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I would like to confirm if there is no error in the numbers typically on the calculation of the men and teenager market:

Hi,

I would like to confirm if there is no error in the numbers typically on the calculation of the men and teenager market: the CAGR used (0.95)^2 and 1^2 should be: 1.25^2 and 1.1^2 ?

thank you in advance.

Hi,

I would like to confirm if there is no error in the numbers typically on the calculation of the men and teenager market: the CAGR used (0.95)^2 and 1^2 should be: 1.25^2 and 1.1^2 ?

thank you in advance.

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Hello,

0.95 and 1 are respectively the CAGR for the market share of IBC in the men and teenager market.

The CAGR you were referring (1.25 and 1.1) are the ones for the total market segments.

Do you see the difference now? Feel free to contact me for any further clarification.

Hope it helps,
Luca

Hello,

0.95 and 1 are respectively the CAGR for the market share of IBC in the men and teenager market.

The CAGR you were referring (1.25 and 1.1) are the ones for the total market segments.

Do you see the difference now? Feel free to contact me for any further clarification.

Hope it helps,
Luca

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