Mergent Key Business Ratios Collection Includes The Dun & Bradstreet® Industry Norms and Key Business Ratios are made possible through over one million financial statements in the Dun & Bradstreet® Financial Information Base. This file consists of US corporations, partnerships and proprietorships both public and privately owned, in all size ranges, and includes over 800 different lines of business as defined by the US Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code numbers. Our data is collected weekly, maintained daily, and constantly edited and updated. All of these factors combine to make this financial information unparalleled anywhere for scope and timeliness. For current Key Ratios use Mergent Intellect.
Mergent Corporate Manuals Collection Includes Dating back to 1909, Mergent/Moody’s Manual collection provides a comprehensive and in-depth insights into the history of corporate American. They are an annual series of bound volumes that are divided into manuals named for the types of companies they contain: Industrial Manuals, Bank & Financial Manual, International Manual, OTC Industrial Manual, OTC Unlisted Manual, Public Utilities Manual, and Transportation Manual. The online Manual collection gives you access to corporate history, business descriptions and detailed financial information compiled from annual reports, 10-K reports, and news releases on publicly traded companies in the United States. For current coverage use Mergent Intellect.
Mergent Annual Reports Collection Covers USA, Canada, and other international companies offering more than 1,000,000 documents covering over 100 years dating back to 1844
Database to research all business and management topics. Includes directory listings for over 300,000 companies as well as company profiles, industry rating, product brands, company performance ratings, investment reports and ratings, industry statistics, financial overviews, financial ratios, etc.
IBISWorld provides access to market research reports on over 700 U.S. industries. The reports cover key industry statistics, market segmentation, current industry conditions and future outlook. Also provides access to the China industry reports.
The primary objective of the CIR program is to produce timely, accurate data on production and shipments of selected products. The data are used to satisfy economic policy needs and for market analysis, forecasting, and decision-making in the private sector.
Mintel Reports contains a comprehensive overview of the market size, including a five year forecast, brand share, category trends, consumer attitudes and behaviors, and analysis on what’s working, what’s not working, and what’s coming next. Mintel publishes over 220 reports in the US every year, across a wide range of consumer markets. Users will be able to dive into specific consumer survey questions to identify key demographic s or target markets and build custom presentations and reports.
Consumer spending accounts for 70% of the U.S. gross domestic product, or $11.6 trillion. Consumer Behavior 2019-2020 assesses how this spending is distributed and the consumer behaviors that affect spending. Consumer Behavior 2019-2020 presents dozens of surveys analyzing consumer spending characteristics, behavioral responses, and preferences. Easy-to-read summaries of current research and other information useful for retailers, marketers, advertisers, and business consultants are presented. While there are other publications focusing on general consumer behavioral topics, Consumer Behavior 2019-2020 is the only resource that integrates the full spectrum of applied consumer psychology, demographics, and purchasing influences with major consumer surveys.
This handbook combines current market statistics with trend analysis and marketing strategies, covering such key topics as television, radio, newspapers, consumer magazines, filmed entertainment, news media, cable and satellite, media advertising, branded entertainment, outdoor advertising, recorded music, concerts and events, online advertising, online video, mobile marketing, and behavioral targeting.
Designed to identify market trends, present ideas to expand current business activities, and provide data to support strategic planning and market development efforts, this handbook provides the most recent statistics and data available in the trillions of dollar U.S. healthcare marketplace.
Leisure Business Market Research Handbook 2017-2018 presents an in-depth assessment of leisure, examining the market within the scope of such topics as entertainment & amusement, cultural & creative activities, hobbies, lifestyle activities, and sports & recreation. In all, 95 unique segments of leisure are assessed, covering virtually every activity where consumers spend their non-working time and discretionary income. Most chapters provide statistics on participation and expenditures, market characteristics and trends, demographics, and a list of resources for further research.
This handbook includes year-end market data, discussions of trends, current business activities, a review of the financial performance of market leaders, an assessment of holiday and back-to-school shopping, approaches to enhance the consumer shopping experience, information aimed at market development in various consumer sectors, and more.
This biennial reference covers such key topics as air travel, business travel, arts tourism, beaches, cruises, cultural and heritage tourism, economic impact of travel, fairs and festivals, hotels and resorts, leisure & family travel, nightlife, parks, performing arts, recreational activities, seasonal travel, spas, spectator sports, theme parks, traveler shopping, and more. Travel & Tourism Market Research Handbook 2015-2016 presents visitor and expenditure statistics for major cities and tourist destinations.
The all-new 21st edition of Household Spending: Who Spends How Much on What reveals who spends and the products and services they buy. Included in the 21st edition is a look at the spending recovery of 2014 as well as the long decline from the peak-spending year of 2006 to the post-Great Recession low of 2013.
World Consumer Lifestyles Databook is full of hard-to-research statistics highlighting similarities and differences in lifestyles for 76 countries over 20 years. Compare population structures, health and living standards, home ownership patterns, income and earnings, consumer and family expenditure, crime and more
Compare US metropolitan cities by demographics and by lifestyle activities. Tells you whether people in a particular city are more or less likely than the rest of the US to participate in an activity, such as boating, gambling, reading books, own a pet, etc.
How much do people in a different counties in the U.S. spend on particular retail segments? How much spending power do they have? This book will also rank DMAs (Designated Market Areas) from highest to lowest spending for different types of retail stores, consumer buying power, number of establishments, etc.
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This is a series of books on different types of goods. We have currently have Who's Buying at Restaurants & Carryouts; Who's Buying Entertainment; Who's Buying Alcoholic and Non-Alcoholic Beverages.
The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) is the standard used by Federal statistical agencies in classifying business establishments for the purpose of collecting, analyzing, and publishing statistical data related to the U.S. business economy.