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  • Sporting Goods Stores

    ... and its parent company Bass Pro Shops, Big 5, Dick's Sporting Goods, Hibbett Sports, and REI (all based in the US), as well as FGL Sports (Canada), Decathlon and Groupe Go Sport (France), and Sports ... Read More

  • Apparel Manufacturing

    ... Armour, and VF Corporation (all based in the US), along with Michael Kors (based in Hong Kong) and Prada (Italy). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Apparel manufacturers compete on both price and fashion. Under many supply agreements, customers ... Read More

  • Retail Sector

    ... companies include Costco, Kroger, and Walmart (all based in the US), as well as Aldi (Germany), Carrefour (France), Schwarz (Germany), and Tesco (UK). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE The internet and increasing consumer connectivity are transforming the retail ... Read More

  • Bookstores

    ... in the US), as well as Fnac Darty (France), Indigo Books & Music (Canada), Kinokuniya (Japan), Page One (China), Thalia (Germany), and Waterstones and WHSmith (UK). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Amid competition from online retailers and mass ... Read More

  • Hotels, Motels & Resorts

    ... (all based in the US), as well as Accor (France), InterContinental Hotels Group (UK), Jin Jiang Hotels (China), NH Hotel Group (Spain), and Whitbread (UK). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Hotels, motels, and resorts are benefiting from global ... Read More

  • Internet & Mail-Order Retail

    ... Retail Group-owned QVC and HSN, as well as Shop Direct Home Shopping (based in the UK), Otto Group (Germany), Alibaba Group-owned Taobao (China), Walmart-owned Flipkart (India), and Rakuten (Japan). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand is driven by ... Read More

  • Jewelry Stores

    ... Signet Jewelers), as well as Tiffany; other industry leaders include the retail operations of Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group (China), Richemont (Switzerland), and Swatch (Switzerland). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand is driven largely by consumers' disposable income. ... Read More

  • Warehouse Clubs & Superstores

    ... sold in large quantities. Major companies include Sam's Club (Walmart); Costco Wholesale; BJ's Wholesale Club; and Meijer (all based in the US), as well as Carrefour (France), Metro (Germany), and Tesco (UK). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demographics ... Read More

  • Apparel Accessories Manufacturing

    ... and Randa Accessories (all based in the US), as well as Hermes (France), Mainland Headwear (Hong Kong), and Mulberry Group (the UK). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand is determined by consumer tastes and the level of consumers' ... Read More

  • Arts, Entertainment & Recreation Sector

    ... objects and sites of historical or cultural significance. Major companies and organizations include Creative Artists Agency (CAA), Las Vegas Sands, Live Nation Entertainment, the New York Yankees, the Smithsonian Institution, and Walt Disney Parks and ... Read More

  • Gas Stations

    ... Although major oil companies own few retail fueling outlets, many gas stations contract to sell specific brands of fuel. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand depends on the volume of consumer and commercial driving. The profitability of individual ... Read More

  • Laundry Facilities & Dry Cleaning Services

    ... CSC ServiceWorks (owner of Coinmach, Mac-Gray, and other brands), EVI Industries (owner of DryClean USA), and Huntington (owner of Martinizing and other brands). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand depends on consumer spending. The profitability of individual companies ... Read More

  • Footwear Manufacturing

    ... Wolverine World Wide (all based in the US), along with Adidas (Germany), Asics (Japan), Belle International (China), and PUMA (Germany), Yue Yuen (China). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand is driven by fashion industry trends, demographics, and consumer ... Read More

  • Shoe Stores

    ... Company and owner of Famous Footwear and Naturalizer), DSW, Foot Locker, and Genesco. Some shoe manufacturers, such as Nike, also have retail operations. Major non-US companies include Aldo Group (Canada), Belle International (China), The Deichmann ... Read More

  • Clothing Stores

    ... based in the US), along with Hennes & Mauritz (Sweden), Inditex's Zara chain (Spain), and Arcadia Group's Topshop (UK). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Personal income and fashion trends drive demand for clothing. The profitability of individual companies ... Read More

  • Grocery Stores & Supermarkets

    ... discounters, and changing consumer perceptions of value. Traditional grocery chains now compete for market share with a slew of domestic and foreign competitors, including warehouse clubs and discounters, convenience, drug, and dollar stores, internet retailers, ... Read More

  • Cosmetics, Beauty Supply & Perfume Stores

    ... Sally Beauty Supply, Ulta, Sephora, and divisions of L Brands (Bath & Body Works, Victoria's Secret) and Brazil's Natura Cosméticos (The Body Shop International). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE High margins, repeat purchases, easy storage, and cheap shipping ... Read More

  • Film & Video

    ... NBCUniversal (owned by Comcast), Time Warner (owned by AT&T), Disney, and Viacom. Major companies outside the US include Germany's Bertelsmann and ProSiebenSat.1 Media, as well as France's Vivendi. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand is driven by consumer ... Read More

  • Consumer Electronics & Appliances Stores

    ... the retail operations of Apple (all based in the US), as well as Dixons Carphone (UK), Fnac Darty (Belgium), GOME (China), the CECONOMY-owned Media Markt and Saturn brands (Germany), and Yamada Denki (Japan). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE ... Read More

  • Fitness Centers

    ... Fitness, 24 Hour Fitness, Equinox, Gold's Gym, Planet Fitness, Life Time Fitness, and Town Sports International (all based in the US), along with Fitness First and Virgin Active (both based in the UK), Konami Sports ... Read More

  • Direct Selling

    ... Food, and Tupperware, as well as Vorwerk (Germany), Natura (Brazil), Herbalife (Grand Cayman), Coway (South Korea), and China's Infinitus, and Perfect. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Personal income and consumer preferences drive demand for the diverse array of ... Read More

  • Landscaping Services

    ... Davey Tree Expert Company, and TruGreen. Outside the US, major companies include Active Tree Services (Australia) and Idverde (France). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand is driven partly by construction spending and partly by the economy's overall health. ... Read More

  • Lodging

    ... companies include Hilton, Las Vegas Sands, Marriott, and MGM Resorts (all based in the US), as well as Accor (France), InterContinental (UK), and SJM Holdings (Hong Kong). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Business and leisure travel drive demand. ... Read More

  • Florists

    ... such as 1-800-FLOWERS.COM, FTD, and Teleflora (all in the US), Euroflorist (the Netherlands), and Tokyoflora.com (Japan) provide orders to independent florists but are also competitors. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand for flowers depends on discretionary consumer spending. ... Read More

  • Toy & Hobby Stores

    ... companies include GameStop, Michaels, Hobby Lobby, and AC Moore Arts & Crafts (all based in the US), as well as Citta del Sole (Italy), Hamleys (UK), LEGO Group (Denmark), and Toyworld (Australia). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Competition ... Read More

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