,100)
Gross Profit 105,043   129,766   40,956
 
Operating expenses:
Selling and marketing expenses (103,940) (101,526) (32,043)
General and administrative expenses (46,336) (31,627) (9,982)
Other operating expenses, net (1,663)   (1,092)   (345)
Total operating expenses (151,939)   (134,245)   (42,370)
Operating loss (46,896)   (4,479)   (1,414)
 
Financial income 7,754 5,029 1,587
Financial expenses (22,494)   (38,267)   (12,078)
Loss before income tax (61,636)   (37,717)   (11,905)
 
Income tax expense -   -   -
Net Loss (61,636)   (37,717)   (11,905)
 
Net loss attributable to:
Owners of the Parent (61,194) (37,508) (11,838)
Non-controlling interests (442) (209) (66)
 
Loss per share attributable to owners of the Parent
Basic and diluted (2.92)   (1.79)   (0.57)
NETSHOES (CAYMAN) LIMITED AND SUBSIDIARIES
Unaudited Condensed Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows
For the three-months ended March 31, 2016 and 2017
(Reais and Dollars in thousands)
     
2016   2017   2017
R$ R$ US$
Cash flows from operating activities:
Net loss (61,636) (37,717) (11,905)
Adjustments to reconcile net loss to net cash used in operating activities:
Allowance for doubtful accounts 1,479 4,561 1,439
Depreciation and amortization 6,895 8,091 2,554
Loss on disposal of property and equipment, and intangible assets 186 170 54
Share-based payment 1,458 (11,829) (3,734)
Provision for contingent liabilities 2,321 1,882 594
Interest expense, net 23,479 34,545 10,903
Provision for inventory losses 1,397 704 222
Other - 179 57
Changes in operating assets and liabilities:
(Increase) decrease in:
Restricted cash (5,201) 3,287 1,038
Derivative financial instruments 148 - -
Trade accounts receivable 99,331 66,907 21,117
Inventories (20,562) (38,952) (12,294)
Recoverable taxes (15,251) (15,610) (4,927)
Judicial deposits (8,928) (10,808) (3,411)
Other assets (3,970) 6,125 1,933
Increase (decrease) in:
Derivative financial instruments 2,203 (158) (50)
Trade accounts payable (59,203) (38,556) (12,169)
Reverse factoring (15,013) (9,854) (3,110)
Taxes and contributions payable 1,640 (7,992) (2,522)
Deferred revenue (375) (633) (200)
Accrued expenses (20,563) (37,835) (11,941)
Share-based payment (3,282) (943) (298)
Other liabilities (4,908)   5,912   1,866
Net cash provided by (used in) operating activities (78,356) (78,525) (24,784)
Cash flows from investing activities:
Purchase of property and equipment (11,107) (2,164) (683)
Purchase of intangible assets (16,293) (10,960) (3,459)
Interest received on installment sales 9,790 10,018 3,162
Restricted cash (719)   855   270
Net cash provided by (used in) investing activities (18,329) (2,251) (711)
Cash flows from financing activities:
Proceeds from debt 4,515 115,764 36,537
Payments of debt (21,382) (17,902) (5,650)
Payments of interest (33,221)   (44,076)   (13,911)
Net cash provided by (used in) financing activities (50,089) 53,786 16,976
Effect of exchange rate changes on cash and cash equivalents (3,492) 250 79
 
Change in cash and cash equivalents (150,266) (26,740) (8,440)
Cash and cash equivalents, beginning of period 249,064 111,304 35,129
Cash and cash equivalents, end of period 98,798   84,563   26,690

Contacts

Netshoes (Cayman) Ltd.
Investor Relations Contact
Otavio Lyra, +55 11 3028-3528
Investor Relations Officer
Email: ir@netshoes.com
http://investor.netshoes.com

Release Summary

Netshoes Limited Reports First Quarter 2017 Results

Contacts

Netshoes (Cayman) Ltd.
Investor Relations Contact
Otavio Lyra, +55 11 3028-3528
Investor Relations Officer
Email: ir@netshoes.com
http://investor.netshoes.com