As social networks try to stay one step ahead of the largest market that uses the medium, it’s important to see which features are most important to specific demographics and why.
How China’s Youth Culture May be America’s Best New Fashion Market -Excerpts and Data from Label Networks’ China Youth Culture Study
Label Networks’ 3rd China Youth Culture Study covering Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou reveals that despite the global economic downturn, the tables have turned as American fashion brands discover new market opportunities.
Youth Culture Study Reveals Significant Changes in Market Trends and Opportunities in Fashion, Footwear, New Media, Technology, Communication, Entertainment, Sports, Spending, and More
Retail Round-up: Volcom Down 8% but Beats Expectations; Gap’s On the Rise and Here’s Why; H&M Proves New Strategies Work; Billabong Dips and Misses the Mark
More strategies than you can possibly imagine, indicating what works and what doesn’t when it comes to retail, fashion, action sports-inspired brands, and youth culture.
Fresh Data Reveals Blogging Pattern Changes and How This Impacts Communication -Results from Label Networks’ Spring Study 2009
The Digital Lifestyle of Youth Culture Since the Recession/Depression is Changing. Here’s a Sneak Preview of New Data from Label Networks’ Spring Study 2009.
The European (and Japanese) Retail Invasion into the USA Continues with Topshop and Topman Opening in NYC -Where Topshop Ranks Among European Youth Culture Forecasts Why This Is Significant
Our European Youth Culture Study pointed out the growing demand, this time a British formula for success.