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Which one would you prefer, in particular in combination with "the needs"?

Google finds a lot more for "tailored to" (30 millions) than for "tailored towards" (only 600 thousands).

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‘Tailored to’. My second choice would be ‘tailored for’, which gets about 7.7 million hits. – Brian M. Scott Aug 17 '11 at 19:44

I prefer "tailored to," partially since "tailored towards" implies to me the tailoring may not be complete, but mostly because I find the latter awkward.

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