Exclusive Research Highlights 2016
December 9, 2016,
Forty-seven percent reported this year’s revenues would be about the same as 2015. Those were some of the findings from Casual Living’s exclusive 2016 Casual Designer Survey. In the 2015 survey, 96% of designers predicted revenues would be about the same or higher than in 2014.
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