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Home | Suitsupply Online Store HELMUT LANG JOURNAL Naturmode, Bio Mode, Ökotextilien, Naturkleidung, Babykleidung im hessnatur Online Shop An Ethical Boutique: Vegan, Sustainable, Charitable, Fair Wage Fashion – Bead & Reel s Trend Briefing covering "10 Crucial Consumer Trends for 2013" “Local manufacturing is the new Service Economy.” In 2013, manufacturing is coming home, that is, if ‘home’ is a mature market. Driving this trend: the perfect storm of consumers’ ever-greater NEWISM, the expectation of getting just the right product (and NOW!), eco-concerns and the desire for more interesting STATUS STORIES, all combined with the spread of new local manufacturing technologies such as 3D-printing and make-on-demand. And of course, consumer embrace of AGAIN MADE HERE will be welcome news for executives concerned by rising labor costs in China, long lead times and fragile global supply chains. Just one stat to kick-start the discussion: Four out of five US shoppers (76%) notice "Made in the USA" claims and labels, and are more likely to purchase that product (Source: Perception Research, July 2012). Observant readers will have by now noted how PRESUMERS and AGAIN MADE HERE will feed off each other in the coming months. Source: NYCMayorsOffice Tesla Model S: Made in California

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