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October 22: Apparel & Accessories

In the first of the new Featuring… monthly special focuses from LicensingSource.net, we take a look at the apparel and accessories sector.

The 2022 Global Licensing Industry Study from trade body, Licensing International, shows that apparel is the largest product category with a 14.3% share.

Further data from The Insights Family also underlines the importance of the category in the eyes of consumers. Over the last 12 months, 23% of 10-12s in the UK have reported buying clothing in relation to their favourite TV shows and films, with this growing by 67% over the same period…

Click below to see the special editions in full:

LicensingSource.net Featuring… Apparel & Accessories – 1

LicensingSource.net Featuring… Apparel & Accessories – 2

LicensingSource.net Featuring… Apparel & Accessories – 3

LicensingSource.net Featuring… Apparel & Accessories – 4


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