Day: September 7, 2015

Global Women's and Girls' Clothing Industry (PR Newswire)

September 7, 2015

LONDON, Sept. 7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Women’s and Girls’ Clothing in US$ Million by the following Product Segments: Women’s and Girls’ Dresses, Women’s and Girls’ Suits & Coats, Women’s and Girls’ Blouses & Shirts, Women’s and Girls’ Slacks & Trousers, Women’s and Girls’ Underwear and Nightwear, and Women’s and Girls’ Other Garments. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East, Latin America, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2014 through 2020. Also, a seven-year historic analysis is provided for these markets. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are primarily based on public domain information including company URLs. The report profiles 500 companies including many key and niche players such as –

Amer Sports Corporation

Benetton Group Spa

Berkshire Hathaway

Delta Galil Industries Ltd.

Donna Karan International, Inc.

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I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS

Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1

Disclaimers I-2

Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2

Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3

Scope of Study I-3

II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. MARKET OVERVIEW II-1

Women’s and Girls’ Clothing: A Vibrant Market II-1

Women’s Wear Leads, Menswear Posts Faster Growth II-2

Table 1: Global Apparel Market by Segment (2015 & 2020):

Percentage Share Breakdown of Value Sales for Menswear and

Women’s Wear (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-3

Developing Countries: Hotspots of Future Growth II-3

India & China: Countries with Young Population Offer

Significant Opportunities II-4

Table 2: Ten Largest Populated Countries Worldwide (July

2013): Total Population (in Millions) by Age Group 0-14

Years, 15-44 Years, 45-64 Years, and 65+ Years for China,

India, USA, Indonesia, Brazil, Pakistan, Nigeria,

Bangladesh, Russia and Japan (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) II-5

Table 3: Ten Largest Populated Countries Worldwide (July2013): Percentage Population by Age Group 0-14 Years, 15-44Years, 45-64 Years, and 65+ Years for China, India, USA,Indonesia, Brazil, Pakistan, Nigeria, Bangladesh, Russia andJapan (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-6

Table 4: Female Population Growth in Select Countries by Age

Group: 2013 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-7

Favorable Demographic & Economic Trends Strengthens Market

Prospects II-8

Expanding Global Population II-8

Table 5: World Population by Geographic Region (2000-2050)

(In Millions) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-8

Table 6: Top 25 Countries with the Highest PopulationWorldwide: 2007, 2010 & 2015E (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) II-9Burgeoning Middle Class Population II-10Table 7: Global Middle Class Population (in Millions) byGeographic Region: 2010, 2020P & 2030P (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) II-10

Table 8: Global Middle Class Population by Geographic

Region: Percentage Share Breakdown for 2010, 2020P & 2030P

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-11

Improving Standards of Living in Developing Countries II-11

Table 9: Evolution of GDP Per Capita for Major Countries (in

Dollars PPP): Percentage Variation from 2000 to 2010

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-12

Urban Locations in Emerging Markets Promise Growth II-12

Table 10: Percentage of Urban Population in Select Countries

(2010 & 2050) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-14

Westernization of Wardrobe Gains Momentum in Conventional Markets II-15

Manufacturers Reverting Back to Onshore Production for High-

end Apparel II-15

Women Baby Boomers: An Untapped Lucrative Segment II-16

Mature Women, a New Segment Unto Themselves II-16

Spike in Online Apparel Sales II-16

Fashion Trends Slipping into Casuals II-17

Bridalwear Market: Cost-Consciousness Remains the Riding Theme II-17

Plus-Size Clothing Offers Potential Upside II-18

Latest Clothing Trends for Plus-Sized Women II-19

Novel Cuts and Colors in Latest Collections II-19

Designers Emphasizing on Finer Details II-19

Rising Health Awareness Driving Sales of Women’s Fitness Wear II-20

Fitness Blends with Fashion II-20

Designer Brands Witnessing a Paradigm Shift II-20

Change in Buying Behavior of Consumers II-21

Peek into the Women’s Latest Fashion Trends II-21

Trends in the 2014-15 Fall Winter Collection II-21

Retro and Asian-Inspired Fashion Trends Gain Traction II-22

Coats and Blazers Gain Momentum II-22

Seamless and Tagless Clothes – The Latest in Apparel II-22

Tights under Shorts in Vogue II-23

Sheer Hosiery Witnesses Growth after a Decade II-23

Floral Dresses: A Popular Choice among Young Girls II-23

Hottest Fashion Trends for Girls II-23

Modern Prints and Styles: Suitable Option for Women in the

40-60 Age Bracket II-24

Competition II-24

2. A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF SELECT WOMEN’S & GIRLS’ CLOTHING SEGMENTS II-25

Women’s and Girls’ Hosiery Market II-25

Women: The Largest Consumer Base for Hosiery II-25

Table 11: Global Female Population (2014): Percentage

Breakdown by Geographic Region (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-26

Table 12: 15-64 Year Female Population as a Percentage of

Total Population in Select Countries: 2013 II-27

Teen Population: A Lucrative Demographic Segment & the New

Advertising Target II-28

Robust Demand for Comfortable and Stylish Hosiery II-28

Hosiery Innovations and Advancements: Spearheading Growth II-28

Maternity Hosiery Offers Lucrative Growth Opportunities II-29

Hosiery Fast Becoming a Luxury Apparel Accessory II-29

Hosiery for Older and Plus-size Consumers: Growth

Opportunities in Store II-30

3. GLOBAL LINGERIE MARKET II-31

Potential for Strong Growth II-31

Emerging Economies Spur Growth in the Global Lingerie Market II-31

Customization and Differential Price Points Drive the LingerieSegment II-32

Focus on Lingerie Needs of Plus-sized Consumers II-32

Shift towards Affordable High-End Lingerie II-33

Lingerie Specialists Expand into Complementary Businesses II-33

Online Sales of Lingerie Pick Momentum II-33

E-Commerce Startups Vying for Online Lingerie Market II-34

4. WOMEN’S AND GIRLS’ SWIMWEAR AND BEACHWEAR MARKET II-35

Rising Popularity of Beach Culture Benefits the Swimwear Segment II-35

Design Trends in Women’s Swimwear II-35

Retro Wear Back in Fashion II-36

Popular Retro Trends in Women’s Swimwear Segment for 2014 II-36

Modest Swimwear – A Burgeoning Market II-37

Plus-Size Swimwear Exhibits Significant Growth Potential II-37

5. WOMEN’S & GIRLS’ DENIM JEANS MARKET II-38

Growing Fashion Consciousness among Women Drives Growth II-38

Denim Jeans Making Inroads into Work Wear/ Corporate Wear II-38

Asia-Pacific Drives Sales of Premium Denim Jeans II-38

Denim Jeans Faces Threat from Substitutes II-39

Functional Denim: The Next Big Thing II-39

Distressed Jeans and Jeggings now in Vogue II-40

Hunt for the Right Fit Continues II-40

Eco-conscious Consumers Drift towards Natural and Organic Denims II-40

Spike in Online Apparel Sales II-41

Specialty Stores Continue to Dominate Women’s Jeans Sales II-41

Table 13: Global Women’s Jeans Market by Retail Channel(2013): Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for SpecialtyStores, Department Stores, National Chains, Mass Merchants,Off-price Retailers, Mail/Internet, Outlets and Others(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-42

6. WOMEN’S AND GIRLS’ CLOTHING: AN OVERVIEW II-43

Dresses II-43

Coats II-43

Jackets II-43

Coats II-43

Tops II-43

T-Shirts and Sweatshirts II-43

Blouses II-43

Sweaters II-44

Bottoms II-44

Skirts II-44

Shorts II-44

Jeans II-44

Slacks II-44

Sweat Pants II-44

Underwear and Nightwear II-44

Underwear II-44

Under Garments II-45

Ultra Sheer II-45

Day Sheer/Business Sheer II-45

Silken Sheer II-45

Light Support/Support II-45

Shimmer/Glimmer II-45

Opaques/Tights II-45

Run-Resistant II-45

Brassieres, Bra-Lettes & Bandeaux II-45

Night Wear II-46

Girdles, Corsets and Other Foundation Garments II-46

Panties and Slips II-46

Various Types of Panties II-47

Regular II-47

Control Top II-47

Bodyshaper II-47

Sheer II-47

Home Wear or Loungewear II-47

Hosiery II-47

Other Garments II-47

7. PRODUCT LAUNCHES II-49

Target Launches Plus-Size Fashion Line II-49

JJS House Unveils Line of Bridesmaids’ Dresses II-49

ExOfficio® Introduces Give-N-Go® Sport Mesh Underwear II-49

TAVIK Releases Women’s Apparel for Spring and Summer II-49

Under Armour Launches Women’s Apparel II-49

GEORGE LOVES Launches Debut Collection for Women II-49

Finery London to Introduce Women’s Wear in the UK II-50

TAVIK Unveils Women’s Apparel for Spring and Summer 2015 II-50

Marimekko and Banana Republic Launch Capsule Collection II-50

Gapkids Unveils New Children’s Wear Collection II-50

Tommy Hilfiger Unveils Spring 2015 Collection for Women II-50

Tommy Hilfiger to Launch “To Tommy, From Zooey” II-50

Kazo Unveils High Summer 2014 Collection II-50

Craghoppers Unveils Women’s Heritage Apparel II-51

JADE Launches Ethnic Fashion Wear Range II-51

Barbara Casasola Introduces Pre-Fall Collection II-51

Yunes Swathe Launches its Latest Fashion Collection II-51

BIBA Launches the Rangriti Brand II-51

Ellie Kai Introduces Made-to-Order Women’s Fashion Collection II-51

BRAVADA International Unveils Online Superstore II-51

TerraFrog Introduces Yoga Collection II-51

Shutt Velo Rapide Unveils Women’s Collection II-52

Aventura Clothing Unveiled the 2014 Aventura Ambassador Family II-52

PACT Launches Organic Cotton Apparel II-52Jockey Introduces Women’s Loungewear Line II-52LOLLY Clothing Unveils Fall 2014 Collection II-52Lou Dalton Unveils Women’s Shirts II-52Velocio Unveils Cycling Apparel II-52UnderTech Undercover Unveils Women’s Concealment Tank Top II-53Bbrautkleid.com Unveils New Empire Wedding Dresses II-53COBRA PUMA Launches Women’s British Open Apparel II-53DKNY Unveils Ramadan Capsule Collection II-53Cake Lingerie Introduces Maternity Range II-53Tommy Hilfiger Launches Exclusive Girls’ Wear for Ramadan II-53Pasha Fabrics Unveils Eid Collection for Women II-53Giovani Woman Launches Evening Wear Collection II-54G Design Unveils a New Collection of Pants II-54Curvy Fashionista Unveils Online Store for Plus Size Women’sClothing II-54Enamor Unveils Couture Lingerie Collection II-54Girls With Guns Launches a New Range of Hunting Apparel II-54Byer California Launches Clothing Range for Young Women II-54TBdress.com Launches Sweet Petite Dresses for Young Girls II-54Pepsi Unveils New Fashion Collection II-54Being Human Introduces Dresses for Women II-55Nike Launches Fresh Athletic Range for Women II-55Acne Studios Unveils Underwear Line II-55Prohibition Clothing Unveils Women’s Collection II-55True&Co Unveils New Fall 2014 Range II-55Change International to Launch New Line of Women’s Lingerie II-55Meijer Reworks its Massini Line of Sportswear and Accessories II-55Nubian Skin Unveils Excusive Lingerie for Women of Color II-55Kmart Launches the 2014 Adam Levine Spring and Summer Collection II-56Tail Activewear and Chris Evert Introduce Latest Line ofTennis and Active Clothing for Women II-56Lidl Launches Women’s Clothing Range II-56Victoria’s Secret Unveils Women’s Underwear Line II-56University Girls Apparel Unveils its Fall 2014 Collection II-56Happy Socks Unveils Underwear Line II-56Girls’ Generation’s Star Launches BLANC II-56Dirty Diana’s Clean Clothes Unveils Women’s Pullover DressesCollection II-57Naked Brand Group to Launch Women’s Lingerie Collection II-57Les Cent Culottes Features Maison Lejaby’s Latest LingerieCollection II-57AP for Women to Introduce Mod Lux 2013 Selection II-57Lindex Introduces The Black Pant Collection II-57Primark Launches Women’s Wear Autumn/ Winter 2013 Collection II-57Mezzo Launches Spring and Summer Collection II-58Santini Introduces New Assortment of Urban Gear for Women II-58Khaadi Launches New Pret Wear Dresses Selection for Girls II-58Taankay Introduces Summer Collection 2013 Women and Girl’sCasual Wear Dresses II-58Target Launches New Online-Only Brands at Target.com II-58Jockey International Launches JOCKEY® Bra II-58Target Introduces TEVOLIO Bridal Line at Target.com II-59Jones Group Unveils QMack Brand II-59Porsche Design Sport and Adidas Launch Designer Sportswear forWomen II-59Levi’s® Introduces Levi’s® Revel Jeans for Women with LiquidShaping Technology II-59Headhunter Unveils New Line of Women’s Swimwear II-59Denise Cronwall Launches Women’s Activewear Holiday Collection II-59Stella McCartney Lingerie Launches at Diane’s Lingerie onSouth Granville II-59

8. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY II-60

Uniqlo to Enter Canadian Market II-60

Jones New York to Shut Down 36 Canadian Retail Stores II-60

Chico Plans to Close 120 Retail Stores II-60

Cache Files Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection II-60

Walton Brown and Kate Spade Form a Joint Venture II-60

HanesBrands Acquires DB Apparel II-60

ADF and Calvin Klein Enter Distribution and Retail Store

License Agreement II-61

Gap Partners with Arvind Lifestyle Brand Limited II-61

Gap to Set Up Old Navy Stores in the Middle East II-61

Destination Maternity Corporation Inaugurates Shop-In-Shops II-61

Gildan Activewear Acquires Doris II-61

Calvin Klein to Become Official Apparel Supplier for Ricoh

Women’s British Open II-61

NBA Signs a League-wide Licensing Agreement with Peace Love World II-61

Fusion Beats Inaugurates First Flagship Store II-61

Belle Acquires Stake in Baroque Japan II-62

Joe’s Jeans Takes Over Hudson Clothing Holdings II-62

Jerry Leigh of California and Xcel Brands Ink Licensing Agreement II-62

All American Clothing Acquires El Paso Factory II-62

Alessandra Ambrosio and Silver Sunrise Ink Exclusive

Partnership with Cherokee II-62

Charlesbank Capital Partners Acquires OneStopPlus Group II-62

PVH Inks License Agreement with American Essentials and

McGregor Industries II-63

Gap Takes Over INTERMIX II-63

PVH Acquires Warnaco Group II-63

Target Canada Announces Exclusive Partnership with Beaver Canoe II-63

PVH and Cutie Pie Baby Ink Licensing Agreement II-63

Macy’s Signs Agreement with LIDS Sports Group II-63

Tommy Bahama Takes Over Canadian Business Operations from

Jaytex Group II-64

Kellwood Inks Licensing Agreement with Brown Shoe II-64

HanesBrands to Take Over Maidenform Brands II-64

GUESS Extends Collaboration with Tiesto II-64

BRAVADA International Launches VivaVuva.com II-64

ThredUP.com Forays into Women’s Clothing Market II-64

Victoria’s Secret Store to Establish Stand-Alone PINK Store II-64

Tommy Hilfiger Opens New Store in Cape Town II-65

Destination Maternity to Establish Destination Maternity®

Store in Calgary II-65

Gap to Open Old Navy Store in Shanghai II-65

Gap to Establish Old Navy Stores in Japan II-65

9. FOCUS ON SELECT PLAYERS II-66Women’s and Girls’ Clothing Manufacturers II-66Amer Sports Corporation ( Finland) II-66Benetton Group Spa ( Italy) II-66Berkshire Hathaway (US) II-66Fruit of the Loom (US) II-67Delta Galil Industries Ltd. ( Israel) II-67Donna Karan International, Inc. (US) II-68Esprit International (US) II-68Guess, Inc. (US) II-69Hanesbrands, Inc. (US) II-69Hugo Boss AG ( Germany) II-70Jockey International, Inc. (US) II-70Joe Boxer Corp. (US) II-70Jones Group, Inc. (US) II-70Kate Spade & Company (US) II-71Kellwood Company (US) II-71Levi Strauss & Co. (US) II-71Limited Stores, LLC (US) II-71Nike, Inc. (US) II-72Oshkosh B’Gosh, Inc. (US) II-72PVH Corporation (US) II-73Calvin Klein (US) II-73Tommy Hilfiger Corporation (US) II-73Ralph Lauren Corporation (US) II-74Reebok International Ltd. (US) II-74Sanyo Shokai Co., Ltd. ( Japan) II-74Triumph International AG ( Germany) II-74VF Corporation (US) II-74Wacoal Holdings Corp. ( Japan) II-75Women’s and Girls’ Clothing Retailers II-75Ann Inc. (US) II-75Ascena Retail Group, Inc. (US) II-75Bealls Inc. (US) II-76Chico’s FAS, Inc.(US) II-76Christopher & Banks Corporation (US) II-77Coldwater Creek, Inc. (US) II-77Destination Maternity Corp. (US) II-78Escada ( Germany) II-78Embry Holdings Limited ( Hong Kong) II-78Gap, Inc. (US) II-78The Gymboree Corporation (US) II-79J.Crew Group, Inc. (US) II-79J. Jill Group, Inc. (US) II-80Land’s End, Inc. (US) II-80Limited Brands, Inc. (US) II-80Macy’s, Inc. (US) II-81Sears Holdings Corp. (US) II-81Stein Mart (US) II-82Target Corp. (US) II-82The TJX Companies, Inc. (US) II-82The Talbots, Inc. (US) II-83Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (US) II-83

10. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE II-84

Table 14: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Women’s and Girls’ Clothing by Geographic Region – US, Canada,

Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East,

Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed

with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for the Years 2014

through 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-84

Table 15: World Historic Review for Women’s and Girls’Clothing by Geographic Region – US, Canada, Japan, Europe,Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East, Latin America andRest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual SalesFigures in US$ Million for the Years 2007 through 2013(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-85

Table 16: World 14-Year Perspective for Women’s and Girls’

Clothing by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Value

Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding

Japan), Middle East, Latin America and Rest of World Markets

for the Years 2007, 2015 & 2020 (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) II-86

Table 17: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis forWomen’s and Girls’ Dresses by Geographic Region – US, Canada,Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East,Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzedwith Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for the Years 2014through 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-87

Table 18: World Historic Review for Women’s and Girls’ Dresses

by Geographic Region – US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific

(excluding Japan), Middle East, Latin America and Rest of

World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures

in US$ Million for the Years 2007 through 2013 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-88

Table 19: World 14-Year Perspective for Women’s and Girls’Dresses by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of ValueSales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excludingJapan), Middle East, Latin America and Rest of World Marketsfor the Years 2007, 2015 & 2020 (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) II-89

Table 20: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Women’s and Girls’ Suits & Coats by Geographic Region – US,

Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle

East, Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently

Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for the

Years 2014 through 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-90

Table 21: World Historic Review for Women’s and Girls’ Suits &Coats by Geographic Region – US, Canada, Japan, Europe,Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East, Latin America andRest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual SalesFigures in US$ Million for the Years 2007 through 2013(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-91

Table 22: World 14-Year Perspective for Women’s and Girls’

Suits & Coats by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of

Value Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific

(excluding Japan), Middle East, Latin America and Rest of

World Markets for the Years 2007, 2015 & 2020 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-92

Table 23: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis forWomen’s and Girls’ Blouses & Shirts by Geographic Region – US,Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), MiddleEast, Latin America and Rest of World Markets IndependentlyAnalyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for theYears 2014 through 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-93

Table 24: World Historic Review for Women’s and Girls’ Blouses &

Shirts by Geographic Region – US, Canada, Japan, Europe,

Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East, Latin America and

Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales

Figures in US$ Million for the Years 2007 through 2013

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-94

Table 25: World 14-Year Perspective for Women’s and Girls’Blouses & Shirts by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdownof Value Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific(excluding Japan), Middle East, Latin America and Rest ofWorld Markets for the Years 2007, 2015 & 2020 (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) II-95

Table 26: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Women’s and Girls’ Slacks & Trousers by Geographic Region –

US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan),

Middle East, Latin America and Rest of World Markets

Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$

Million for the Years 2014 through 2020 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-96

Table 27: World Historic Review for Women’s and Girls’ Slacks &Trousers by Geographic Region – US, Canada, Japan, Europe,Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East, Latin America andRest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual SalesFigures in US$ Million for the Years 2007 through 2013(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-97

Table 28: World 14-Year Perspective for Women’s and Girls’

Slacks & Trousers by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown

of Value Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific

(excluding Japan), Middle East, Latin America and Rest of

World Markets for the Years 2007, 2015 & 2020 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-98

Table 29: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis forWomen’s and Girls’ Underwear & Nightwear by Geographic Region -US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East, Latin America and Rest of World MarketsIndependently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$Million for the Years 2014 through 2020 (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) II-99

Table 30: World Historic Review for Women’s and Girls’

Underwear & Nightwear by Geographic Region – US, Canada,

Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East,

Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed

with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for the Years 2007

through 2013 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-100

Table 31: World 14-Year Perspective for Women’s and Girls’Underwear & Nightwear by Geographic Region – PercentageBreakdown of Value Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe,Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East, Latin America andRest of World Markets for the Years 2007, 2015 & 2020(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-101

Table 32: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Women’s and Girls’ Other Garments by Geographic Region – US,

Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle

East, Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently

Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for the

Years 2014 through 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-102

Table 33: World Historic Review for Women’s and Girls’ OtherGarments by Geographic Region – US, Canada, Japan, Europe,Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East, Latin America andRest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual SalesFigures in US$ Million for the Years 2007 through 2013(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-103

Table 34: World 14-Year Perspective for Women’s and Girls’

Other Garments by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of

Value Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific

(excluding Japan), Middle East, Latin America and Rest of

World Markets for the Years 2007, 2015 & 2020 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-104

III. MARKET

1. THE UNITED STATES III-1

A.Market Analysis III-1

Market Overview III-1

Table 35: US Apparel Market (2014): Percentage Share

Breakdown of Value Sales for Children’s Apparel, Men’s

Apparel, and Women’s Apparel (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-2

American Women: A Demographic Profile III-2

Table 36: Female Population in the US by Age Group (2014)

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-2

Attitude is Everything III-3

The Working Class Woman III-3

Middle Age Women: Emerging Growth Driver III-3

Women Aged 55 and Above III-4

America’s Minority Groups III-4

Seasonality and its Impact on Apparel Retail III-4

Menswear Segment Poses Stiff Challenge to Women’s Apparel

Market III-5

Table 37: Apparel Market in the US (2015 & 2020):

Percentage Share Breakdown of Value Sales by Segment –

Menswear and Women’s Wear (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-6

US Manufacturers Shift Production Facilities to Offshore

Locations III-6

Low Labor Costs: Business Case for Offshoring of Apparel

Manufacturing III-7

Reshoring of Apparel Manufacturing to US Gains Momentum III-7

The Leading Market for Plus-Size Clothing Worldwide III-7

Maternity Wear Market: Positive Prospects in Store III-9

Table 38: Birth Trends in the US: 2006-2015 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-9

Table 39: Pregnancy Rates in the US by Age Group per 1000Women (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-10Rise in Working Class Woman – A Business Case for MaternityApparel Manufacturers III-10Denim Wear Market: An Overview III-10Table 40: US Women’s Jeans Market (2013): Percentage ShareBreakdown of Value Sales by Retail Channel (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-11Women of All Age Groups Wear Jeans III-11Table 41: US Denim Jeans Market (2013): Average Number of Jeans Owned by Women by Age Group – 13-24 Years, 25-34Years, 35-55 Years, and 56-70 years (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) III-12Premium Denim Wear – A Niche Market III-12EU Revokes Tariff Hike on Premium Denim Jeans from the US III-12Hosiery Market in a Transition Phase III-13Table 42: Women’s Hosiery Purchases in the US (2013):Percentage Share Breakdown of Value Sales by Age Group(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-13

Table 43: Women’s Hosiery Market in the US by Retail

Channel (2013): Percentage Share Breakdown for Mass

Merchandisers, Specialty Stores, Off-Price/Factory

Outlets/Warehouse Clubs, Department Stores, National Chains

and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-14

Table 44: Departmental Store Sales of Women Hosiery in theUS by Category (2013): Percentage Share Breakdown of ValueSales for Pantyhose, Socks, Stockings, Tights, and TrouserSocks (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-14Consumers Look for Better Value in their Hosiery Purchases III-14Sheer Panty Hoses in the Lime Light Yet Again III-15Table 45: Leading Players in the US Panty Hose/NylonMarket (2014): Percentage Share Breakdown of Sales for 3M,Accessory Exchange, Dons International, Hanesbrands,Highland Mills, Kayser-Roth Corp., Kmart, Private Label,Smith Hosiery, Spanx, and Others (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) III-16

Table 46: Leading PantyhoseNylon Brands in the US (2013):

Percentage Share Breakdown of Sales for L’eggs Sheer

Energy, No Nonsense, Hanes, L’eggs Silken Mist, Everyday

by L’eggs, On the Go, No Nonsense Great Shapes Figure

Enhancement, No Nonsense Essential Basics, Just My Size,

Private Label and Others (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-16

Tights & Leggings Gain Popularity III-17

Table 47: Leading Tights Brands in the US (2014):

Percentage Share Breakdown for Danskin Now, Garanimals,

Hanes, June & Daisy, L’eggs, Love Your Assets,

NoNonsense, Private Label, and Others (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-17

Shapewear Market: On the Rise III-17

Consolidation Activity Gains Momentum III-18

Swimwear & Intimate Apparel Market: An Insight III-18

Table 48: Swimwear Market in the US (2014): Percentage

Share Breakdown of Revenues for Men’s & Boy’s Swimwear and

Women’s & Girls Swimwear (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-19

Table 49: Leading Manufacturers of Underwear, Swimwear andNightwear in the US (2013): Percentage Share Breakdown ofValue Sales for Fruit of the Loom, Hanesbrands, LimitedBrands, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-19

Table 50: Leading Brands in the US Underwear, Swimwear and

Nightwear Market (2013): Percentage Share Breakdown of

Value Sales for Calvin Klein, Fruit of the Loom, Hanes,

Jockey, Maiden form, Nike, Vanity Fair, Victoria’s Secret,

Wal-Mart, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-20

Green is in III-20

Cotton – An Essential Economic Indicator III-20

Online & Mobile Retailing Gains Ground III-21

Competitive Landscape III-21

Table 51: Leading Players in the US Women’s and Girls’

Clothing Market (2014): Percentage Share Breakdown of

Revenues for Hanesbrands, VF Corporation, and Others

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-22

Table 52: Leading Women’s Outerwear Brands in the US(2013): Percentage Share Breakdown of Value Sales for AnnTaylor, Forever 21, Gap, Jones, Nike, Old Navy, Wal-Mart,and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-22

Table 53: Leading Retailers of Women’s Clothing in the US

(2013): Percentage Share Breakdown of Value Sales for

Dillard’s, J.C. Penney, Kohl’s, Lane Bryant, Macy’s,

Nordstrom, Ross Stores, Target, Victoria’s Secret,

Wal-Mart, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-23

Table 54: Women’s Apparel Sales in the US by Retail Channel (2014): Percentage Share Breakdown for Department Stores, National Chains, Specialty Stores, Mass Merchants,Off-Price Retailers, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-23Trade Statistics III-24Table 55: US Exports of Knitted Hosiery (2013): Percentage Breakdown of Value Exports by Destination Country(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-24

Table 56: US Imports of Knitted Hosiery (2013): Percentage

Breakdown of Value Imports by Country of Origin (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-24

Knitted (Synthetic Fibre) Swimwear III-25

Table 57: US Exports of Women’s and Girl’s Knitted

Synthetic Fiber Swimwear (2013): Percentage Share

Breakdown of Value Exports by Country of Destination

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-25

Table 58: US Imports of Women’s and Girl’s Knitted Synthetic Fiber Swimwear (2013): Percentage Share Breakdown of Value Imports by Country of Origin (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-25Knitted (Textile) Swimwear III-26Table 59: US Exports of Women’s and Girl’s Knitted Textile nes Swimwear (2013): Percentage Share Breakdown of Value Exports by Country of Destination (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-26

Table 60: US Imports of Women’s and Girl’s Knitted

Textile nes Swimwear (2013): Percentage Share Breakdown

of Value Imports by Country of Origin (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-26

Woven Swimwear III-27

Table 61: US Exports of Women’s and Girl’s Woven Swimwear

(2013): Percentage Share Breakdown of Value Exports by

Country of Destination (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-27

Table 62: US Imports of Women’s and Girl’s Woven Swimwear(2013): Percentage Share Breakdown of Value Imports by Country of Origin (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-27Strategic Corporate Developments III-28Product Launches III-31Leading Manufacturers III-38Major Retailers III-45B.Market Analytics III-53Table 63: US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Women’s and Girls’ Clothing by Product Segment – Women’s &Girls’ Dresses, Women’s & Girls’ Suits & Coats, Women’s &Girls’ Blouses & Shirts, Women’s & Girls’ Slacks & Trousers,Women’s & Girls’ Underwear and Nightwear and Women’s &Girls’ Other Garments Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for the Years 2014 through 2020(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-53

Table 64: US Historic Review for Women’s and Girls’ Clothing

by Product Segment – Women’s & Girls’ Dresses, Women’s &

Girls’ Suits & Coats, Women’s & Girls’ Blouses & Shirts,

Women’s & Girls’ Slacks & Trousers, Women’s & Girls’

Underwear and Nightwear and Women’s & Girls’ Other Garments

Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$

Million for the Years 2007 through 2013 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-54

Table 65: US 14-Year Perspective for Women’s and Girls’ Clothing by Product Segment – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Women’s & Girls’ Dresses, Women’s & Girls’ Suits &Coats, Women’s & Girls’ Blouses & Shirts, Women’s & Girls’ Slacks & Trousers, Women’s & Girls’ Underwear and Nightwear and Women’s & Girls’ Other Garments for the Years 2007, 2015 &2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-55

2. CANADA III-56

A.Market Analysis III-56

Market Overview III-56

Table 66: Canadian Women’s and Girls’ Apparel Market

(2014): Percentage Breakdown for Sales for Women, Girls and

Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-56

Demand for Luxury as well as Cost-Efficient Clothing Gaining

Momentum III-57

Canadian Apparel Market III-57

Women’s Wear III-57

Hosiery Market: An Overview III-58

Key Statistics III-58

Table 67: Leading Retail Channels for Women’s Clothing in

Canada (2014): Percentage Breakdown by Value Sales for

Apparel Specialty Chains, Department Stores, Discount

Stores, Independent Specialty Stores, Sporting Goods/Pro

Shops, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-58

Table 68: Canadian Apparel Market by Retailer (2013):Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Gap, H&M, Mark’s, Moores, Old Navy, Reitman’s, Sears, The Bay, Walmart,Winners, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-59

Table 69: Canadian Women’s Denim Market by Sales Channel

(2014): Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Apparel

Specialty Stores, Departmental Stores, Discount Stores and

Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-59

Table 70: Canadian Lingerie Market by Leading Sales Channel(2014): Percentage Breakdown by Value for Apparel SpecialtyStores, Discount Stores, Departmental Stores and Others(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-59Trade Scenario III-60Knitted Hosiery: Trade Scenario III-60Table 71: Canadian Exports of Knitted Hosiery (2013):Percentage Breakdown of Value Exports by DestinationCountry (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-60

Table 72: Canadian Imports of Knitted Hosiery (2013):

Percentage Breakdown of Value Imports by Country of Origin

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-60

Knitted (Synthetic Fiber) Swimwear III-61

Table 73: Canadian Exports of Women’s and Girl’s Knitted

Synthetic Fiber Swimwear (2013): Percentage Share

Breakdown of Value Exports by Country of Destination

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-61

Table 74: Canadian Imports of Women’s & Girl’s Knitted Synthetic Fiber Swimwear (2013): Percentage Share Breakdown of Value Imports by Country of Origin(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-61Knitted (Textile) Swimwear III-62Table 75: Canadian Exports of Women’s and Girl’s Knitted Textile nes Swimwear (2013): Percentage Share Breakdown of Value Exports by Country of Destination (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-62

Table 76: Canadian Imports of Women’s and Girl’s Knitted

Textile nes Swimwear (2013): Percentage Share Breakdown of

Value Imports by Country of Origin (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-62

Woven Swimwear III-63

Table 77: Canadian Exports of Women’s and Girl’s Women

Swimwear (2013): Percentage Share Breakdown of Value

Exports in US$ by Country of Destination (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-63

Table 78: Canadian Imports of Women’s and Girl’s Woven Swimwear (2013): Percentage Share Breakdown of Value Imports by Country of Origin (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-63Strategic Corporate Developments III-64Product Launches III-65B.Market Analytics III-66Table 79: Canadian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Women’s and Girls’ Clothing by Product Segment – Women’s &Girls’ Dresses, Women’s & Girls’ Suits & Coats, Women’s &Girls’ Blouses & Shirts, Women’s & Girls’ Slacks & Trousers,Women’s & Girls’ Underwear and Nightwear and Women’s &Girls’ Other Garments Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for the Years 2014 through 2020(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-66

Table 80: Canadian Historic Review for Women’s and Girls’

Clothing by Product Segment – Women’s & Girls’ Dresses,

Women’s & Girls’ Suits & Coats, Women’s & Girls’ Blouses &

Shirts, Women’s & Girls’ Slacks & Trousers, Women’s & Girls’

Underwear and Nightwear and Women’s & Girls’ Other Garments

Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$

Million for the Years 2007 through 2013 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-67

Table 81: Canadian 14-Year Perspective for Women’s and Girls’ Clothing by Product Segment – Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Women’s & Girls’ Dresses, Women’s & Girls’ Suits & Coats, Women’s & Girls’ Blouses & Shirts, Women’s &Girls’ Slacks & Trousers, Women’s & Girls’ Underwear and Nightwear and Women’s & Girls’ Other Garments for the Years2007, 2015 & 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-68

3. JAPAN III-69

A.Market Analysis III-69

Current & Future Analysis III-69

Influence of American Fashion Trends III-69

Influence of Seasons in Women’s Wear Market III-69

Consumer Profile III-70

Table 82: Japanese Apparel Market by Gender (2013):

Percentage Breakdown by Value Sales for Women, Men and

Children (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-70

Table 83: Key Apparel Types in Japan (2013): Percentage Breakdown of Distribution of Apparel in Japanese Wardrobes(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-70

Table 84: Japanese Clothing Market by Retail Channel

(2013): Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Chain

Stores, Department Stores, Independent Stores, Internet

Retailers, Off-Price Outlets, Specialty Stores, Street

Markets, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-71

A Peek into Hosiery Market III-71

Strategic Corporate Development III-72

Select Players III-72

B.Market Analytics III-73

Table 85: Japanese Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis

for Women’s and Girls’ Clothing by Product Segment – Women’s &

Girls’ Dresses, Women’s & Girls’ Suits & Coats, Women’s &

Girls’ Blouses & Shirts, Women’s & Girls’ Slacks & Trousers,

Women’s & Girls’ Underwear and Nightwear and Women’s &

Girls’ Other Garments Independently Analyzed with Annual

Sales Figures in US$ Million for the Years 2014 through 2020

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-73

Table 86: Japanese Historic Review for Women’s and Girls’ Clothing by Product Segment – Women’s & Girls’ Dresses,Women’s & Girls’ Suits & Coats, Women’s & Girls’ Blouses &Shirts, Women’s & Girls’ Slacks & Trousers, Women’s & Girls’ Underwear and Nightwear and Women’s & Girls’ Other Garments Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$Million for the Years 2007 through 2013 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-74

Table 87: Japanese 14-Year Perspective for Women’s and

Girls’ Clothing by Product Segment – Percentage Breakdown of

Value Sales for Women’s & Girls’ Dresses, Women’s & Girls’

Suits & Coats, Women’s & Girls’ Blouses & Shirts, Women’s &

Girls’ Slacks & Trousers, Women’s & Girls’ Underwear and

Nightwear and Women’s & Girls’ Other Garments for the Years

2007, 2015 & 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-75

4. EUROPE III-76

A.Market Analysis III-76

Market Overview III-76

Consumer Trends III-76

Young Girls Prefer High Street Shops III-77

Swimwear and Beachwear Market in Europe – An Insight III-77

Table 88: European Market for Swimwear by Gender (2014):

Percentage Share Breakdown of Revenue for Women & Girls,and Men & Boys (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-77

EU Annuls Tariff Hike on Premium Denim Jeans from the US III-78EXIM Statistics III-79

Table 89: European Union Imports of Women’s and Girl’s

Swimwear (2013): Percentage Share Breakdown of Value

Imports by Country of Origin (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-79

Table 90: European Union Exports of Women’s and Girl’s

Swimwear (2013): Percentage Share Breakdown of Value

Exports by Destination Country (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-79

Strategic Corporate Development III-80

B.Market Analytics III-80

Table 91: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis

for Women’s and Girls’ Clothing by Geographic Region –

France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia and Rest of Europe

Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in

US$ Million for the Years 2014 through 2020 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-80

Table 92: European Historic Review for Women’s and Girls’ Clothing by Geographic Region – France, Germany, Italy, UK,Spain, Russia and Rest of Europe Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for the Years 2007 through 2013 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-81

Table 93: European 14-Year Perspective for Women’s and

Girls’ Clothing by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown

of Value Sales for France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia

and Rest of Europe Markets for the Years 2007, 2015 & 2020

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-82

Table 94: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Women’s and Girls’ Clothing by Product Segment – Women’s &Girls’ Dresses, Women’s & Girls’ Suits & Coats, Women’s &Girls’ Blouses & Shirts, Women’s & Girls’ Slacks & Trousers,Women’s & Girls’ Underwear and Nightwear and Women’s &Girls’ Other Garments Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for the Years 2014 through 2020(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-83

Table 95: European Historic Review for Women’s and Girls’

Clothing by Product Segment – Women’s & Girls’ Dresses,

Women’s & Girls’ Suits & Coats, Women’s & Girls’ Blouses &

Shirts, Women’s & Girls’ Slacks & Trousers, Women’s & Girls’

Underwear and Nightwear and Women’s & Girls’ Other Garments

Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$

Million for the Years 2007 through 2013 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-84

Table 96: European 14-Year Perspective for Women’s andGirls’ Clothing by Product Segment – Percentage Breakdown ofValue Sales for Women’s & Girls’ Dresses, Women’s & Girls’Suits & Coats, Women’s & Girls’ Blouses & Shirts, Women’s &Girls’ Slacks & Trousers, Women’s & Girls’ Underwear andNightwear and Women’s & Girls’ Other Garments for the Years2007, 2015 & 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-85

4a. FRANCE III-86

A.Market Analysis III-86

Market Overview III-86

Table 97: French Apparel Market (Outerwear) by Gender

(2013): Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales – Women, Men

and Children (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-86

B.Market Analytics III-87

Table 98: French Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Women’s and Girls’ Clothing by Product Segment – Women’s &

Girls’ Dresses, Women’s & Girls’ Suits & Coats, Women’s &

Girls’ Blouses & Shirts, Women’s & Girls’ Slacks & Trousers,

Women’s & Girls’ Underwear and Nightwear and Women’s &

Girls’ Other Garments Independently Analyzed with Annual

Sales Figures in US$ Million for the Years 2014 through 2020

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-87

Table 99: French Historic Review for Women’s and Girls’Clothing by Product Segment – Women’s & Girls’ Dresses,Women’s & Girls’ Suits & Coats, Women’s & Girls’ Blouses &Shir

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Global Toys and Games Industry (PR Newswire)

September 7, 2015

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This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Toys and Games in US$ Million by the following Product Types: Games and Puzzles, Infant and Preschool, Activity and Construction Toys, Dolls and Action Figures, Vehicle Toys and Ride-Ons, Soft/Plush Toys, and Other Toys and Games. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and Latin America. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2014 through 2020. Also, a seven-year historic analysis is provided for these markets. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are primarily based on public domain information including company URLs. The report profiles 204 companies including many key and niche players such as –

Dream International Limited

Hasbro, Inc.

Integrity Toys, Inc.

JAKKS Pacific Inc.

K’NEX Brands, L.P

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I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS

Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1

Disclaimers I-2

Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2

Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3

Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3

Games and Puzzles I-3

Infant and Preschool Toys I-4

Activity and Construction Toys I-4

Dolls and Action Figures I-4

Vehicle Toys and Ride-Ons I-4

Soft and Plush Toys I-5

Other Toys and Games I-5

II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW II-1

Toys and Games – Not Just “Playthings” II-1

Down the Time Lane II-1

Global Toys and Games Market Scenario II-1

Current and Future Analysis II-2

Interactive Toys Seizing Market Share at the Cost of

Traditional Toys and Games II-2

Demographics Determine Market Growth II-3

Seasonality in Toy Sales – The ‘Christmas Factor’ II-3

Dynamic Fashion Trends Make Demand Unpredictable II-4

Developed Markets Lead in Per Capita Spending II-4

Table 1: Average Per Kid Spending on Toys in Select Countries

(2014) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-4

Competitive Scenario II-4

Increasing Number of Cross Industry Partnerships II-5

Problems Associated with Outsourcing of Production to Low Cost

Countries II-5

New Toy Design Ideas Come Mostly from Freelance Inventors II-6

Distribution Channel Analysis II-6

Mass Merchandisers Take the Lead II-6

Fragmented Retail Channels- Major Obstacle in Emerging Markets II-6

Online Channels Open New Avenues in Toys Sales II-7

Regulatory Scenario in Key Markets II-7

US II-7

European Union II-7

Japan II-8

Trade II-8

Safety and Environmental Protection Requirements – New

Challenges for Toy Exporters II-8

2. DRIVERS, TRENDS AND ISSUES II-9

Key Global Trends II-9

Innovation Propelling Growth II-9

Movies, Cartoons and Toys – A Profitable Equation II-9

Growth Trends in Emerging Markets II-10

Expanding Population Spells Opportunities for the Market II-10

Table 2: World Population by Geographic Region (2000-2050)

(in Millions) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-11

Growing Middle Class Population & Rising Disposable Incomes

Promise Growth II-11

Table 3: Global Middle Class Population by Geographic

Region: Percentage Share Breakdown for 2010, 2020 & 2030

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-12

Urbanization: A Mega Trend II-12

Table 4: Percentage of Urban Population in Select Countries

(2010 & 2050) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-13

Toy Licensing Gains Prominence II-14

Impact of 3D Printing on Toy Companies II-14

Changing Concepts for Girls’ Toys II-15

Outdoor and Sports Toys Attract Parents II-15

Toys as Collectibles – A Growing Trend II-15

Run Away Success of New Characters and Reality Television Shows II-15

The Retro Way II-16

Construction Craze II-16

Electronic and Intelligent Toys-Transforming Education II-16

Virtualization of Toys – A New Tech Driven Strategy II-17

Growing Preference for Advanced Toys Adversely Impacts Growth

Prospects II-17

3. SEGMENTAL ANALYSIS II-18

Games and Puzzles II-18

Traditional Games Continue to Interest Children in the Video

Game Era II-18

Move towards Digitization – A Challenge to Overcome II-18

Creators of Traditional Games Ally with Digital Game

Developers to Stay Relevant II-18

Manufacturers take Technology Infusion into Games to the Next

Level II-19

Market Trends II-19

Strategies in Board Games Change Gradually II-19

Growing Popularity of Business Board Games II-19

China’s New Found Interest in Physical Board Games II-19

Physical Board Game Parlors Spring up across China II-20

Card Games on the ‘Digital’ Path Too II-20

Infant and Preschool Toys II-20

Table 5: World Toys Market for Baby, Infant and Pre-Schoolers

(2014): Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales by Age Group

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-21

Factors Influencing Infant and Preschool Toy Demand II-21

Latin America and Asia-Pacific to Showcase Impressive Growth II-21

Activity and Construction Toys II-22

Construction Toys – It’s a Boy Thing II-22

Leading Brands in the Market II-22

Leading Construction Toy Brands in the US: Brands Ranked on

the Basis of Distribution (% Shelf-Space Occupied) with

Major Retailers II-22

Dolls and Action Figures II-23

Dolls and Action Figures – A Leading Traditional Toy Segment II-23

Controversies and Growth go Hand-in-Hand in the Dolls Market II-23

Doll Manufacturers Diversify II-23

Dolls Increasingly Used as a Medium to Spread Social Awareness II-24

Life-Like Interactive Dolls – Capturing Fancy of All II-24

Barbie: Mattel’s Trump Card II-24

Soft and Plush Toys II-25

Soft and Plush Toys Still Popular for Gifting Purposes II-25

Infant Plush Toys in Demand II-25

Winter Witnesses Highest Sales II-25

Popularity Grows for Soft Toy Replicas of Endangered Species II-26

Sports Mascots also Drive Growth II-26

4. PRODUCT OVERVIEW II-27

Toys II-27

Games and Puzzles II-27

Board Games II-27

The Inherent Features of Board Games II-28

Card Games II-28

‘Puzzle’ – A Definition II-29

Jigsaw Puzzles II-29

Word Puzzles II-29

Logic Puzzles II-29

Combination Puzzles II-29

Tiling Puzzles II-29

Picture Puzzles II-30

Transport Puzzles II-30

Tour Puzzles II-30

Infant and Preschool Toys and Games II-30

Cognitive Development in Infants II-30

Nurturing Cognitive Development through Toys and Play II-30

Age and Cognitive Connections II-31

What Toys do Infant and preschoolers Like to Play With? II-31

Safety, the Most Important Criteria II-31

Materials for Infant and Preschool Toys II-32

Ideas for New Toy Designs Come Mostly from Freelancers II-32

Health Risks from Unsafe Toys for Infants II-32

Infant and Preschool Toys II-33

Infant Mobiles II-33

Rattles II-34

Toy Pacifiers II-34

Toy Teethers II-35

Playgyms II-35

Infant Electronic Learning II-35

Bath Toys II-35

Musical Instruments II-35

Figures and Play Sets II-35

Talking and Sound Making Toys II-35

Kitchen, Food and Other Role Playing II-36

Activity/Construction Toys II-36

Construction Toys for Toddlers II-36

Foam Stacking Blocks II-36

Alphabet Blocks II-36

Select Products on the Market II-36

Lego Duplo II-36

Mega Bloks II-37

Preschool Construction Toys II-37

Select Products on the Market II-37

Bristle Blocks and Krinkles II-37

Wooden Building Blocks II-37

Gears II-37

Lincoln Logs II-37

Legos II-38

Dolls and Action Figures II-38

Dolls II-38

Nurturing Dolls and Accessories II-38

Fashion Dolls/Figures & Accessories II-38

Fashion Dolls/Figures II-38

Fashion Themed Clothes and Accessories II-39

Playset Themed Figurines and Accessories II-39

Doll Houses and Furniture II-39

Action Figures II-39

G.I. Joe Type II-40

All-Vinyl Figure II-40

Action Figure Accessories II-40

Vehicles/Ride-Ons II-40

Vehicle Toys II-40

Age-Appropriateness of Vehicle Toys II-40

12-18 Months II-40

19 Months – 2 Years II-41

2-3 Years II-41

4-8 Years II-41

9-12 Years II-41

Ride-Ons II-41

Types of Ride-Ons II-42

Pedal Ride-Ons II-42

Powered Ride-Ons II-42

Non-Pedal Ride-Ons II-42

Age-Appropriateness of Ride-on Toys II-43

12-18 Months II-43

19-23 Months II-43

2-3 Years II-43

4-5 Years II-43

6-8 Years II-43

9-12 Years II-43

Soft/Plush Toys II-44

Outer Covering of Soft and Plush Toys II-44

Materials Used for Stuffing Soft and Plush Toys II-44

Accessories II-44

Types of Soft Toys II-44

‘The Teddy Bear’ II-45

Other Toys and Games II-45

Crucial Factors in the Selection of Toys II-45

Toy Safety II-45

List of Standards and Regulations for Toy Safety in Select

Regions II-46

5. PRODUCT INNOVATIONS/INTRODUCTIONS II-47

Little Tikes Introduces New Toys for 2015 II-47

MGA Entertainment Unveils Hispanic Inspired Doll Collection II-47

Alex Brands® Unveils New Collections II-47

Alex Brands® Introduces New World of ZOOB® Line II-47

Ravensburger Unveils New Puzzle Collection for Adults II-47

Simba Toys Unveils Safiras Collection II-47

VTech Unveils New Learning Products for Children II-47

VTech Adds New Collections to its Friends and Animals, Go! Go!

Smart Wheels Lines II-47

VTech Unveils Flipsies™ Collection for Girls II-48

VTech Unveils Kidizoom II-48

K’NEX Unveils K-FORCE II-48

K’NEX Reveals New Collections II-48

Hasbro Unveils New Playskool Line II-48

Disney Unveils “LINE: Disney Tsum Tsum” II-48

LeapFrog Unveils LeapTV II-48

Sago Sago Introduces New Plush Toy Line Reflecting Sago Mini

Characters II-49

Sanrio Unveils New Lineup of Products II-49

Mattel Launches New Toy Lineup II-49

Nickelodeon Rolls Out Dual-Language Preschool Learning Toys

Inspired by Dora the Explorer II-49

Reeves Launches Partnership with Wow Toys® by Unveiling Two

Brand New Lines II-49

BioWare Rolls Out Dragon Age: Inquisition II-49

Hasbro Introduces Toy Box Tools II-49

K’NEX Introduces ” LINCOLN LOGS® Play it Forward” Sweepstakes II-49

K’NEX Introduces New Additions II-50

K’NEX Launches New Additions of K’NEX® Building Sets Line II-50

K’NEX Rolls Out First Line of Titanfall™ Building Sets II-50

K’NEX Joins Hands with PopCap Games, Introduces First Line of

Plants vs. Zombies™ Building Sets II-50

K’NEX Rolls Out New Additions to Super Mario® Building Sets II-50

K’NEX Unveils 25 New Products II-50

Playmates Toys Unveils New Toy Line Based on the TMNT Movie II-50

Disney Launches Disney Infinity II-51

Angry Birds Go Gets Hasbro’s Jenga and Telepods tie-ins II-51

Hasbro rolls out Star Wars Angry Birds Board Games II-51

Anki Unveils Anki Drive II-51

Hasbro Joins Hands with Marvel to Launch Mr. Potato Head Line II-51

Simba Toys Announces Plans to Add Stores II-51

JAKKS Launches miWorld Toy Line II-51

JAKKS Receives Manufacturing Rights for Nintendo Toy and

Costume Line II-51

K’NEX Launches 45 New Products II-52

K’NEX Rolls out New LINCOLN LOGS® Building Set II-52

K’NEX® Unveils K’NEXmen™ Mystery Figures II-52

Playmates Unveils New Ninja Products II-52

6. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY II-53

Ravensburger Acquires BRIO II-53

LEGO Group Partners with Warner Bros to Launch Lego® Building

Sets Inspired by Classic Animated Series Scooby-Doo™ II-53

Hasbro Calls on Transformers Fans for New Character Designs II-53

JAKKS Pacific Signs Licensing Agreement with Sony Pictures

Consumer Products and LAFIG for Smurf-Tastic Toys II-53

JAKKS Pacific Obtains Licensing Rights for Warcraft II-53

JAKKS Obtains Licensing Agreement for Halo from Microsoft Studios II-53

Hasbro Plans to Buy DreamWorks Animation II-53

Goliath Takes Over Pressman Toy II-54

Rocap Acquires Spiral Toys II-54

Starbreeze Takes Over Geminose II-54

Mattel Acquires MEGA Brands II-54

Asmodee Announces Merger Plans With Fantasy Flight II-54

P.S. XO Joins Hands with Seedling II-54

University Games Takes Over Briarpatch II-54

Propel Equity Acquires Assets of Summit Products II-54

Hasbro Inks Deal With Disney Hasbro II-55

3D Systems Co-Ventures with Hasbro II-55

Scientific Games Expands License Deals with Hasbro II-55

JAKKS Secures Licensing Deal with Microsoft Studios II-55

JAKKS Enters Into Joint Venture with Meisheng Culture II-55

Disguise Secures Licensing Agreement with DreamWorks Animation II-55

JAKKS Signs Agreement with SKECHERS II-55

JAKKS Inks Licensing Agreement with Nickelodeon II-55

Sanrio Joins Hands with Select Los Angeles Restaurants to

Launch Hello Kitty’s Hungry Hunt II-56

Playmates Joins Hands with Nickelodeon to Expand Teenage

Mutant Ninja Turtles Toy Line II-56

Hasbro Acquires Majority Stake in Backflip Studios II-56

TCG Enters Into Strategic Partnership with Ganz II-56

JAKKS Manufactures “El Chavo” Toys Line II-56

JAKKS Signs Agreement with Lucasfilm II-56

DreamPlay Rolls Out Disney-Branded DreamPlay™ Products II-56

7. FOCUS ON SELECT PLAYERS II-57

Dream International Limited ( Hong Kong) II-57

Hasbro, Inc. (US) II-57

Integrity Toys, Inc. (US) II-59

JAKKS Pacific Inc. (US) II-59

Kids II, Inc. (US) II-60

K’NEX Brands, L.P. (US) II-61

Konami Corporation ( Japan) II-61

LeapFrog Enterprises, Inc. (US) II-62

LEGO Group ( Denmark) II-62

Mattel, Inc. (US) II-63

Fisher-Price, Inc. (US) II-64

MEGA Brands, Inc. ( Canada) II-65

MGA Entertainment, Inc. (US) II-65

NAMCO BANDAI Holdings Inc. ( Japan) II-66

Playmates Toys, Inc. (US) II-66

Ravensburger AG ( Germany) II-66

Sanrio Company Ltd. ( Japan) II-67

Tarata Toys Ltd. ( New Zealand) II-67

TOMY Company Ltd. ( Japan) II-68

Toy Quest (US) II-68

VTech Holdings Limited ( Hong Kong) II-68

8. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE II-70

Table 6: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Toys

and Games by Geographic Region/Country – US, Canada, Japan,

Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East & Africa,

and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual

Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2014 through 2020

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-70

Table 7: World Historic Review for Toys and Games by

Geographic Region/Country – US, Canada, Japan, Europe,

Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East & Africa, and

Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual

Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2007 through 2013

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-71

Table 8: World 14-Year Perspective for Toys and Games by

Geographic Region/Country – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar

Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding

Japan), Middle East & Africa, and Latin American Markets for

Years 2007, 2015 and 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-72

Market by Product Type II-73

Table 9: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Games and Puzzles by Geographic Region/Country – US, Canada,

Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East &

Africa, and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with

Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2014 through

2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-73

Table 10: World Historic Review for Games and Puzzles by

Geographic Region/Country – US, Canada, Japan, Europe,

Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East & Africa, and

Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual

Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2007 through 2013

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-74

Table 11: World 14-Year Perspective for Games and Puzzles by

Geographic Region/Country – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar

Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding

Japan), Middle East & Africa, and Latin American Markets for

Years 2007, 2015 and 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-75

Table 12: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Infant and Preschool Toys by Geographic Region/Country – US,

Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle

East & Africa, and Latin American Markets Independently

Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years

2014 through 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-76

Table 13: World Historic Review for Infant and Preschool Toys

by Geographic Region/Country – US, Canada, Japan, Europe,

Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East & Africa, and

Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual

Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2007 through 2013

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-77

Table 14: World 14-Year Perspective for Infant and Preschool

Toys by Geographic Region/Country – Percentage Breakdown of

Dollar Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific

(excluding Japan), Middle East & Africa, and Latin American

Markets for Years 2007, 2015 and 2020 (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) II-78

Table 15: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Activity and Construction Toys by Geographic Region/Country –

US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan),

Middle East & Africa, and Latin American Markets Independently

Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years

2014 through 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-79

Table 16: World Historic Review for Activity and Construction

Toys by Geographic Region/Country – US, Canada, Japan, Europe,

Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East & Africa, and

Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual

Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2007 through 2013

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-80

Table 17: World 14-Year Perspective for Activity and

Construction Toys by Geographic Region/Country – Percentage

Breakdown of Dollar Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe,

Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East & Africa, and

Latin American Markets for Years 2007, 2015 and 2020 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-81

Table 18: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Dolls and Action Figures by Geographic Region/Country – US,

Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle

East & Africa, and Latin American Markets Independently

Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years

2014 through 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-82

Table 19: World Historic Review for Dolls and Action Figures

by Geographic Region/Country – US, Canada, Japan, Europe,

Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East & Africa, and

Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual

Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2007 through 2013

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-83

Table 20: World 14-Year Perspective for Dolls and Action

Figures by Geographic Region/Country – Percentage Breakdown of

Dollar Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific

(excluding Japan), Middle East & Africa, and Latin American

Markets for Years 2007, 2015 and 2020 (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) II-84

Table 21: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Vehicle Toys and Ride Ons by Geographic Region/Country – US,

Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle

East & Africa, and Latin American Markets Independently

Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years

2014 through 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-85

Table 22: World Historic Review for Vehicle Toys and Ride Ons

by Geographic Region/Country – US, Canada, Japan, Europe,

Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East & Africa, and

Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual

Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2007 through 2013

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-86

Table 23: World 14-Year Perspective for Vehicle Toys and Ride

Ons by Geographic Region/Country – Percentage Breakdown of

Dollar Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific

(excluding Japan), Middle East & Africa, and Latin American

Markets for Years 2007, 2015 and 2020 (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) II-87

Table 24: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Soft/Plush Toys by Geographic Region/Country – US, Canada,

Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East &

Africa, and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with

Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2014 through

2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-88

Table 25: World Historic Review for Soft/Plush Toys by

Geographic Region/Country – US, Canada, Japan, Europe,

Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East & Africa, and

Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual

Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2007 through 2013

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-89

Table 26: World 14-Year Perspective for Soft/Plush Toys by

Geographic Region/Country – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar

Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding

Japan), Middle East & Africa, and Latin American Markets for

Years 2007, 2015 and 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-90

Table 27: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Other Toys and Games by Geographic Region/Country – US,

Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle

East & Africa, and Latin American Markets Independently

Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years

2014 through 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-91

Table 28: World Historic Review for Other Toys and Games by

Geographic Region/Country – US, Canada, Japan, Europe,

Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East & Africa, and

Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual

Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2007 through 2013

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-92

Table 29: World 14-Year Perspective for Other Toys and Games

by Geographic Region/Country – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar

Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding

Japan), Middle East & Africa, and Latin American Markets for

Years 2007, 2015 and 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-93

III. MARKET

1. THE UNITED STATES III-1

A.Market Analysis III-1

Current and Future Analysis III-1

US Toy Industry – Quick Facts III-1

Increased Focus on License Acquisitions III-2

Ethnic Groups and Multicultural Toys III-2

Cyclical Nature of Toy and Games Demand III-2

Consolidation Rife in the Toy Industry III-2

Table 30: US Toy Industry: Breakup of Number of Companies

by Average Annual Sales III-3

Competition III-4

Table 31: US Toys and Games Market by Leading Players

(2014): Percentage Breakdown for Mattel, Hasbro, and Others

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-4

Table 32: US Construction Toys Market by Leading Players

(2013): Percentage Breakdown for Lego, Mega Brands, K’Nex,

Kre-O, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-4

Companies Move Manufacturing Base to Low Cost Countries in Asia III-4

Hobby and Toy Stores: A Perspective III-5

The Distribution Landscape III-5

Retailing Snapshots III-5

Role of Supercenters in the Retail Sector III-6

Rising Popularity of E-tailers III-6

Consumer and Retail Trends III-6

The Dominance of Mass Retailers III-6

Table 33: US Toys Market by Leading Retailers (2014):

Percentage Value Breakdown for Wal-Mart, Toys R Us, Amazon,

and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-7

‘Seasonality Factor’ Impacts Business III-7

The Grandparent Effect III-7

Consumers Become Tech Savvy III-8

App-Versions of Traditional Games Up Against Original Games III-8

Manufacturers Transforming Traditional Games into Digital

Games III-8

Shrinking Games and Puzzle Sales Impacting Toy Manufacturer

Revenues III-9

Technology Usage Increasing in Traditional Games III-9

Table 34: US Toys and Games Market by Type (2014):

Percentage Breakdown for Electronic, Non-Electronic, and

Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-9

Top 10 Traditional Toys in the US Market (2014) III-10

Segmental Trends III-10

Infant and Preschool Toy Trends III-10

Major Trends III-10

Baby Plush Remains Strong III-10

Electronic Babyplush Catching Up III-10

Plush Toys with Lights and Sounds, a New Phenomenon III-11

Activity Mats and Playgyms Picked up the Most III-11

Colors Make a Come Back III-11

Infant Products Market Grows Commensurate with the Rate of

Birth III-11

Limited Seasonality Creates Year Round Demand III-12

Building and Construction Toys III-12

Building and Construction Toys Drive Retail Growth in the

US Toy Market III-12

Lego Dominates the US Market for Construction Toys III-12

Dolls and Action Figures III-13

Consumers’ Gifting Habits Drive Doll Sales III-13

Demographics Favor Dolls and Action Figures Segment III-13

Table 35: Leading Brands in the US Fashion Dolls Market

(2014): Percentage Share Breakdown of Value Sales for

Barbie, Bratz and Others (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-13

Regulatory Scenario III-14

The Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 III-14

Exports and Imports Scenario III-14

Table 36: Leading Importers of Toys and Games from the US

(2013): Percentage Value Breakdown by Country (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-14

Table 37: Leading Exporters of Toys and Games to the US

(2013): Percentage Value Breakdown by Country (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-15

Table 38: Leading Exporters of Toys to the US (2014):

Percentage Value Breakdown by Country (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-15

Product Launches III-16

Strategic Corporate Developments III-20

Key Players III-23

B.Market Analytics III-37

Table 39: US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Toys

and Games by Product Type – Games and Puzzles, Infant and

Preschool Toys, Activity and Construction Toys, Dolls and

Action Figures, Vehicle Toys and Ride Ons, Soft/Plush Toys,

and Other Toys and Games Markets Independently Analyzed with

Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2014 through

2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-37

Table 40: US Historic Review for Toys and Games by Product

Type – Games and Puzzles, Infant and Preschool Toys,

Activity and Construction Toys, Dolls and Action Figures,

Vehicle Toys and Ride Ons, Soft/Plush Toys, and Other Toys

and Games Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales

Figures in US$ Million for Years 2007 through 2013 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-38

Table 41: US 14-Year Perspective for Toys and Games by

Product Type – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for

Games and Puzzles, Infant and Preschool Toys, Activity and

Construction Toys, Dolls and Action Figures, Vehicle Toys

and Ride Ons, Soft/Plush Toys, and Other Toys and Games

Markets for Years 2007, 2015 and 2020 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-39

2. CANADA III-40

A.Market Analysis III-40

Current and Future Analysis III-40

Market Snapshots III-40

Toy Industry Overview III-40

Puzzle Games on the Rise in Canada III-41

Canadian Parents Spend More on Child III-41

Regulatory Overview III-41

EXIM Statistics III-42

Table 42: Canadian Exports of Toys and Games (2013):

Percentage Breakdown of Export Value by Country of

Destination (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-42

Table 43: Canadian Imports of Toys and Games (2013):

Percentage Breakdown of Import Value by Country of Origin

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-42

Strategic Corporate Developments III-43

Key Players III-43

B.Market Analytics III-45

Table 44: Canadian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis

for Toys and Games by Product Type – Games and Puzzles,

Infant and Preschool Toys, Activity and Construction Toys,

Dolls and Action Figures, Vehicle Toys and Ride Ons,

Soft/Plush Toys, and Other Toys and Games Markets

Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$

Million for Years 2014 through 2020 (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-45

Table 45: Canadian Historic Review for Toys and Games by

Product Type – Games and Puzzles, Infant and Preschool Toys,

Activity and Construction Toys, Dolls and Action Figures,

Vehicle Toys and Ride Ons, Soft/ Plush Toys, and Other Toys

and Games Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales

Figures in US$ Million for Years 2007 through 2013 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-46

Table 46: Canadian 14-Year Perspective for Toys and Games by

Product Type – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for

Games and Puzzles, Infant and Preschool Toys, Activity and

Construction Toys, Dolls and Action Figures, Vehicle Toys

and Ride Ons, Soft/Plush Toys, and Other Toys and Games

Markets for Years 2007, 2015 and 2020 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-47

3. JAPAN III-48

A.Market Analysis III-48

Current and Future Analysis III-48

Market Overview III-48

Classification of Toys and Games by Category III-48

Categorization of Toys and Games by Consumer Segment III-49

Declining Birth Rate, a Major Hurdle III-49

Cyclicality of Demand III-49

Character Merchandising Unpredictable III-49

Online Shopping – The New Way to Shop III-49

Product Launch III-50

Key Players III-50

B.Market Analytics III-52

Table 47: Japanese Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis

for Toys and Games by Product Type – Games and Puzzles,

Infant and Preschool Toys, Activity and Construction Toys,

Dolls and Action Figures, Vehicle Toys and Ride Ons,

Soft/Plush Toys, and Other Toys and Games Markets

Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$

Million for Years 2014 through 2020 (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-52

Table 48: Japanese Historic Review for Toys and Games by

Product Type – Games and Puzzles, Infant and Preschool Toys,

Activity and Construction Toys, Dolls and Action Figures,

Vehicle Toys and Ride Ons, Soft/ Plush Toys, and Other Toys

and Games Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales

Figures in US$ Million for Years 2007 through 2013 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-53

Table 49: Japanese 14-Year Perspective for Toys and Games by

Product Type – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for

Games and Puzzles, Infant and Preschool Toys, Activity and

Construction Toys, Dolls and Action Figures, Vehicle Toys

and Ride Ons, Soft/Plush Toys, and Other Toys and Games

Markets for Years 2007, 2015 and 2020 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-54

4. EUROPE III-55

A.Market Analysis III-55

Current and Future Analysis III-55

European Toy Industry Fact Sheet III-55

Brief Market Overview III-56

The European Toy Industry – Analyzing Differences across

Countries III-56

The European Toy Industry – Organizational Structure III-56

Key Toy Producing Countries in the EU III-57

Distribution Channels III-57

Table 50: Leading Toy Distribution Channels in Top Markets

in the EU (2014): Percentage Share Breakdown of Value Sales

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-57

Toy Manufacturers Move Back Production Facilities to Europe III-57

Socio-Economic Factors Impacting Market Demand III-58

The European Union Toy Safety Directive III-58

B.Market Analytics III-59

Table 51: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis

for Toys and Games by Geographic Region/Country – France,

Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia and Rest of Europe Markets

Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$

Million for Years 2014 through 2020 (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-59

Table 52: European Historic Review for Toys and Games by

Geographic Region/Country – France, Germany, Italy, UK,

Spain, Russia and Rest of Europe Markets Independently

Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years

2007 through 2013 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-60

Table 53: European 14-Year Perspective for Toys and Games by

Geographic Region/ Country – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar

Sales for France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia and Rest

of Europe Markets for Years 2007, 2015 and 2020 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-61

Table 54: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis

for Toys and Games by Product Type – Games and Puzzles,

Infant and Preschool Toys, Activity and Construction Toys,

Dolls and Action Figures, Vehicle Toys and Ride Ons,

Soft/Plush Toys, and Other Toys and Games Markets

Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$

Million for Years 2014 through 2020 (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-62

Table 55: European Historic Review for Toys and Games by

Product Type – Games and Puzzles, Infant and Preschool Toys,

Activity and Construction Toys, Dolls and Action Figures,

Vehicle Toys and Ride Ons, Soft/Plush Toys, and Other Toys

and Games Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales

Figures in US$ Million for Years 2007 through 2013 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-63

Table 56: European 14-Year Perspective for Toys and Games by

Product Type – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for

Games and Puzzles, Infant and Preschool Toys, Activity and

Construction Toys, Dolls and Action Figures, Vehicle Toys

and Ride Ons, Soft/Plush Toys, and Other Toys and Games

Markets for Years 2007, 2015 and 2020 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-64

4a. FRANCE III-65

A.Market Analysis III-65

Current and Future Analysis III-65

Market Snapshots III-65

Market Overview III-66

Traditional Toys Witness Promising Sales despite Market

Saturation III-66

Varying Consumer Cycles Mark the Industry III-66

The Retail Scenario III-66

Table 57: French Toy Market (2014): Percentage Breakdown by

Distribution Channel (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-67

B.Market Analytics III-68

Table 58: French Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Toys and Games by Product Type – Games and Puzzles, Infant

and Preschool Toys, Activity and Construction Toys, Dolls

and Action Figures, Vehicle Toys and Ride Ons, Soft/Plush

Toys, and Other Toys and Games Markets Independently

Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years

2014 through 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-68

Table 59: French Historic Review for Toys and Games by

Product Type – Games and Puzzles, Infant and Preschool Toys,

Activity and Construction Toys, Dolls and Action Figures,

Vehicle Toys and Ride Ons, Soft/Plush Toys, and Other Toys

and Games Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales

Figures in US$ Million for Years 2007 through 2013 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-69

Table 60: French 14-Year Perspective for Toys and Games by

Product Type – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for

Games and Puzzles, Infant and Preschool Toys, Activity and

Construction Toys, Dolls and Action Figures, Vehicle Toys

and Ride Ons, Soft/Plush Toys, and Other Toys and Games

Markets for Years 2007, 2015 and 2020 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-70

4b. GERMANY III-71

A.Market Analysis III-71

Current and Future Analysis III-71

German Toy Industry Trends in a Nutshell III-71

Infant and Preschool Toys III-72

Innovation Drives Demand III-72

Race between Specialist Stores and Internet Retailing III-72

Table 61: German Toy Market (2014): Percentage Breakdown by

Distribution Channel (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-73

Product Launches III-73

Key Players III-73

B.Market Analytics III-75

Table 62: German Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Toys and Games by Product Type – Games and Puzzles, Infant

and Preschool Toys, Activity and Construction Toys, Dolls

and Action Figures, Vehicle Toys and Ride Ons, Soft/Plush

Toys, and Other Toys and Games Markets Independently

Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years

2014 through 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-75

Table 63: German Historic Review for Toys and Games by

Product Type – Games and Puzzles, Infant and Preschool Toys,

Activity and Construction Toys, Dolls and Action Figures,

Vehicle Toys and Ride Ons, Soft/Plush Toys, and Other Toys

and Games Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales

Figures in US$ Million for Years 2007 through 2013 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-76

Table 64: German 14-Year Perspective for Toys and Games by

Product Type – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for

Games and Puzzles, Infant and Preschool Toys, Activity and

Construction Toys, Dolls and Action Figures, Vehicle Toys

and Ride Ons, Soft/Plush Toys, and Other Toys and Games

Markets for Years 2007, 2015 and 2020 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-77

4c. ITALY III-78

A.Market Analysis III-78

Current and Future Analysis III-78

Popular Toys III-78

Seasonality Plays a Major Role III-78

Consumer Habits and Preferences III-78

Traditional Stores Struggle to Maintain Ground III-79

Table 65: Italian Toys Market (2014): Percentage Breakdown

by Distribution Channel (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-79

B.Market Analytics III-80

Table 66: Italian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Toys and Games by Product Type – Games and Puzzles, Infant

and Preschool Toys, Activity and Construction Toys, Dolls

and Action Figures, Vehicle Toys and Ride Ons, Soft/Plush

Toys, and Other Toys and Games Markets Independently

Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years

2014 through 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-80

Table 67: Italian Historic Review for Toys and Games by

Product Type – Games and Puzzles, Infant and Preschool Toys,

Activity and Construction Toys, Dolls and Action Figures,

Vehicle Toys and Ride Ons, Soft/Plush Toys, and Other Toys

and Games Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales

Figures in US$ Million for Years 2007 through 2013 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-81

Table 68: Italian 14-Year Perspective for Toys and Games by

Product Type – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for

Games and Puzzles, Infant and Preschool Toys, Activity and

Construction Toys, Dolls and Action Figures, Vehicle Toys

and Ride Ons, Soft/Plush Toys, and Other Toys and Games

Markets for Years 2007, 2015 and 2020 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-82

4d. THE UNITED KINGDOM III-83

A.Market Analysis III-83

Current and Future Analysis III-83

Key Toy Industry Trends in the United Kingdom III-83

Consumer Profile III-84

Market Dominated by Multinational Companies III-84

Table 69: Leading Player in the UK Toys and Games Market

(2013): Percentage Breakdown for Mattel, Hasbro, Lego, and

Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-84

Dolls Continue to Remain a Favorite III-85

WWE Action Figures Wrestling it Out III-85

Next Generation Consoles Dampen Growth Prospects III-85

Licensed Construction Toys Ruling the Roost III-85

Tax Breaks Propel Emergence of Startups III-85

Distribution Channel III-86

Table 70: UK Toy Market (2014): Percentage Breakdown by

Distribution Channel (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-86

Key Players III-86

B.Market Analytics III-87

Table 71: UK Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Toys

and Games by Product Type – Games and Puzzles, Infant and

Preschool Toys, Activity and Construction Toys, Dolls and

Action Figures, Vehicle Toys and Ride Ons, Soft/Plush Toys,

and Other Toys and Games Markets Independently Analyzed with

Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2014 through

2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-87

Table 72: UK Historic Review for Toys and Games by Product

Type – Games and Puzzles, Infant and Preschool Toys,

Activity and Construction Toys, Dolls and Action Figures,

Vehicle Toys and Ride Ons, Soft/Plush Toys, and Other Toys

and Games Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales

Figures in US$ Million for Years 2007 through 2013 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-88

Table 73: UK 14-Year Perspective for Toys and Games by

Product Type – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for

Games and Puzzles, Infant and Preschool Toys, Activity and

Construction Toys, Dolls and Action Figures, Vehicle Toys

and Ride Ons, Soft/Plush Toys, and Other Toys and Games

Markets for Years 2007, 2015 and 2020 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-89

4e. SPAIN III-90

A.Market Analysis III-90

Current and Future Analysis III-90

Snapshots III-90

A Brief Market Review III-90

Factors Influencing the Market III-90

Sources of Supply III-90

Legislative Issues III-90

Consumer Lifestyle III-91

Seasonality III-91

Evolving Distribution Channels III-91

Table 74: Spanish Toys Market (2014): Percentage Breakdown

by Distribution Channel (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-92

B.Market Analytics III-93

Table 75: Spanish Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Toys and Games by Product Type – Games and Puzzles, Infant

and Preschool Toys, Activity and Construction Toys, Dolls

and Action Figures, Vehicle Toys and Ride Ons, Soft/Plush

Toys, and Other Toys and Games Markets Independently

Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years

2014 through 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-93

Table 76: Spanish Historic Review for Toys and Games by

Product Type – Games and Puzzles, Infant and Preschool Toys,

Activity and Construction Toys, Dolls and Action Figures,

Vehicle Toys and Ride Ons, Soft/Plush Toys, and Other Toys

and Games Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales

Figures in US$ Million for Years 2007 through 2013 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-94

Table 77: Spanish 14-Year Perspective for Toys and Games by

Product Type – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for

Games and Puzzles, Infant and Preschool Toys, Activity and

Construction Toys, Dolls and Action Figures, Vehicle Toys

and Ride Ons, Soft/Plush Toys, and Other Toys and Games

Markets for Years 2007, 2015 and 2020 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-95

4f. RUSSIA III-96

A.Market Analysis III-96

Current and Future Analysis III-96

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By Belen Fernandez  

When it comes to terrorising people, the US beats the Islamic Republic, hands down.

“One should have a single, not a double, standard.”

These were the (translated) words of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, speaking at a conference I recently attended in Tehran. His observation was in reference to the habit of the United States & Co of decrying terrorism but then applauding terroristic behaviour when it serves their interests.

US mastery of the double standard means that, for example, the word “terrorism” is dutifully applied to situations in which planes are flown into US buildings, but not to ones in which US warships shoot down Iranian passenger jets , killing everyone on board.

A look at reality

While Iran is portrayed in Western and Israeli circles as a relentless supporter of terrorism worldwide, the conference focused on a less politically convenient reality: that of Iran as a victim of terror.

According to Iranian calculations, more than 17,000 persons have perished as a result of terrorist operations in the country since the Islamic revolution of 1979. The majority of these were perpetrated by the anti-government Mujahedin-e-Khalq (MEK).

Casualties have included three-year-old Fatima Taleghani, who burned to death when MEK members set fire to her room, teenager Zeynab Kamayee, who was reportedly suffocated with her veil, and 35-year-old Dariush Rezaeinejad, one of five Iranian scientists assassinated in recent years – apparently with the help of the Israelis .


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In Tehran, I spoke with Rezaeinejad’s widow, Shohreh Pirani, and the couple’s eight-year-old daughter, who advised her mother which family photographs to show me on the mobile phone.

A researcher and academic, as well as a deputy at the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, Rezaeinejad was fatally shot in July 2011. Pirani described to me the devastating psychological aftermath of witnessing the shooting, but nevertheless, she stressed the sorrow she felt for the perpetrators of the crime; terrorist acts, she said, were driven by desperation.

‘Material support’

The US government has also demonstrated sympathy for select Iranian terrorists, albeit in a far less noble fashion. In 2012, the US state department delisted the MEK as a Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO), despite reports of continuing terroristic activities.

Prominent journalist and constitutional lawyer Glenn Greenwald described the delisting as ”

more vividly illustrat[ing] the rot and corruption at the heart of America’s DC-based political culture than almost any episode I can recall”.

While still on the FTO list, Greenwald wrote, the MEK had thrown large sums of money at an array of Democratic and Republican personalities, journalists, and other opinion shapers, who then became advocates for the organisation.

Along with previous

training sessions

in the US for MEK operatives, Greenwald argued that such collaborative arrangements seemed to constitute “material support” for terrorism – a felony under US law.

But the US justice system prefers to reserve this crime for hapless Muslims, like Syed Fahad Hashmi, a US citizen and Brooklyn College graduate sentenced to 15 years in prison – following several years of pre-trial solitary confinement – for allegedly providing material support to al-Qaeda.


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What was the exact nature of Hashmi’s “support”? Having once provided temporary accommodation in London to a man who happened to supply al-Qaeda members with socks and rain ponchos .

The US on trial

Again, the term “double standard” comes to mind.

And it returns with a recent Wall Street Journal

article

titled: “Terror Victims Eye Thawing with Iran”, which explains that “[o]ver the past two decades, terrorism victims have filed about 100 lawsuits against Iran in US courts”, alleging Iranian sponsorship of attacks ranging from the 1983 Marine barracks bombing in Beirut to 9/11.

Citing testimonies from the victims’ lawyers, the article notes that “lifting just the nuclear sanctions [against Iran] could free up billions of Iranian assets in Europe and elsewhere that victims may attempt to seize as part of their judgements”.

The barracks bombing is regularly attributed to the Iranian-backed Lebanese Hezbollah – which didn’t officially exist at the time. If we follow the above line of reasoning, however, it appears that the US is eligible for a fairly infinite number of lawsuits – in Lebanon and beyond.

Not only did the US

rush shipments

of weaponry to Israel during its assault on Lebanon in 2006 – an affair that dispensed with approximately 1,200 human lives, most of them

civilian  – 

it also contributed financially and morally to Israel’s sustained

terrorism

in Gaza via billions of dollars in annual aid and ceaseless repetitions of the mantra that Israel is engaged in self-defence.

Standard operating procedure

Other US hobbies, like

drone strikes

and imperialist wars, can also be pretty terroristic in nature.

Furthermore, as California-based independent researcher Soraya Sepahpour-Ulrich remarked during her presentation at the conference in Tehran: economic sanctions against Iran constitute a form of “UN-sanctioned terrorism” given their detrimental effects on the well-being of innocent civilians.

One of the more glaring examples of the ruthlessness of sanctions is, of course, Iraq. Reports in 1996 that half-a-million children had so far died as a result of the policy elicited the following response from then-Secretary of State Madeleine Albright: “We think the price is worth it.”

Indeed, when it comes to terrorising people, the “land of the free” beats the Islamic Republic, hands down. But the victory goes largely unreported in mainstream circles because double standards have become standard operating procedure.

Belen Fernandez is the author of The Imperial Messenger: Thomas Friedman at Work, published by Verso. She is a contributing editor at Jacobin Magazine.

The views expressed in this article are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect Al Jazeera’s editorial policy.

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