Bra Queen - Lingerie Business Mentor, Lingerie Blog Melbourne. Global financial crisis to now The Australian lingerie industry has been slow to recover from the global financial crisis, yet the GFC didn’t hit us anywhere near as hard as the USA and the UK.
Interestingly, that fear not fact is enough to tighten wallets. Research shows that lingerie is a necessity and there are sales in the industry during every economic downturn. Women often source basic lines over luxury lines, however that depends on bra size, 40% of Australian women are a D Cup plus and availability in larger cup sizes is hard to source.
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Part of the reason is the market is getting crowded. The arrival of US lingerie juggernaut Victoria’s Secret in 2012, hot on the heels of the launch of Theo Paphitis’ Boux Avenue, certainly turned up the dial. But it’s not just the specialists – fashion brands like Topshop and Forever 21 are getting in on the act by launching their own lines. And you can’t blame them – the UK underwear market is worth a rather tempting £1.5bn. Competition over market share is spilling over into competition over share of voice, evidenced by the fact that advertising spend in the sector has increased by 58% year on year.
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According to a survey by laundry specialists, Dr. Beckmann, women now own an average of 34 pairs of knickers in comparison to just 12 back in 1999. Hosiery in Australia. Executive Summary Hosiery delivered 2% current value growth in 2015, reflecting the growth of a highly mature category.
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Ryman which has 220 stores nationwide registered a like for like increase in sales of 0.7% with increased gross margin. Robert Dyas with 95 stores mainly in the south, saw sales decline by 2.5% following strong growth over the last three years. However, gross margins increased. Profile: Theo Paphitis. Theo Paphitis’s office in Wimbledon, south-west London is not exactly a Dragon’s Den. The room has plenty of reminders of his former role on the BBC programme, including furniture made by eco-friendly venture Reestore – one of his investments on the show – and a business book by fellow ‘dragon’ Duncan Bannatyne on his coffee table. But the room is brighter and altogether more welcoming than the ominous lair in which Paphitis used to sit and cast judgement on the business plans of hopeful entrepreneurs. The office is Paphitis’s command centre for his diverse trio of retail businesses: the stationer Ryman, home and hardware chain Robert Dyas and lingerie brand Boux Avenue.
Paphitis left Dragons’ Den in 2013 to focus on growing these companies and was rewarded last month with his best ever set of trading figures. Theo Paphitis Retail Group; Christmas & Financial Year End 2015 Trading Statement. Theo Paphitis Retail Group; Christmas & Financial Year End 2015 Trading Statement Positive like for like sales and margin growth delivered by the Theo Paphitis Retail Group for Christmas 2015 trading period, being 6 weeks to 24 December. – Boux Avenue currently with 28 stores in the UK, saw like for like increase in sales of 8.3%, building on 31.7% last year, as well as increased gross margin. – Ryman which has 220 stores nationwide registered a like for like increase in sales of 0.7% with increased gross margin. – Robert Dyas with 95 stores mainly in the south, saw sales decline by 2.5% following strong growth over the last three years.
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