Childrens Footwear in South Africa - Sector Overview, Brand Shares, Market Size and Forecast to 2025

Childrens Footwear in South Africa - Sector Overview, Brand Shares, Market Size and Forecast to 2025

  • September 2021 •
  • 26 pages •
  • Report ID: 6176264 •
  • Format: PDF
Childrens Footwear in South Africa - Sector Overview, Brand Shares, Market Size and Forecast to 2025

Summary
Childrens Footwear in South Africa - Sector Overview, Brand Shares, Market Size and Forecast to 2025 provides both the historic and forecast market data of total apparel sales, and the children’s footwear market in South Africa.It illustrates the data with charts, graphs and tables summarizing the value and volume trends, with category details in children’s footwear.

The forecasts include the impact of COVID-19 on growth. The report also reveals major brand’s share in apparel & children’s footwear with their price and market positioning in 2020.

Furthermore, this report showcases the trends in the market and sectors by value and volume. It also reveals the brand leaders by market share in 2020 in each of the sectors as well as total apparel.

Scope
- The overall apparel market in South Africa is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 6.7% between 2020 and 2025 to reach ZAR 201.5bn.
- Children’s footwear will grow at 5.3% to reach ZAR 10.3bn by 2025
- Shoes & boots in children’s footwear dominates the sales and Trainers expected to be the fastest growing category
- Pep led the market in 2020 with 7.9% market share followed by Nike (5.0%) and Ackermans (3.3%)

Reasons to Buy
- Gain a comprehensive view of the children’s footwear market and forecasts to 2025
- Explore new opportunities that will allow you to align your product offerings and strategies to meet demand following the impact of Covid-19 on the apparel market
- Investigate current and forecast trends in children’s footwear categories to identify the opportunities offering the most potential
- Understand who the main competitors are in the sector and the price positioning
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