Top Business Intelligence beneficial for Textile and Apparel Industry

Textile and Apparel Industry is one of the fastest, largest and most productive industries in the world. These industries are the a compilation of companies that is engaged in producing or manufacturing fibers, yarns, textiles and apparel and accessory products for industrial, wholesale and private consumers. Market research analysts predict that the Global Textile Machinery market will grow at a CAGR of 14.02 percent over the period 2013-2018. 

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Apparel Accessories in Norway

15 May 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Despite registering relatively sluggish current value growth in 2014, most categories related to heat preservation performed solidly in volume terms in 2014. Gloves, hats/caps and scarves all registered volume growth of 1% in 2014 indicating a continuing robustness for these kinds of items, with slo...
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Jeans in Norway

15 May 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Apart from financial institutions, the general dress code in Norwegian businesses is casual. This is most relevant for Norwegian men who, unlike those in many other countries in Western Europe, are not required to wear suits on a daily basis at work. Consequently, most men tend to wear jeans and a s...
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Menswear in the US

15 May 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Growth in menswear continued to outpace growth in womenswear in 2014, with these categories growing by 2% and 1% in current value terms respectively. Menswear continues to benefit from increasingly sartorially minded millennial consumers, with many younger men choosing to wear tighter fitting clothi...
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Hosiery in the US

15 May 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Sheer hosiery increased by 5% in current value terms and by 2% in volume terms in 2014. Sheer hosiery is a category which predominantly targets at women and includes sheer tights, hold-ups, stockings, knee-highs and sheer ankle socks. Legwear sales have seen favourable growth in recent years owing t...
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Apparel Accessories in the US

15 May 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Apparel accessories continue to be considered a great way for consumers to complete an outfit and increase of other garments, which helped the category to generate healthy current value growth of 5% in 2014. Overall, the category remains commoditised with a large number of players present. Americans...
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Hosiery in Norway

15 May 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Hosiery remained extremely fragmented in Norway in 2014 with “others” accounting for 66% of all value sales. Hosiery items are, generally, the least thought about among consumers with minimal style considerations, particularly non-sheer hosiery products like socks. As a consequence, Norwegian consum...
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Womenswear in the US

15 May 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
‘Athleisure’ remained a major trend in womenswear in 2014 as American women continued to wear athletic apparel on a day-to-day basis for comfort and style. Women’s leggings recorded a double-digit current value CAGR over the review period, although growth tapered off slightly in 2014 as it grew by o...
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Childrenswear in Norway

15 May 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Despite some indications that Norwegian parents are becoming more interested in their children’s style and appearance, childrenswear continued to be led by brands and retailers focusing on functionality. Norwegian consumers are among the wealthiest in the world and will purchase the best available c...
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Sportswear in Norway

15 May 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Health and wellness trends became extremely significant in Norway over the last two to three years and this positively affected sportswear. Aside from taking more care about what they eat, Norwegians also realise that good quality exercise is equally important in maintaining a healthy body. This res...
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Jeans in the US

15 May 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
US Jeans manufacturers are increasingly struggling with declining sales of their denim products. Even joint category leader Levi Strauss witnessed a decline of 7% in current value terms in 2014. The company cut 800 jobs, equal to 20% of its non-retail and non-factory workforce, during the year as pa...
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adidas Norge AS in Apparel and Footwear (Norway)

15 May 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
The aim of adidas Norge is to increase its value share in apparel and footwear in Norway through the innovation of sportswear products in the adidas and Reebok brands. adidas Norge will continue its strategy of being a provider of high-end sportswear with strategic marketing and the sponsorship of w...
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Footwear in the US

15 May 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Sports footwear outperformed total footwear in 2014, with growth driven by rising demand for sports-inspired footwear and performance footwear. While sports footwear increased in current value by 9% in 2014, total footwear increased by only 2% in current value. Sports-inspired footwear and performan...
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Womenswear in Norway

15 May 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Despite Norwegian women having higher levels of disposable income than ever before, they remain relatively conservative when it comes to spending money on clothing. Reasons for this vary, but the pragmatic nature of the Norwegian character is often given as the overriding one. Norwegian women spend ...
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Childrenswear in the US

15 May 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Baby and toddler wear continued to show steady growth in 2014 after the category recorded its strongest growth of the post-recessionary era in 2013. Volume sales of baby and toddler wear grew by 2% in 2014, while current value growth was marginal. This can be attributed to the continued strong compe...
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Menswear in Norway

15 May 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Although Norwegian men are still far behind Norwegian women when it comes to being imaginative about clothing and in their demand for quality, industry sources indicate that trends began to change over the review period. Despite most Norwegian men still buying clothes for their short-term functional...
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