Member Brief No. 21: Emerging Apparel Category Report

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In 2017, the online apparel market amassed a $100 billion dollar year for the first time in history. Consumers have grown accustomed to making these types of purchases without the need to touch, try, or toil with their buying decisions. In this report, we break down two subcategories of the online apparel market. They share one thing in common: each category has been disrupted in the past two years and in both cases, there’s more to come.

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Member Brief No. 19: Ten Takeaways

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The apparel category is overly crowded. Frankly, without a great branding agency, luck, and some strong salesmanship: it is nearly impossible for upstart brands to establish themselves in an ecosystem that seems to be evolving by the month. In this report, 2PM looks at the state of the online apparel market ($98.5 in FY17 – up 16%) and ten takeaways from the recently released IR 2018 report.

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Member Brief No. 18: The Puma Report

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Brands. If you’ve built a great product, you’ll need an audience. And if you’ve built a captive audience, you’ll need a great product. Draft night has come and gone. This year, a brand was the night’s biggest story. Puma was last relevant in the basketball world when NBA legend and current Knicks commentator Walt “Clyde” Frazier played in the 1970’s. Founded by the younger brother of Adidas’ Adolf Dassler, Rudolf’s Puma brand is historically viewed as the little brother to Adidas.

Read up on how they’ve executed on big brother’s lessons.

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