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Netshoes Limited Announces First Quarter 2018 Results

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Netshoes (Cayman) Ltd. (NETS) (“Netshoes”), Latin America’s leading online retailer of sporting and lifestyle goods, today reported unaudited consolidated financial results for the three-month period ended March 31, 2018. The results are stated in Brazilian Reais (“R$”) and prepared in accordance with International Accounting Standard 34, “Interim Financial Reporting”.

First Quarter 2018 Key Highlights

  • Registered members up 21%, reaching 23 million members
  • Active customers up 20%, reaching 7 million
  • Invoiced orders up 13% to 2.8 million orders, of which 78% were from repeat customers
  • Orders placed from mobile devices up 52%, accounting for 53% of total transactions
  • Total consolidated GMV increased 5%
  • Total B2C GMV increased 10%
  • Marketplace GMV accounted for 12% of total GMV, up 2 percentage points (p.p.) sequentially and 6 p.p. over 1Q-2017
  • Consolidated net sales up 0.8%
  • Adjusted EBITDA was negative R$29 million and net loss was R$60 million

Operating and Financial Metrics Highlights

          Change %
Operating Data   1Q-2017   1Q-2018   YoY  

YoY FX
Neutral

Registered Members (in thousands) 19,011 23,068 21.3%  
Active Customers (in thousands) 5,642 6,760 19.8%
Invoiced Orders by Repeat Customers % 75.7% 78.4% +2.7p.p.
Invoiced Orders (in thousands) 2,496 2,816 12.8%
Orders Placed from Mobile Device % 39.8% 52.5% +13.6p.p.
Average Basket Size (in R$) 201.1 195.7 -2.7% -1.7%
GMV (in millions) 531.2 558.6 5.2% 6.2%
GMV - B2C (in millions) 502.0 551.1 9.8% 10.9%
Marketplace GMV (as % of total GMV)   5.3%   11.5%   +6.2p.p.    
Change %
Financial Data (In R$ Millions)   1Q-2017   1Q-2018   YoY  

YoY FX
Neutral

Net Sales 396.2 399.3 0.8% 1.9%
Net Sales – Brazil 355.5 360.4 1.4%
Net Sales – International 40.7 38.9 -4.4% 7.0%
Net Sales - B2C 380.6 393.1 3.3% 4.5%
Gross Margin % 32.8% 30.2% -2.5p.p.
ADJUSTED EBITDA Margin %   0.9%   -7.3%   -8.2p.p.    
 

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

Message from the Founder and CEO, Marcio Kumruian:

As previously discussed, in 2018 we will pursue a more moderate growth strategy in our B2C online operation as we prioritize short-term profitability and are still seeing a challenging consumption environment in Brazil which has not yet caught up with a slowly improving macroeconomic climate.

In turn, our B2C online operation grew 10% in 1Q-2018 and we continued the transition to a more profitable mix of sales (GMV). We continue to focus on the development of a high-quality marketplace operation, more than doubling the number of vendors year-over-year, and expanding the assortment of our private label brands in Brazil. A combination of these operations now represents a 25% share of Brazil’s GMV (22% of consolidated GMV) demonstrating the success of our shift in mix strategy to date. Additionally, the increased contribution from higher margin sales continues to more than offset the negative pressure from an unfavorable taxation environment in our core market.

Although the B2B operation still weighed on the Company’s consolidated results in 1Q-2018, we did not record any further charges related to returns or provisions. Also, sales gained traction in recent months as our biggest clients are starting to gradually increase volumes indicating our turn-around strategy is on track for this business.

With respect to our financial operations, we have chosen to take a more conservative approach to the factoring arrangements financing our working capital to more efficiently manage financial expenses. As a result, we recorded a R$170 million use of operating cash. This was an isolated event directly related to the transitory shift in financing strategy. This action also partially explains the Company’s R$18.9 million reduction in interest expense in 1Q-2018 compared to 1Q-2017 together with lower interest rates in Brazil and our lower average debt balance.

We continue to expect improved financial performance as we harvest the benefits of a more agile integrated IT platform, fully implemented since February 2018, and take more aggressive actions on bringing our B2B and international operations back on track to achieving profitability. The development and implementation of this leading edge proprietary technology took us two years of investments of financial and human resources. We expect an extensive contribution to both the customer experience and our ability to more accurately manage the business with a significant increase in trackable metrics. More importantly, we now have the most relevant part of our talented IT team focused on developing new features to increase the efficiency and expanding our ecosystem.

With a focus on reaching near term EBITDA profitability and sustainable long term growth, we continue to make progress against our strategic initiatives. Our team is committed to growing and building this company and I am confident we have the right team in place to do so.

Overview of First Quarter 2018 Results

      Change %
Consolidated P&L (In R$ Millions)  

1Q-
2017

 

1Q-
2018

  YoY  

FX
Neutral

 
GMV¹ 531.2 558.6 5.2 % 6.2 %
 
Net Sales - Brazil 355.5 360.4 1.4 %
Net Sales - International   40.7   38.9   (4.4)%   7.0 %
Net Sales   396.2   399.3   0.8 %   1.9 %
Cost of Sales   (266.5)   (278.7)   4.6 %    
Gross Profit   129.8   120.6   (7.1)%    
% Gross Margin 32.8 % 30.2 % -2.5p.p.
Operating Expenses, net of D&A expenses (126.2) (149.5) 18.5 %
% of Sales (31.8)% (37.5)% 5.6p.p.
Selling and Marketing Expenses, net of D&A expenses (100.7) (108.9) 8.1 %
% of Sales (25.4)% (27.3)% 1.9p.p.
General and Administrative Expenses, net of D&A expenses (24.4) (39.5) 62.3 %
% of Sales (6.1)% (9.9)% 3.8p.p.
Other Operating Expenses (1.1) (1.1) 2.3 %
% of Sales   (0.3)%   (0.3)%   0.0p.p.    
ADJUSTED EBITDA2   3.6   (29.0)   (901.7)%    
% of Sales 0.9 % (7.3)% -8.2p.p.
Certain Other Net Financial Result 3 (0.5) (2.3) 335.7 %
% of Sales   (0.1)%   (0.6)%   0.4p.p.    
EBITDA2   3.1   (31.3)   (1113.2)%    
% of Sales 0.8 % (7.8)% -8.6p.p.
Depreciation and Amortization (8.1) (15.9) 96.4 %
% of Sales (2.0)% (4.0)% 1.9p.p.
Net Adjusted Financial Result 3 (32.7) (13.2) (59.7)%
% of Sales   (8.3)%   (3.3)%   -5.0p.p.    
Loss Before Income Tax   (37.7)   (60.3)   (60.0)%    
% of Sales (9.5)% (15.1)% -5.6p.p.
Current Income Tax   -   -        
Net Loss   (37.7)   (60.3)   (60.0)%    
% of Sales (9.5)% (15.1)% -5.6p.p.
(1)   For a reconciliation of net sales to GMV, see page 10 below.
(2) For a reconciliation of EBITDA and Adjusted EBITDA, please see page 11 below.
(3) For a reconciliation of financial income/expense to Certain Other Net Financial Result and Net Adjusted Financial Result, see page 10 below.

Operating Metrics

The Company’s business is organized into two segments: (1) Brazil, which consists of the B2C ecommerce operations of Netshoes (sporting goods) and Zattini (fashion), and the business-to-business (B2B) operation mainly comprised of supplements sales; and (2) International, which includes Argentina and Mexico B2C ecommerce operations.

Registered members increased 21.3% year-over-year to 23 million in 1Q-2018, while active customers increased 19.8% year-over-year to 6.8 million.

In 1Q-2018, invoiced orders reached 2.8 million, an increase of 12.8% over 1Q-2017. 78.4% of invoiced orders came from repeat customers, which reflects the Company’s rigorous focus on customer satisfaction.

The Company continued migration of consumer purchasing habits to mobile devices, with 52.5% of total orders placed from mobile devices in 1Q-2018, a 13.6 p.p. increase over 1Q-2017.

Total consolidated GMV in 1Q-2018 increased 5.2% year-over-year to R$558.6 million, mainly driven by the 12.8% year-over-year increase in the number of invoiced orders, partially offset by a 2.7% decrease in average basket size and by the lower B2B sales.

GMV from the B2C operation grew 10.9% year-over-year (on an FX neutral basis) in 1Q-2018. GMV for Netshoes Brazil rose 9.0% year-over-year and Zattini’s GMV increased 29.1% year-over-year.

Marketplace GMV (Netshoes & Zattini in Brazil) amounted to R$64.3 million, reaching 11.5% of consolidated GMV (12.7% of GMV Brazil), an increase of 129.7% or 6.2 p.p. year-over-year. As of March 31, 2018, the Company’s total qualified vendor base was comprised of 818 qualified third-party B2C vendors, an increase of 118.1% year-over-year and an increase of 11.6% over 4Q-2017.

The Company’s private label collection brands and licensing products continue to grow as a proportion of our GMV, reflecting increased sales of the existing portfolio and new licensed products. Sales of products in these categories in 1Q-2018 represented 10.7% of consolidated GMV (11.8% of GMV in Brazil) representing a 1.1 p.p. increase year-over-year and positively contributing to gross margin due to its higher category margin.

Management sees an exciting opportunity to further develop the relevance of Marketplace for Netshoes and Zattini as well as the assortment of private label products as it further evaluates its potential in fashion in 2018.

GMV for the B2B operation amounted to R$7.5 million in 1Q-2018 (1.3% of total Consolidated GMV), a 74.5% decrease from the same period last year as a result of a more conservative sales strategy to build a sustainable off-line distribution network for supplements.

Revenue

Consolidated net sales were R$399.3 million in 1Q-2018, an 0.8% increase year-over-year (+1.9% on an FX neutral basis) and up 4.5% year-over-year on the B2C operation, on an FX neutral basis. This level of growth reflects the Company’s 2018 strategy to prioritize short-term profitability in Brazil and International markets. In 1Q-2018, B2B net sales were 60.2% lower year-over-year.

Net sales for Brazil increased 1.4% year-over-year to R$360.4 million (+4.2% year-over-year for the B2C operation).

Reported net sales for the International operation in 1Q-2018 was R$38.9 million, a 4.4% decrease year-over-year on an as reported basis and up 7.0% year-over-year on an FX neutral basis, mainly supported by growth in Argentina.

Gross Profit

Gross profit in 1Q-2018 was R$120.6 million and represented a 7.1% decrease from 1Q-2017 which included a positive R$10.1 million effect related to VAT tax credits1. In addition, the B2B operation negatively impacted gross profit by R$1.4 million in 1Q-2018 compared to a positive impact of R$3.6 million in 1Q-2017, a R$5.1 million negative impact in the year-over-year comparison.

The gross margin for 1Q-2018 was 30.2%, 2.5 p.p. lower than the 32.8% gross margin in 1Q-2017 and 0.9 p.p. higher than 4Q-2017.

During the quarter, unfavorable changes in the e-commerce taxation regime in Brazil (in place since 2016) and lower B2B margins (due to the ongoing corrective actions) were more than offset by the continuing higher mix of sales derived from marketplace and private label products, amongst other initiatives to maximize product margin.

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1 During the first quarter of 2017, the Company reviewed and changed ICMS tax positions taken on past transactions and recorded ICMS tax credits as a reduction of the cost of product sales.

Operating Expenses

Operating expenses, net of depreciation and amortization, were R$149.5 million in 1Q-2018, 18.5% higher than 1Q-2017. As a percentage of net sales, operating expenses were 37.5%, compared to 31.8% in 1Q-2017 and were mainly explained by:

Selling and marketing expenses, net of depreciation and amortization, increased 8.1% year-over-year in 1Q-2018 to R$108.9 million, representing 27.3% of net sales versus 25.4% of net sales in 1Q-2017. This increase was mainly attributed to (i) higher marketing investments for the accelerated growth of the marketplace operation, (ii) the new branding campaign, and (iii) an increase in sales commissions expenses related to the higher mix of sales from partner branded stores.

General and administrative expenses, net of depreciation and amortization, were R$39.5 million in 1Q-2018, 62.3% higher in comparison to 1Q-2017, representing 9.9% of net sales, versus 6.1% of net sales in 1Q-2017. The increase was mainly attributable to a positive R$12.9 million effect recorded in 1Q-2017 related to the remeasurement of the Company’s stock option plan.

Adjusted EBITDA & Net Loss

Consolidated Adjusted EBITDA loss was R$29.0 million in 1Q-2018 (-7.3% Adj. EBITDA margin) compared to positive R$3.6 million in 1Q-2017 (0.9% Adj. EBITDA margin). 1Q-2017 Adjusted EBITDA was positively affected by the above mentioned effects totaling R$23.0 million in the Brazilian operation.

Adjusted EBITDA loss for the Brazilian operation in 1Q-2018 was R$18.3 million (-5.1% Adj. EBITDA margin), including R$5.0 million negative impact from the B2B operation. This compares to positive R$14.0 million Adjusted EBITDA (3.9% Adj. EBITDA margin) in 1Q-2017, including R$3.6 million positive contribution from the B2B operation and the already mentioned positive effects amounting to R$23.0 million.

Adjusted EBITDA loss for the International operations in 1Q-2018 was R$7.1 million, a R$1.5 million increase (+2.9 p.p. in Adj. EBITDA margin) when compared to 1Q-2017. Both Mexico and Argentina operations improved year over year.

Consolidated net loss was R$60.3 million in 1Q-2018, with negative 15.1% net margin, compared to net loss of R$37.7 million and negative 9.5% net margin in 1Q-2017 that included R$23.0 million positive effect related to the remeasurement of the Company’s stock option plan and ICMS tax (VAT tax) credits on past transactions. During 1Q-2018 the Company reduced interest expense by R$18.9 million compared to 1Q-2017, due to a lower volume of financial factoring arrangements and lower interest rates and average debt balance.

Balance Sheet and Cash Flow

Cash and cash equivalent at March 31, 2018 were R$60.7 million, compared to R$84.6 million at March 31, 2017.

In 1Q-2018, the Company consumed R$260.5 million in net cash flow from operating activities versus R$78.5 million consumed in 1Q-2017, mainly related to a more conservative use of factoring arrangements to more efficiently manage interest payments, negatively impacting operating cash flow by R$169.8 million in 1Q-2018, compared to a positive impact on cash flow of R$5.6 million in 1Q-2017.

Cash used in investing activities amounted to R$28.6 million in 1Q-2018, of which R$27.3 million was capex, mainly related to the development of the Company’s Information Technology infrastructure and regular maintenance capex of the Company’s distribution centers.

Cash used in financing activities amounted to R$45.6 million in 1Q-2018 and was mainly related to principal amortization and interest payments on the Company’s financial debt.

   
Cash Flow Statement (In R$ Millions)  

1Q-
2017

 

1Q-
2018

 
Net loss (37.7) (60.3)
Depreciation and amortization 8.1 15.9
Interest expense, net 34.5 16.4
Others (4.3) 13.6
Adjusted Net Loss 0.6 (14.5)
 
Trade accounts receivable 66.9 (2.6)
Inventories (39.0) (17.6)
Trade accounts payable / Reverse Factoring (48.4) (179.9)
Changes in Working Capital (20.5) (200.0)
 
Restricted Cash 3.3 (2.8)
Recoverable taxes (15.6) (2.4)
Judicial deposits (10.8) (3.0)
Accrued expenses (37.8) (26.8)
Others 2.3 (11.1)
Total Changes in Assets and Liabilities   (58.7)   (46.0)
Net Cash Provided by (Used In) Operating Activities   (78.5)   (260.5)
 
Capex (13.1) (27.3)
Interest received on installment sales 10.0 1.0
Restricted cash   0.9   (2.2)
Net Cash Provided by (Used in) Investing Activities   (2.3)   (28.6)
 
Proceeds / Payment of debt 97.9 (27.9)
Payments of interest   (44.1)   (17.6)
Net Cash Provided by (Used in) Financing Activities   53.8   (45.6)
 
Effect of exchange rate changes on cash and cash equivalents 0.3 (0.6)
         
Change in Cash and Cash Equivalents   (26.7)   (335.3)
 
Cash and cash equivalents, beginning of period 111.3 396.0
Cash and cash equivalents, end of period 84.6 60.7
 

In 1Q-2018, the Company’s net working capital cycle was 62 days, a 12 day increase over 1Q-2017 cycle mainly attributable to:

Trade accounts receivable cycle decreased by 7 days year-over-year to 18 days in 1Q-2018 mainly due to lower volume of outstanding receivables from the B2B operation. Trade accounts receivable cycle from the B2C operation decreased 1 day year-over-year to 13 days.

Inventory cycle increased 16 days when compared to 1Q-2017 mainly impacted by the corrective actions taken during the second half of 2017 in the B2B business. The inventory cycle from the B2C operation was 115 days in 1Q-2018, 13 days lower when compared to 128 days in 1Q-2017.

Trade accounts payable cycle decreased 3 days to 103 days, reflecting the lower volume of accounts payable from the B2B operation partially offset by a higher volume of reverse-factoring arrangements. Trade accounts payable cycle from the B2C operation increased 7 days to 103 days.

       
Net Working Capital Cycle (in days)    

1Q-
2017

   

1Q-
2018

Trade Accounts Receivable 25 18
Inventories 131 147
Trade Accounts Payable / Reverse Factoring     106     103
Cash Conversion Cycle 50 62
 

In 1Q-2018 the net debt position was R$157.7 million, compared to the net debt of R$352.9 million in 1Q-2017. Total debt was reduced from R$476.5 million to R$257.8 million as a result of (i) the conversion of R$ 84.9 million of convertible notes into equity in April 2017, (ii) the regular debt amortization schedule and (iii) the accelerated amortization of R$65.1 million in 3Q-2017, partially offset by the R$26.7 million FINEP new credit line.

When compared to 4Q-2017 (net cash position of R$144.4 million), net debt increased by R$302.1 million mainly due to the R$270.6 million operating cash used during the quarter, the R$18.6 million used in investing activities and interest payments.

           
DEBT (In R$ Millions)    

1Q-
2017

   

4Q-
2017

   

1Q-
2018

Working Capital 277.7 175.0 157.1
Short-term 71.6 68.3 66.1
Long-term 206.1 106.7 91.0
Convertible Notes 84.9 0.0 0.0
Short-term
Long-term 84.9
Debenture 112.8 84.2 74.9
Short-term 38.4 37.7 37.7
Long-term 74.3 46.5 37.2
Other 1.2 26.7 25.9
Short-term 0.9 0.5 0.3
Long-term 0.3 26.2 25.5
                   
TOTAL DEBT (R$)     476.5     286.0     257.8
Short-term (%) 23% 37% 40%
Long-term (%) 77% 63% 60%
(-) Total Cash (123.6) (430.4) (100.1)
Cash and cash equivalents (84.6) (396.0) (60.7)
Restricted cash     (39.1)     (34.4)     (39.5)
NET DEBT (R$)     352.9     (144.4)     157.7
 

Other News – Subsequent Event

On May 8, 2018, the board of directors approved the increase of the size of the Company’s share option pool from 631,470 to 956,470 of its common shares, which represents 3.0% of the Company’s total equity on a fully diluted basis.

This increase seeks to align the interest of the optionees under the Company’s 2012 share option plan with the interests of its shareholders and their performance with our long-term goals. Awards under the Company’s share option pool will be made at the discretion of its board of directors, which has full authority to establish the terms and conditions of any award consistent with the provisions of the Company’s 2012 share option plan.

1Q-2018 Earnings Conference Call

A conference call with live webcast will be held tomorrow, May 15, 2018 at 8:30 am (Eastern Time).

Investors and other interested 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 1616436. An archived webcast will be available on our IR website. For more information visit: http://investor.netshoes.com.

About Netshoes

Founded in 2000, Netshoes is 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 the Company manages, it offers customers a wide selection of products and services for sports, fashion and beauty.

Core to the Company’s success has been a relentless focus on delivering a superior customer experience. As one of the first companies in Latin America to provide online retail offerings, Netshoes benefits from its early mover advantage, which has allowed the Company to capture 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 press release, 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 press release 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 have not independently verified the accuracy or completeness of the information.

Non-IFRS Financial Measures

The Company presents non-IFRS measures when it believes 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 press release 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) “Net Adjusted Financial Result” is defined as the sum of financial income and financial expenses less “Certain Other Net Financial Result“;

(3) “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;

(4) “Adjusted EBITDA” is defined as net income/loss, less net financial result, less income tax, less depreciation and amortization expenses;

(5) “Adjusted EBITDA Brazil” or “EBITDA Brazil” is defined as Adjusted EBITDA or EBITDA for our operation in Brazil;

(6) “Adjusted EBITDA International” or “EBITDA International” is defined as Adjusted EBITDA or EBITDA for our operations in Argentina and Mexico;

(7) “EBITDA” is defined as Adjusted EBITDA plus Certain Other Net Financial Result;

(8) “Adjusted EBITDA Margin” or “EBITDA Margin” is defined as Adjusted EBITDA or 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 (In R$ Millions)    

1Q-2017

    1Q-2018
 
Net sales 396.2 399.3
Add (subtract):
Sales taxes, net 70.0 79.5
Returns 42.2 28.7
Marketplace commission fees (5.0) (12.8)
NCard activation commission fees     (0.2)     (0.5)
Sub-Total:     503.2     494.3
 
GMV from marketplace 28.0 64.3
             
GMV     531.2     558.6
 

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

       
Net Financial Result Reconciliation (In R$ Millions)     1Q-2017     1Q-2018
 
Financial Income 5.0 4.6
Financial Expenses     (38.3)     (20.1)
Net Financial Result     (33.2)     (15.5)
Subtract Certain Other Net Financial Result:
Certain Other Financial Income:
Foreign exchange gain (0.4) (0.6)
Derivative financial instruments gain (0.7) -
Other Financial Income (0.0) (0.0)
Certain Other Financial Expenses:
Foreign exchange loss - 0.4
Derivative financial instruments loss 0.0 0.0
Bank charges 1.6 1.2
Other Financial Expenses     0.1     1.3
Net Adjusted Financial Result     (32.7)     (13.2)
 

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, Adjusted EBITDA and Adjusted EBITDA margin as described above:

       
Consolidated EBITDA Reconciliation (In R$ Millions)     1Q-2017     1Q-2018
 
Net loss (37.7) (60.3)
Add (subtract):
(-) Income tax expense - -
(-) Net Financial Result 33.2 15.5
(-) Depreciation and Amortization     8.1     15.9
Adjusted EBITDA     3.6     (29.0)
(+) Certain Other Net Financial Result     (0.5)     (2.3)
EBITDA     3.1     (31.3)
Net Sales     396.2     399.3
Adjusted EBITDA Margin %     0.9%     -7.3%
EBITDA Margin %     0.8%     -7.8%
 

(1) Consolidated EBITDA includes Corporate/Holding expenses not included in EBITDA Brazil and EBITDA International.

       
EBITDA Brazil Reconciliation (In R$ Millions)     1Q-2017     1Q-2018
 
Net loss (23.5) (40.5)
Add (subtract):
(-) Income tax expense - -
(-) Net Financial Result 30.3 13.2
(-) Depreciation and Amortization     7.2     9.0
Adjusted EBITDA     14.0     (18.3)
(+) Certain Other Net Financial Result     (1.1)     (1.9)
EBITDA     12.9     (20.2)
Net Sales     355.5     360.4
Adjusted EBITDA Margin %     3.9%     -5.1%
EBITDA Margin %     3.6%     -5.6%
 
       
EBITDA International Reconciliation (In R$ Millions)     1Q-2017     1Q-2018
 
Net loss (11.0) (9.6)
Add (subtract):
(-) Income tax expense - -
(-) Net Financial Result 2.2 2.3
(-) Depreciation and Amortization     0.3     0.2
Adjusted EBITDA     (8.6)     (7.1)
(+) Certain Other Net Financial Result     (0.2)     (0.4)
EBITDA     (8.8)     (7.5)
Net Sales     40.7     38.9
Adjusted EBITDA Margin %     -21.1%     -18.2%
EBITDA Margin %     -21.5%     -19.2%
 

Certain Definitions:

Registered members

Is the sum of all people that have completed the registration form in all the Company’s websites.

Active customers

Are customers who made purchases online with the Company during the preceding twelve months as of the relevant dates.

Repeat customers

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

Invoiced orders

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

Orders placed from mobile devices

The sum of total orders placed by active customers through the Company’s mobile site and applications as a percentage of total orders placed by active customers for the relevant period.

Average basket size

Is 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”)

Is the sum of net sales, returns, GMV from marketplace and net sales taxes. Excludes marketplace and NCard activation commission fees.

Net Working Capital Cycle

Is 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

All partner-branded online stores that the Company manages.

Foreign Exchange Neutral (“FX Neutral”)

Growth rate shown on constant local currency basis, in order 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

As of December 31, 2017 and March 31, 2018

(Reais and Dollars in thousands)

 
December 31, March 31,
Assets 2017 2018   2018
Current assets: BRL BRL USD
Cash and cash equivalents 395,962 60,652 18,248
Restricted cash 19,397 22,161 6,667
Trade accounts receivables, net 113,168 110,166 33,145
Inventories, net 456,632 469,882 141,369
Recoverable taxes 80,047 81,279 24,454
Other current assets   48,352 58,578 17,624
Total current assets   1,113,558 802,718 241,507
 
Non-current assets:
Restricted cash 15,048 17,291 5,202
Judicial deposits 106,914 109,886 33,060
Recoverable taxes 70,765 71,777 21,595
Other assets 1,950 1,950 587
Due from related parties 12 11 3
Property and equipment, net 73,039 80,198 24,128
Intangible assets, net   115,839 119,787 36,039
Total non-current assets   383,567 400,900 120,614
 
Total assets   1,497,125 1,203,618 362,121
 

NETSHOES (CAYMAN) LIMITED AND SUBSIDIARIES

Unaudited Condensed Consolidated Statements of Financial Position

As of December 31, 2017 and March 31, 2018

(Reais and Dollars in thousands)

 
December 31, March 31,
Liabilities and Shareholders' Equity 2017 2018   2018
Current liabilities: BRL BRL USD
Trade accounts payable 365,835 273,492 82,283
Reverse factoring 148,928 61,126 18,390
Current portion of long-term debt 106,577 104,104 31,321
Taxes and contributions payable 19,875 19,781 5,951
Deferred revenue 3,732 3,733 1,123
Accrued expenses 120,366 94,157 28,328
Other current liabilities   31,017 32,392 9,745
Total current liabilities   796,330 588,785 177,141
 
Non-current liabilities:
Long-term debt, net of current portion 179,394 153,686 46,238
Provision for labor, civil and tax risks 12,523 13,677 4,115
Deferred revenue 25,502 24,550 7,386
Other non-current liabilities   27 30 9
Total non-current liabilities   217,446 191,943 57,748
Total liabilities   1,013,776 780,728 234,889
 
Shareholders' equity:
Share capital 244 244 73
Additional-paid in capital 1,345,507 1,347,688 405,466
Treasury shares (1,533) (1,533) (461)
Accumulated other comprehensive loss (13,664) (14,099) (4,242)
Accumulated losses   (847,125) (909,198) (273,541)
Equity attributable to owners of the parent   483,429 423,102 127,295
Equity attributable to non-controlling interests   (80) (212) (63)
Total shareholders' equity   483,349 422,890 127,232
 
Total liabilities and shareholders' equity   1,497,125 1,203,618 362,121
 

NETSHOES (CAYMAN) LIMITED AND SUBSIDIARIES

Unaudited Condensed Consolidated Statements of Profit or Loss

For the three months ended March 31, 2017 and 2018

(Reais and Dollars in thousands, except loss per share)

 
Three months ended March 31,
2017   2018   2018
BRL BRL USD
Net Sales 396,228 399,293 120,131
Cost of sales   (266,462) (278,703) (83,851)
Gross Profit   129,766 120,590 36,280
 
Operating expenses:
Selling and marketing expenses (101,526) (110,598) (33,274)
General and administrative expenses (31,627) (53,719) (16,162)
Other operating expenses, net   (1,092) (1,117) (336)
Total operating expenses   (134,245) (165,434) (49,772)
Operating loss   (4,479) (44,844) (13,492)
 
Financial income 5,029 4,584 1,379
Financial expenses   (38,267)   (20,077) (6,040)
Loss before income tax   (37,717)   (60,337) (18,153)
 
Income tax expense   - -   -
Net Loss   (37,717) (60,337)   (18,153)
 
Net loss attributable to:
Owners of the Parent (37,508) (60,219) (18,118)
Non-controlling interests (209) (118) (35)
 
Loss per share attributable to owners of the Parent
Basic and diluted   (1.79) (1.94) (0.58)
 

NETSHOES (CAYMAN) LIMITED AND SUBSIDIARIES

Unaudited Condensed Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows

For the three months ended March 31, 2017 and 2018

(Reais and Dollars in thousands)

 
Three months ended March 31,
2017   2018   2018
BRL BRL USD
Cash flows from operating activities:
Net loss (37,717) (60,337) (18,153)
Adjustments to reconcile net loss to net cash used in operating activities:
Allowance for doubtful accounts 4,561 4,681 1,408
Depreciation and amortization 8,091 15,888 4,780
Loss on disposal of property and equipment, and intangible assets 170 276 83
Share-based payment (11,829) 2,557 769
Provision for contingent liabilities 1,882 1,878 565
Interest expense, net 34,545 16,377 4,927
Provision for inventory losses 704 4,185 1,259
Other 179 4 1
Changes in operating assets and liabilities:
(Increase) decrease in:
Restricted cash 3,287 (2,765) (832)
Trade accounts receivable 66,907 (2,580) (776)
Inventories (38,952) (17,563) (5,284)
Recoverable taxes (15,610) (2,396) (721)
Judicial deposits (10,808) (2,972) (894)
Other assets 6,125 (10,208) (3,070)
Increase (decrease) in:
Derivative financial instruments (158) - -
Trade accounts payable (38,556) (92,053) (27,695)
Reverse factoring (9,854) (87,802) (26,416)
Taxes and contributions payable (7,992) 81 24
Deferred revenue (633) (951) (286)
Accrued expenses (37,835) (26,835) (8,074)
Share-based payment (943) -
Other liabilities   5,911 (3)  
Net cash provided by (used in) operating activities   (78,525) (260,538) (78,385)
Cash flows from investing activities:
Purchase of property and equipment (2,164) (10,544) (3,172)
Purchase of intangible assets (10,960) (16,801) (5,055)
Interest received on installment sales 10,018 961 289
Restricted cash   855 (2,242) (675)
Net cash provided by (used in) investing activities   (2,251) (28,626) (8,613)
Cash flows from financing activities:
Proceeds from debt 115,764 3,839 1,155
Payments of debt (17,902) (31,765) (9,557)
Payments of interest   (44,077) (17,628) (5,304)
Net cash provided by (used in) financing activities   53,785 (45,554) (13,706)
Effect of exchange rate changes on cash and cash equivalents   251 (592) (177)
Change in cash and cash equivalents   (26,741) (335,310) (100,881)
Cash and cash equivalents, beginning of period 111,304 395,962 119,129
Cash and cash equivalents, end of period 84,563 60,652 18,248

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