Region: North America
Category: Travel & Leisure

North America Travel & Leisure

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  • Online Fine Art Market Size & Share Analysis - Growth Trends & Forecasts (2023 - 2028).pdf

    ... to grow at a CAGR of 8.55%, reaching USD 17.48 billion by the next five years. Key Highlights The growing adoption of smart devices and internet penetration has impacted many industries, including the art market. ... Read More

  • Sports Franchises in the US - Industry Market Research Report

    ... the highest income brackets can afford to operate a sports franchise. Depending on the sport, the value of a professional franchise can range between $200.0 million and $5.7 billion in total assets. Team owners are ... Read More

  • Boutique Hotels in the US - Industry Market Research Report

    ... As revenue dropped in 2020, industry revenue decreased at an annualized rate of 0.1% over the past five years. A dramatic surge in travel following easing lockdown mandates in 2021 and 2022 has driven the ... Read More

  • Spectator Sports in Canada - Industry Market Research Report

    ... to stabilize their collective performance. There are few industry-specific organizations that can generate significant revenue, including the Canadian Football League and the National Hockey League (NHL), with most teams instead consisting of small operations that ... Read More

  • Hotels & Motels in Canada - Industry Market Research Report

    ... vacations and hotel stays. But, when COVID-19 shut down tourism, hotel rooms were left empty, creating long-lasting financial and operational challenges. A travel slump through early-2021 left the industry struggling, as bookings stayed at a ... Read More

  • Movie & Video Distribution in Canada - Industry Market Research Report

    ... and retailers of physical media. COVID-19 caused the Canadian economy to shut down, reducing advertising expenditure and demand from movie theatres. Since movie and video distributors rely on spending from movie theatres and advertising, the ... Read More

  • Movie & Video Production in the US - Industry Market Research Report

    ... years as the COVID-19 pandemic rattled movie production. Producers have benefited from steady demand for entertainment but have been hindered by the expansion of online streaming options. Since overall box office sales have fallen, the ... Read More

  • Golf Courses & Country Clubs in the US - Industry Market Research Report

    ... as an industry. The biggest long-term challenge with the growth of the industry is broadening the sport's appeal to new players. Golf courses and clubs have particularly struggled to attract younger players, with many finding ... Read More

  • Domestic Airlines in the US - Industry Market Research Report

    ... significant challenge for airlines, as travel restrictions created to prevent the spread of the virus lowered travel activity. The recovery was quick once mass vaccination efforts allowed travel regulations to be lifted. This resulted in ... Read More

  • Adult & Pornographic Websites in the US - Industry Market Research Report

    ... premium access to pornography, though a sizeable share of revenue also comes from the sale of display ads. Growth in mobile internet connectivity and shifting sexual attitudes have increased pornographic material consumption. The industry has ... Read More

  • Ice Rinks in the US - Industry Market Research Report

    ... customers. While demand for ice activities, which tend to be relatively more expensive than other forms of sports and exercise, has fared well over the past five years, the onset of the pandemic in March ... Read More

  • Go-Kart Racing Tracks in the US - Industry Market Research Report

    ... and consumer spending. Consumers have been able to allocate more of their discretionary income towards entertainment and leisure activities, such as go-kart racing. However, the industry faced a significant crash in revenue in 2020 as ... Read More

  • Live Performance Theaters in the US - Industry Market Research Report

    ... five years. Still, the nature of the industry allows for various types of live performances that appeal to every consumer preference. Boundless opportunities for artistic innovation have enabled theater operators to maintain relatively stable sales. ... Read More

  • Athletic Event Organizers in the US - Industry Market Research Report

    ... obstacle courses. Over the five years to 2023, the industry benefited from increased corporate spending on employee wellness events, like company-hosted races. Events tailored toward sports enthusiasts and large-scale marathons increased in popularity during the ... Read More

  • Sports & Athletic Field Construction in the US - Industry Market Research Report

    ... the value of private non-residential construction has declined. Operators in this industry construct and install athletic and sports fields. Industry services include installing artificial turf for sports fields, grass fields, athletic track, embedded equipment, bleachers ... Read More

  • Online Art Sales in the US - Industry Market Research Report

    ... growth; this can be attributed to a strong economic performance and a shift in consumer preference towards e-commerce. The COVID-19 pandemic, which had the potential to disrupt the industry, prompted a major transition to online ... Read More

  • Hotels & Motels in the US - Industry Market Research Report

    ... and motels relies heavily on domestic and international tourism levels, making them dependent on the overall economic environment. Travel trends were impacted by the 2020 pandemic, as travel restrictions mostly paused tourism in the United ... Read More

  • Travel Agencies in Canada - Industry Market Research Report

    ... travel agencies. Online travel agents now play a larger role alongside traditional brick-and-mortar businesses. Most agencies suffered in 2020 as governments imposed restrictions on travel, leading revenue to fall at a CAGR of 7.7% to ... Read More

  • Bowling Centers

    ... Tenpin (both based in the UK), O'Learys (Sweden), REVS Bowling & Entertainment (Canada), and Round One (Japan). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demographics, personal income, and leisure time drive demand. The profitability of individual companies depends on the ... Read More

  • Ski Facilities

    ... -- facilities with overnight accommodations for guests -- are not included in the industry, but those companies are significant competitors of independent ski facilities. Important ski lodge and resort operators include Alterra Mountain Company, Aspen ... Read More

  • Video Postproduction Services in Canada - Industry Market Research Report

    ... 2023. The development of advanced editing software has enabled clients to establish in-house postproduction teams to save money and streamline the production process. However, tax incentives and fluctuations of the Canadian dollar against the US ... Read More

  • Accommodation and Food Services in the US - Industry Market Research Report

    ... or other food services when consumers are away from home. This sector comprises 15 industries within the US economy, encompassing all aspects of accommodation providers and food services establishments. Despite basic commonalities, different levels of ... Read More

  • Amusement Parks in the US - Industry Market Research Report

    ... operate mechanical rides, water rides, games, shows, exhibits and refreshment stands, among many other attractions for consumer entertainment. Five major companies dominate the industry: Walt Disney, Universal Parks & Resorts, SeaWorld, Six Flags and Cedar ... Read More

  • Bed & Breakfast & Hostel Accommodations in the US - Industry Market Research Report

    ... substantially, bolstered by the expansions of both domestic and international travelers. Also, retirees and price-conscious millennials are the major demand drivers, leading to the growth of hostels nationwide. Nonetheless, the industry contended with challenges stemming ... Read More

  • Casino Hotels in the US - Industry Market Research Report

    ... casino on the premises. The industry is considered a nonessential business and felt the full effects of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic as operators were forced to shut down. However, some operators were able to limit ... Read More

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