Global Trail Sports Accessories Market 2020 Key Regions, Major Manufacturers Performance, Value Chain and Sales Channels Analysis 2026

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Nov 17, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
Global Trail Sports Accessories Market 2020 by Company, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2026 interprets market overview, value chain structure, industrial environment, regional analysis, applications, market size, and forecast. The report is one of the most comprehensive and important additions to our archive of market research studies. The report presents an extensive analysis of market competition, regional expansion, and market segmentation by type, application, and geography supported by exact market figures. The report discusses different growth drivers, market challenges and restraints, and trends, and opportunities in detail. It focuses on the global Trail Sports Accessories market trends, future forecasts, growth opportunities, key end-user industries, and market players. The objectives of the study are to present the key developments of the market across key regions.

Report Description:

The research report features an in-depth investigation of the potential segments including product type, application, and end-user, and their contribution to the overall global Trail Sports Accessories market size. A detailed outlook and future prospects of the industry are given. The report also includes various topics like market size & share, product types, applications, key market drivers & restraints, challenges, growth opportunities, key players, competitive landscape. It considers key aspects of every leading player such as company size, market share, market growth, revenue, production volume, and profits. The report splits the market size, by volume and value, on the basis of application type and geography.


NOTE: Our analysts monitoring the situation across the globe explains that the market will generate remunerative prospects for producers post COVID-19 crisis. The report aims to provide an additional illustration of the latest scenario, economic slowdown, and COVID-19 impact on the overall industry.

The market report mainly contains the following manufacturers: Newell Brands Inc., V.F. Corporation, Columbia Sportswear Company, Wolverine World Wide, Inc., Big Agnes, Inc., Skechers USA, Inc., Adidas AG., Amer Sports Corporation, Black Diamond, Inc., Deckers Outdoor Corporation,

The report highlights product types which are as follows: Shoes, Tent, Backpack, Trekking pole, Head lamps/lanterns, Helmet, Gloves, Others

The report highlights top applications which are as follows: offline store, online store,

Regional Overview: Global Market:

  • The report gives an understanding of global Trail Sports Accessories market overview, details on leading market participants, including details on upstream and downstream market developments.
  • Inputs on crucial areas such as dominant trends, upstream and downstream developments inclusive of vital details such as product and services extensions, portfolio diversification
  • Further, the report also gives its readers with an immense understanding of various stakeholder developments, new segment expansions, opportunity
  • An assessment of budding opportunities as well as growth across regions and countries
  • Geographically, this report studies the top producers and consumers, focuses on product capacity, production, value, consumption, market share, and growth opportunity in these key regions, covering: North America (United States, Canada and Mexico), Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy), Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India
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Palm Beach author channels rejection by birth mother, fashion industry experiences in debut novel

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Debut author Deborah Robinson has no words of affection for the woman who gave birth to her.

“I felt love for my parents, the ones who adopted me, not for her,” Robinson said. “Did I want her to like me and accept me? Of course I did, but that just didn’t happen. She did not want me, and she had no interest in getting to know me. She wasn’t my mother, she was a ‘biological incubator.’” 

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Robinson, a longtime resident, wrote her debut fiction novel “Lily Rose” as a way to narrate the experience and pain of being abandoned by her biological mother. 

“The book actually started out as a memoir, and it was cathartic in the beginning. But as I started to write, I began to see that writing it as a memoir was not a good idea, and it would be better to write it as a fiction book. I wanted to make these particular characters their own,” Robinson said.

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“Lily Rose” begins with the story of vivacious teenager Anna James Jefferson (“Jeff”), who is desperate to leave her small town of Paris, Kentucky. She falls head over heels for a well-to-do prep school boy named Eric, and Jeff begins to see all of her dreams start to come true.

But the romance is cut short  when Jeff finds out she’s pregnant and Eric refuses to marry her. 

Considering the challenges of being an unwed teen mother in a conservative Southern town, Jeff decides to put the baby up for adoption, but not before giving her a name: Lily Rose.

The second part of the novel follows Lily Rose’s life, her journey from small-town girl to fashion icon fame in New York City and an eventual reunion with her birth mother, which doesn’t go quite as planned. 

Robinson said the name of her book’s main character is the one her birth mother gave her when she was born. Her adoptive parents eventually changed it to Deborah, but she feels Lily Rose is an important part of her identity, even if she never had a relationship with the woman who gave it to her.

“Part of the reason I wrote the book was to examine the question of nature versus nurture, and to see exactly how far the apple falls from the tree,” Robinson said. 

Like her protagonist, Robinson also moved from Kentucky to New York City at 23. She very much wanted to be part of the Manhattan fashion circuit, but had no idea how to do it.

“I took a small job as a fashion assistant in a store, and I started moving up from there.  I think I was at the right place at the right time, and I was good at what I did,” Robinson said.  “When I was about 28 years old,

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Ariana Grande Channels 1960s Fashion Icons in Empowering New Music Video for ‘Positions’

Ariana Grande is channeling fashion icons like Brigitte Bardot and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis as she takes on the many different roles of 1960s feminists in an empowering music video for her new single “Positions.”

On Wednesday, the singer, 27, posted a series of Instagram photos showing off her ’60s-inspired glam and eight different retro looks she wore throughout the 3-minute video.

Ariana Grande/Instagram

Ariana Grande/Instagram

“what’s your favorite look from the positions video ? styled by @mimicuttrell 🤍 lmk and vote for Biden,” Grande captioned the post.

In the photos, the “7 Rings” singer is sporting a black peplum dress, a bright yellow skirt suit, a corset apron, Mod-inspired stud earrings, a thick white headband, a pillbox hat and, of course, her signature winged eyeliner.

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“I love them all, can’t choose,” one person wrote in the comment section. “Umm all of them!! @mimicuttrell DID that!! The 60s/presidential glam styling suits you so well 😍”

Ariana Grande/Instagram

Ariana Grande/Instagram

The video depicts Grande as the President of the United States, effortlessly balancing her personal life with her professional one. And from the outfits, to the hair and makeup, to the accessories, the star and her stylist, Mimi Cuttrell, perfectly captured an era marked by second wave of feminism.

Ariana Grande/Instagram

Earlier this month, Grande teased her upcoming album on Instagram with a cryptic video of herself typing the word “positions” on a keyboard.

Grande later launched two countdowns on her official website, which fans presume are for her new single and a full album. According to the two clocks, the single will arrive on Oct. 23 while the album will drop just in time for Halloween on Oct. 30.

The LP will be Grande’s sixth studio album, following 2019’s Thank U, Next.

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She initially teased the new music in a tweet that read, “I can’t wait to give you my album this month.”

Grande’s upcoming album has a tough act to follow, with Thank U, Next breaking multiple streaming records upon release.

Ariana Grande/Instagram

The album’s title track and “7 Rings” both debuted atop the Billboard Hot 100 and “Break Up with Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored” followed suit on the day of the album’s release.

The “Sweetener” singer scored four Grammy nominations for her work on Thank U, Next. The album itself was nominated for album of the year and best pop vocal album at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards, while its single “7 Rings” was nominated for record of the year and best pop solo performance.

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Influencers’ next frontier: their own live shopping channels

Carla Stevenné’s first live stream terrified her. As part of Amazon Live’s influencer beta group, she needed to find stuff to sell, and she needed to figure out how to fill her allotted hour. She had never tried to hawk products live before, let alone fill 60 minutes talking to herself and a camera. She looked around her house. A few things stood out: a waterproof Bluetooth speaker, Crest 3D Whitestrips, and a Bluetooth karaoke machine.

“I’m looking at the time, I was 15 minutes in, [and] I’m like, ‘O. M. G., 45 more minutes to get to an hour — I do not know how I’m going to do this.’” she says.

Almost no one tuned into Stevenné’s first stream, but now, more than 200 streams later, she says an hour is nowhere near as daunting, and hundreds of people can tune in at a time.

2020 has been the year of live shopping for US tech companies. Amazon launched Amazon Live for influencers in July, and Instagram and Facebook launched live shopping features in August. Google’s R&D division, Area 21, also launched Shoploop, which isn’t live but offers shoppable stories, and smaller startups continued their efforts to make live shopping not just a thing, but the future of retail. On every platform, it ends up looking like a modern twist on QVC — but with influencers instead of celebrities, and those influencers getting a cut of the sales.

Carla Stevenné showed off beauty products on a recent live stream.

There’s good reason for tech companies to believe live shopping could be big in the US: it’s already massive in China. In March, 60 million people tuned into shopping live streams, an increase of 126 million compared to last June, according to a report published by the China Internet Network Information Center. Even Kim Kardashian West partnered with a prolific Chinese influencer on a live shopping stream and reportedly sold 15,000 bottles of perfume almost instantly.

“Live shopping is this really fantastic one-two punch of discovery and consideration in one-go, and it naturally is a medium that lends itself to entertainment, so shopping as entertainment,” says Layla Amjadi, Instagram’s product lead for shopping. “You get to not only discover that product but then you get to hear about it, you get to see it in motion, see it in action.”

Plus, with a pandemic shutting down retail storefronts, the transition to online shopping has only intensified. Live shopping could become a tenet of retail, especially when coupled with the reach and enthusiasm of influencers.

Hélène Heath shows mascara in one of her Shoploop videos.

Amjadi says that 40,000 people tuned in when makeup YouTuber Nikita Dragun hosted a live shopping event on Instagram. Five thousand items were added to shopping carts throughout the segment, she says. And the sales were all a boon for Dragun since she only sold her own branded products.

“There’s a lot of latent demand for discovering brands and products from the people that you

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Benefits of Getting a Product on Home Shopping Channels

Getting a product on QVC (or getting a product on HSN or other home shopping networks) is a goal for many companies and / or inventors. In fact, for many companies or products, it's one of the biggest steps they can take.

But why is this so? Especially in this day and age of mass media and websites, where something like television is seemingly diminished. Why is it such an overriding goal to be on home shopping channels?

The answers are several, and I'll go over a few huge benefits to getting your product on TV.

The first benefit, obviously, is massive exposure. QVC, HSN, and other home shopping networks comprise some of the largest television networks on the planet, and have an eager, enthusiastic audience. While much commercial television has seen a steep decline over the past decade, the home shopping networks remain both relevant and strong. Their audiences have favorite hosts, favorite product types, and are regular viewers. And most importantly, they have money to spend.

The second benefit is a huge influx of sales. This huge audience that the home shopping networks command is an audience that buys. Hundreds or (even thousands) of sales per segment are quite common. In fact, there's no single sales tool quite as effective as a slot on a home shopping channel (plus, don't forget that all the home shopping networks have massive websites as well, and do online marketing quite well – I just got a " check out these offers "e-mail from QVC as I'm typing this.)

Another side benefit to all of this exposure is being seen by specific, important people – like buyers for chains. Don't think for one minute that buyers from retail chains aren't watching home shopping channels. They are watching, and this often gives them insight on not only new products, but also what type of products audiences respond to best. Getting your product into a retail chain can be hard, but if you are on QVC (et al) first, it becomes a lot easier.

So we have exposure and sales, the two most important aspects to most companies. What else is there? How about a chance to hone your own sales skills and pitch? When YOU are on camera, you are doing the selling (with help from the host, of course). But this really lets you show your sales chops, and your enthusiasm for your product. I realize not everyone will embrace this part, but for a certain type of entrepreneur, this kind of selling can be invaluable.

To wrap this up, the simple premise is this: Getting a product on TV can be richly rewarding, in more ways than one.

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