China Professional Education Services Market 2013–2017 Forecast and Analysis
This study researches and analyzes the development status of China's professional education services market in 2013, and provides macroscopic analyses of China's economic conditions, education market status, and the macroeconomy's influence on the education market, particularly the professional education services market. It then analyzes training types and summarizes market dynamics and development hotspots. Using these discussions and analyses, it then presents the current situation of China's professional education services market in 2013, and then presents an outlook and forecasts for the market. Some suggestions are provided for readers with a particular interest in the market.
In recent years, outstanding training institutions have garnered large amounts of investment, and colleges and universities have greatly increased their desire to improve employment competitiveness through training, which has directly driven the training market's rapid development. The entire professional education services market is expected to be worth RMB 67.49 billion by 2017, of which the business management training and IT training market segments will account for the largest market shares. Many factors are driving the market's long-term, steady development, such as structural changes in China's population, China's economic transition and upgrading, and the new government's energetic reforms. At the same time, cloud computing, mobile Internet, Big Data, social networks, and other new technologies and trends are also stimulating new demand in the market. With the growing combinations of these technologies with industrial applications, China's professional education services market will bring greater content and push forward changes in business and service models in order to fully tap their value.
"China's professional education services market maintained high growth over the past few years, and new training models and technology trends are continually injecting new content into the market. Both the increases in demand in the original market and new demand for these new trends will contribute to the market's steady development over the next few years, turning it into an investment hotspot. Service providers should dig out new business opportunities from this new demand, and flexibly adjust their training content and value propositions to maintain their competitive edge in the market," said Richard Zhao, research manager of the services research group at IDC China.