It is common for people to think that fashion clothing stores require a big upfront investment and do not see a high return. How this myth continues is a mystery, because the clothing, apparel, and accessories industries ring-up billions in gross sales each year across the world.
Worldwide, women’s wear surpassed $614 billion in annual revenue in 2014, and the American market is key to those sales. Americans spend more than consumers in any other country, spending an average of $2,000 per household each year on clothing, accessories, and shoes.
Sales in fashion clothing stores have real potential to make an investment in a franchise well worth it.
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