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Personal Accessories 2018 Edition: Key Research Highlights

Euromonitor International is pleased to announce that the Personal Accessories 2018 edition is now live and available to access on Passport. The updated research provides the latest insights into how the industry is performing, and identifies key prospects through to 2022, offering unparalleled insight into the key trends and dynamics impacting the industry. KEY RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS Affordable […]
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Digitalisation Influences all Personal Accessories Categories in Australia

Digitalisation remains a key factor influencing both innovation and sales across all personal accessories companies, with consumers in Australia quick to take up new technologies having become increasingly dependent on digital technology in their everyday lives. Digitalisation can have both a positive and negative affect on sales in personal accessories, with writing instruments and watches […]
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2016 Opportunities in Personal Accessories

In 2016, global sales of personal accessories are set to grow by 2%, based on US$ year-on-year exchange rates. Personal accessories is forecast to enjoy a CAGR of 4% from 2016-2021 to reach US$633,415 million based on constant 2016 prices. Jewellery continues to be the best performing category, buoyed by growth in Asia Pacific, especially […]
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Fashion Friday: The Watch Market

The watch market has undergone a change in recent years, successfully transforming from a necessity to a fashion item marked by social status and individuality. Smart watches, which have recently come into the market, will not yet make an impact in the market – especially on watches in the high-priced range. In fact, many traditional […]
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Appreciating Fashion in Singapore

Singapore has emerged as a leading fashion hub in Asia Pacific and has a highly evolved competitive landscape as brands are expected to cater to citizens as well as sizeable populations of foreign residents and tourists. Purchase decisions are increasingly influenced by brand perception as female consumers consistently look to premium international brands for personal […]
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Diversification Key to the Future of LVMH

Recently released financial results for the 2013 calendar year highlight some of the major strategic issues facing LVMH. Overall company revenues rose by 4% compared to 2012 and the biggest business group, ‘Fashion & Leather Goods’, registered contracting sales over the year. While the company profile LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton SA carries a […]
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