Family Clothing Stores in Canada Industry Market Research Report from IBISWorld Has Been Updated

As the economy recovers and consumer sentiment rebounds, shoppers will increasingly purchase clothes for fashion rather than just for function. For these reasons, industry research firm IBISWorld has updated a report on the Family Clothing Stores industry in its growing industry report collection.

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E-tailers pose a threat, as they offer convenience not found in traditional stores.

New York, NY (PRWEB) February 21, 2014

During the recession, the Family Clothing Stores industry experienced declining revenue, but it is expected to grow 2.7% in 2014. “The industry has performed better than some of its specialty-store counterparts, managing to stay afloat due to the fact that its products are necessities for consumers, according to IBISWorld Industry Analyst Vanessa Giraldo. As a result, revenue has increased at an average annual rate of 2.1% to $29.4 billion over the five years to 2014, despite the recessionary declines.

Employment in the Family Clothing Stores industry also dropped during the recession. With demand diminishing and profit margins (earnings before interest and tax) dropping prior to the economic downfall, operators had to cut costs. Nevertheless, because retail industries still require a sizable staff to run the day-to-day operations of a store, employment has rebounded since the recession, resulting in average growth of 2.8% per year, to reach 33,701 employees in 2014.

IBISWorld forecasts a continued and steady recovery for the Family Clothing Stores industry. As the economy recovers and consumer sentiment rebounds, shoppers will increasingly purchase clothes for fashion rather than just for function. New stores will likely open to meet the growing demand, pushing up the total number of family clothing retailer locations. “However, threats loom from competing industries, especially the E-Commerce and Online Auctions industry,” says Giraldo. These e-tailers offer consumers convenience not found in traditional brick-and-mortar stores, as well as selection and price comparison abilities. This competing industry is set to expand its reach, posing a potential threat to the Family Clothing Stores industry.

For more information, visit IBISWorld’s Family Clothing Stores in Canada industry report page.

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Stores participating in this industry specialize in retailing new clothing for men, women and children, without specializing in sales for an individual gender or age group. These establishments may also provide basic alterations, such as hemming, taking in or letting out seams and lengthening or shortening sleeves.

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