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U.S. Pawnshops: An Industry Analysis

Pawn shops in the United States now number about 11,000+ and growing, and constituted a $14.5 billion industry last year. The business is fragmented and not dominated by large national chains. The industry appears to be almost recession-proof, as the ranks of the “unbanked” consumer continue to grow. Pawn shops provide a service that traditional banks cannot—short term loans for small amounts of money. These “alternative financial services” operations are more complex than meets the eye, and must conform to strict regulations.

The industry has benefitted from soaring gold prices, coupled with positive publicity via the popular reality TV show called Pawn Stars. The study explores why growth at pawn shops has been steady, even through the “great recession”. The industry’s image has changed and pawn shops are considered more mainstream as even affluent consumers now use them to raise quick cash. Even Beverly Hills and Palm Beach have pawn shops, that discreetly serve the rich.

This new study by Marketdata examines the nature of the business, reasons for the recent growth of pawn shops, national receipts/growth from 1999-2011, 2012 to 2016 forecasts, average store revenues, customer demographics, key industry trends, federal/state industry regulation/fee caps, gold prices and gold buying/scrap sales, consumer debt levels and more. Includes chapter on extensive pawn shop operating ratios from the Census Bureau surveys. Findings of research studies by: Federal Reserve, FDIC, Georgetown University, brokerage analysts, National Pawnbroker’s Assn., U.S. Census Bureau and more.

This study is believed to be one of the few in-depth publicly available business analyses that exists of this market. 3 in-depth company profiles are provided for: Cash America, EZCorp., and First Cash Financial.
Introduction: Study Scope, Sources, Methodology 1-5

Executive Overview of Major Findings ($250) 6-19
• Description of how pawn loans work, nature of the business, number of pawn shops/growth, reasons for growth
• Major market trends and issues: positive image via reality TV shows, government scrutiny of payday lending, lack of small loans by banks, strong rise in gold prices, etc.
• Discussion of reasons for growth of non-bank services, population living below the poverty level.
• Pawn shop customer demographics/profile
• Factors affecting demand: state of consumer household finances, recession, rising gold prices
• Market $ size and growth: 1999-2016 forecast, performance during 2008-2009 recession, 2010 -2011 recovery, outlook for 2012-2016
• Industry operating ratios: Census data- 2002 and 2007: receipts, no. of pawn shops, average receipts per shop, payroll costs, no. of employees
• Top three pawn shop chains: Cash America, EZ Corp, First Cash Financial: 2010-2011 revenues .

Nature of the Business ($100 ) 20-29
• Earliest form of consumer lending, brief history
• Highly fragmented industry that is concentrated in the southeast and southwestern portions of the U.S.
• The pawn loan process – discussion.
• Related services (layaway, title loans, tax refund loans, gold buying, check cashing – description of each)
• Number of pawn shops in the U.S.: 1989-2011
• Emerging industry trends: discussion of decline in number of pawn shops, rebound, pending anti-payday lending legislation (state actions)
• Analysis of gold prices: 1999-2012, gold buying by pawn shops, scrap sales, competition with gold buyers.

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The US Education Industry Outlook to 2016 – Outperforming Post-Secondary Education Segment

The report titled “The US Education Industry Outlook to 2016 – Outperforming Post-Secondary Education Segment” provides a comprehensive analysis on the education market in the US covering various aspects such as market size of the education industry on the basis of total fee spent on education and enrollments and market segments such as pre-primary, elementary, secondary, post-secondary education. The report also entails competitive landscape and profiles of the major players operating in the industry. The future projections are included to provide an insight on the prospects in the US education industry.

The US is one of the most sought-after destinations for educational purposes due to the availability of better career prospects, high growth opportunity and accessibility of technologically developed higher educational institutions. The revenue generated from the US education industry has grown from USD ~ billion in 2006 to ~ billion in 2011 at a CAGR of ~%. The major drivers for this growth were the increasing number of foreign students in the US, the willingness of parents to spend on education, different government initiated awareness programs and growing awareness about the importance of education.

Pre-primary education includes kindergarten, nursery schools, preschool program and child/day care centers. In 2011, a sum of USD ~ billion was spent by the population in the US on pre-primary education as total tuition fees. The increasing willingness of the parents and investments from the US government in the education of young children indicates a strong growth momentum in pre-school education. It is estimated that the Pre-primary education market will grow at a CAGR of ~% reaching out USD ~ billion in 2016.

The revenue generated from the public elementary and secondary education market has increased from USD ~ billion in 2006 to ~ billion in 2011 at a CAGR of 1.1%. The sector has witnessed a decline in the number of enrollments in the year 2007 and 2008. The number of enrollments has dropped down to ~ thousand in 2008 as compared to ~ thousand in 2006. This was primarily due to the increased dropout rates, economic downturn, poor teacher student ratio and poor condition of schools

The post-secondary education sector has improved over the period of 5 years with an increase of ~% in its market share, due to an increase in the number of post-secondary education enrollments from ~ thousand in 2006 to ~ thousand in 2011 at a CAGR of ~%.

E-learning market is one of the fastest growing segments in the US education Industry. With the adoption of online education by K-12 schools and higher educational institutes, the number of individuals pursuing online education has increased remarkably in the last 5 years. The US e-learning market was recorded to be around USD ~ billion in 2011. Increasing penetration of devices such as smart phones, laptops, palmtops and tablets have contributed significantly in the development of e-learning in the US education market. It is estimated that the e-learning market size will grow at a CAGR of ~% in near future reaching out USD ~ billion in 2016

The domestic education industry is highly fragmented and increasingly competitive with no education company controlling substantial market share. Students are opting among education providers based on the programs and degrees offered, program suppleness and convenience, quality of teaching, placement rates, reputation, recruiting effectiveness and course cost. Major players operating in the proprietary education industry include Apollo Group, Bridgepoint Education, Capella Education, DeVry, Corinthian Colleges, Education Management Corporation, ITT Educational Services, Kaplan and Strayer Education.

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The US Baby Food and Formula Market – Nurturing Demand for Organic Baby Food Products

The US baby food industry constitutes dry baby food, ready-to-feed and formula milk, of which formula milk dominates the market in terms of value and volume. Supermarkets account for large percentage of baby food demand. Online shopping is also gaining importance in the country. Some of the known online sites are Diapers.com, ezee.com, drug store.com, eartbest.com and babycenter.com. Falling birth rate is a major concern for the baby food manufacturers. The number of children born in the US was highest in 2007 at a level of 4.30 million births but since then it has reduced and reached 4.00 million births in 2010.

In the period of 2008 to 2011, baby food and formula market registered unstable growth and even performed negatively in 2009 and 2010. Formula milk market witnessed a strong growth in the US up till 2007 by volume and value. Sales in value terms reached USD ~ million in 2007. Cereal is the largest product category in the US baby food segment in terms of both value and volume. Cereals market grew at a constant rate of ~% from 2009-2011. High growth is expected for organic baby food products in coming five years with anticipated economy recovery and rising educated population.

High entry barriers prohibit new entrants in the market which give leverage to the existing players to keep high price for high demand baby products. Major players such as Nestle, Abbott and Mead Johnson will continue to dominate the baby food market in the future as well.

The present report on “The US Baby Food and Formula Market-optimistic Future Outlook” discusses baby food demand on different parameters. Industry has been segmented into two major categories- Baby food (dry, ready-to-feed and others) and formula milk (infants and toddlers). The report has highlighted major segments of the baby food industry and product categories such as cereals, juices, and more. In formula market, the report has discussed market size in terms of retails sales, comparison of present and past performance and share of base-ingredients. The report also covers organic baby food in terms of demand and factors influencing change in demand. For analyzing market present and future performance, report discuses SWOT analysis, opportunities and major driving forces, country analysis and macro economy factors. The study also includes major player’s market share and future performance of the baby food and formula industry.

KEY FINDINGS
– The baby food and formula industry in the country has showcased a consistent growth prior to 2008 from USD ~ million in 2006 to USD ~ million in 2008 at CAGR 1.19%.
– Ready to feed baby food (prepared baby food) is the largest segment in the US baby food market, which accounts for 72.76% of the total baby food segment registering USD ~ million of revenue in 2011. Ready-to-feed (prepared baby food) segment is expected to grow at 3.39% CAGR from 2011-2016.
– In terms of sales by value, baby juice segment fell by 8.40% and 8.20% in 2010 and 2011 respectively.
– In 2011, dry baby food segment grew by 6.67% from previous year to USD ~ million, whereas in 2010, the segment recorded negative results.
– From 2011, formula milk market in the country showed stability, although grew by only 2.55% to USD ~ million.
– In terms of base ingredient, milk based formula account for the largest demand, accounting for ~% market share.
– In 2007, organic baby food segment recorded sales of USD 21.43 million which escalated to USD ~ million in 2009.
– The overall baby food and formula market will grow at 2.69% CAGR from 2011-2016 to USD ~ million.

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The U.S. Commercial & Residential Cleaning Services Industry

This Marketdata study examines the huge $78 billion commercial contract cleaning and maintenance services market. The business, which encompasses janitorial services, pest control, window cleaning, carpet/floor cleaning, parking lot maintenance, security, HVAC/facilities management and more, is very competitive, comprised of 906,000 mainly small operators, including 48,400 franchised outlets. Competitors run the gamut from mom & pop cleaners, to giants such as ABM Industries with $2.4 billion in revenues and UGL UNICCO with $852 million in commercial maintenance sales. This study traces industry size, growth, segments, structure, end-user demand, and operating ratios — Receipts for 1987-2010 actual, 2011-2012 estimates, and 2016 forecasts.

Steady sales gains of 5-7% per year, and 10% in 2007 came to a halt in 2009 with the recession, real estate bust, rising office building vacancy rates, and cutbacks in the frequency of cleaning by clients. Some customers even shifted to in-house cleaning. Low-ball prices, discounts and rebates have become the norm, hurting profits. Green cleaning and certification has become more important.

This is a complete analysis of: competitor market share, major industry trends, industry franchising, office and industrial building vacancy rates, impact of the recession, cleaning worker pay/turnover, outsourcing, more. Includes highlights of latest surveys by trade journals, as well as comments and outlooks by top competitors, trade groups and industry consultants. Separate in-depth chapters analyze the Carpet Cleaning and Residential/Maid Services segments. National, state and city ratios from Census Bureau surveys. Includes in-depth profiles and rankings of all the top franchise and non-franchise competitors (ABM Industries, Anago, Bonus Building Care, ServiceMaster, Jani-King, Jan-Pro, Clean Net, Coverall, Pritchard Industries, Red Coats, Vanguard, UGL Unicco.)

Introduction – Study Scope, Sources Used, Methodology 1-6
* Industry Nature & Definition: Description of the industry’s major segments, services provided, NAICS codes

Executive Overview of Major Findings ($300) 7-27
* Highlights & key findings of all report chapters: industry nature, analysis of major trends/issues affecting the industry (the recession, outsourcing, pricing, commercial office vacancy rates, commercial construction, franchising, green cleaning), outlooks by managements of competitors & consultants, industry size/growth -1987-2016 Forecast, 2009-2011 performance, franchising’s importance, sales of top competitors (franchises & non-franchise firms). Analysis of educational, healthcare, other key end-user
segments, industry structure, 2007 Census key operating ratios (no. of services in U.S., avg. sales, by: janitorial, pest control carpet cleaning, other building maintenance services), client mix.

The Outlook For Office Space and Commercial Construction ($200) 28-47
* Status report of commercial & office construction activity and indicators: value of non-residential construction, commercial office vacancy rates in major metro areas & nationwide, discussion of absorption rates
* Outlooks by: Natl. Assn. of Realtors, CB Richard Ellis, Jones Lang LaSalle: 2012-2013 projections
* Industrial building outlook
* Medical building construction outlook
* Amount of existing commercial floor space by U.S. and by region (1986-2003 – latest data 2003), share of space by type activity (retail, education, healthcare)
* Commercial office vacancy rates, by10 largest cities, office mkts. With highest vacancy rates
* Discussion of absorption rates, “shadow space”.

Tables:

– National office vacancy rates by: downtown, suburban, metropolitan
– Top office space markets, by million sq. ft.
– Value of new construction of non-residential buildings, by type: 2008-2011
– Value of new construction of non-residential buildings: 1990-2011
– Distribution of floor space, by main building activity: 1992-2003 (gov’t suvey)
– No. of buildings and % of total floor space by type activity (education, health care, lodging, retail, offices, warehouses, etc.), by region (1986, 1989, 1992, 1995, 1999, 2003)
– Distribution of commercial floor space, no. of buildings, by Census region.
– U.S. healthcare expenditures & construction spending: 1990-2010, 2016 projections.

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Complete 2012 U.S. Cord Blood Banking Industry Report

As of 2012, the cord blood banking industry is one of the fastest growest industries in the United States. Literally, there were only 23 active cord blood banks as of 2005, and now just 7 years later, there are 485 worldwide. That is a 21-fold increase (2,100%) in the companies involved in the industry, over only a seven year period. Within the U.S., cord blood banks have been multiplying to appear in nearly every state. This rapid growth represents both an opportunity to profit, as well as swarming competition. It is for this reason that the trends, market intelligence, and little known industry data contained in this report are critical strategies to claim.

You’ll learn:
Part 1: U.S. History and Overview – Critical Insights from the Past to the Present
Part 2: Expansion & Growth – Trailing Twelve Month Analysis and 5-Year Forward Projections
Part 3: Comprehensive Parent Survey – Continuing to Grow by Listening to Expectant Parents (567 Respondents)

If you’ve been in search of the best cord blood banking industry data then it’s inevitable that you have unfortunately experienced the same common problems as most others.

These Common Problems Could Include:
Lack of actionable information.
Lack of expertise on the subject of the cord blood industry.
Lack of historical and current knowledge about the cord blood industry.

Here’s the truth.
Most other industry reports will tell you what you already know. But, the “Complete 2012 Cord Blood Banking Industry Report” is different because it provides insights into the minds of a large, global population of 567 U.S. parents – findings that you couldn’t possibly know already.

It also has the most complete overview of global cord blood banks active in United States, that is available anywhere. No one else, an no other website on the entire Internet, will say exactly how many active Cord Blood Banks there are in the world, simply because they don’t know.

We know that as of today, there are 485 and we are willing to tell you who they are. We will also reveal all 68 cord blood banking facilities operating in the U.S. right now, including two that have started business within the last several months.

In fact, we are so convinced that you will want more cord blood industry data after seeing this complete global list, that you can claim it for free on this page…

Why Claim the Complete 2012 U.S. Cord Blood Banking Industry Report?
This industry report is a comprehensive road-map for operating a successful cord blood bank, that takes you from the where the industry has been, to where it is, to where is is going (and how to listen strategically to expectant parents to get there fast).

It teaches you – head management of a private cord blood bank – how to strategically position your company to increase market share and attract expectant parents to your services. Rather than focusing on the “medical” and “technical” aspects of cord blood stem cells, the report focuses on the practical and strategic applications necessary to successfully run a private cord blood bank.

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