Margins on International Distribution of Children's Gear
After exhaustive research, we could not find information regarding margins on the international distribution of children's gear.
- In 2020, the global market for Baby Products was approximately US$11.7 billion, and it is projected to reach over $15.2 billion by 2027.
- In 2021, revenue in the baby's apparel segment is US$49,418m, and the market is expected to experience annual growth of 6.63% (CAGR 2021-2025).
- According to Alliance experts, the margin of distribution may range from 3% to 30% of the sales price, depending on the type of product and the person paying for the marketing activities.
- The average distribution margin for clothing and apparel product categories is 15-30%.
We consulted reliable websites, statistical analyses, expert analyses, industry-related reports, and databases like Statistica to look for information about range, median, and average percentage fee for international licensing agreements in the baby gear space. We anticipated finding compiled information about margins on international distribution of children's gear. Unfortunately, the desired information about the rates for international licensing agreements in the children's gear ecosystem was not publicly available. Additional information such as upfront fees, renewal periods, and other typical contract elements was equally not publicly available. Most of the obtained information touched on the market size for baby wears and its projected growth.
Next, we expanded the research scope to include margins on the international distribution of baby products. The research team expected to find statistics about the range, median, and average percentage rates for international licensing agreements of different baby product segments such as gear, clothing, diapering, gifts, safety, etc. We combed through credible websites, statistical databases, and industry reports for the desired information. We hoped to find information about margins on the international distribution of various baby product segments and extract the one relevant to the baby gear segment. Regretfully, the desired information was not publicly available. Alliance Experts' article presented details about the average retail margin and distribution margin for different product categories. However, the product categories did not include baby gear.
Finally, we tailored the research towards margins on the international distribution of individual baby gear products. The research team searched through reliable websites, statistical databases, and industry reports for information about the range, median, and average percentage fee for international licensing agreements involving baby gear products like strollers, car seats, baby monitors, baby slings, buying guides, diaper bags, high chairs, etc. We hoped to find desired data for these individual products and use it to calculate estimates for the margins on international distribution deals in baby gear. Unfortunately, we could not find the looked-for information under this strategy.