Global Mannequin Market Is Growing At A CAGR Of 6.4% From 2022 To 2032
The global mannequin market accounts for ~38% of the global dummy market in 2021. The global mannequin market is likely to create an absolute $ opportunity of USD 11.8 Billion during the years of 2022-2032.
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Global Mannequin Market by Category
By Product Type, Global Mannequin Market is segmented as:
- Head Mannequin
- Full Body Mannequin
- Upper Body Mannequin
- Lower Body Mannequin
By Material Type, Global Mannequin Market is segmented as:
- Fiber-Reinforced Plastic
- Polypropylene (PP)
- Other Materials
By Target Group, Global Mannequin Market is segmented as:
- Adults Mannequin
- Children Mannequin
- Infants & Toddlers Mannequin
By Region, Global Mannequin Market is segmented as:
- North America
- Latin America
- East Asia
- South Asia & Oceania
Competitive Landscape: Top Companies in Mannequin Market
The global mannequin market is highly fragmented and competitive owing to the existence of many domestic and regional players. Various marketing strategies are adopted by key players such as mergers and acquisitions, expansions, collaborations and partnerships.
Also, new product development as a strategic approach is adopted by the leading companies to upscale their market presence among consumers. These strategies have resulted in the incorporation of advanced mannequin.
Fact.MR has provided detailed information about price points of key manufacturers in mannequin market positioned across regions, sales growth, production capacity, and speculative technological expansion in the recently published report.
- Hand Boodt Mannequins announced the opening of its showroom in South Africa in 2019. This new opening marks its strategy of geographical expansion in the country
- Proportion London Ltd. was acquired by Kesslers International in 2021. This acquisition will allow for the production of fiberglass, display accessories, bust forms and papier-mache mannequins to the manufacturing unit in East London. This acquisition will further provide an opportunity to increase its foothold in visual merchandising sphere in coming years