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Printing Industry Demographics Reports Now Available From WhatTheyThink

Friday, May 27, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

WhatTheyThink is pleased to announce the immediate availability of some special new reports through Dr. Joe Webb and the economic statistics firm ExpliStats. These are based on the government data series County Business Patterns that are newly released. These reports show the number of establishments by state, for eight regions, and for the top 25 metropolitan areas. They also compare these newest data with that of 2012, to show the degree and nature of change since that time. These reports are excellent for executives involved in strategic and tactical planning, product managers, and especially sales management. There is a special sample report (from a different industry using 2012 data) that can be downloaded for free. EBD NAICS 443xxx Electronics & Appliance Stores 2012 SAMPLE.

The data are published in spreadsheet format as well as Adobe PDF files. These are the result of Dr. Joe's experience in working side-by-side with marketing executives and researchers, and is the new venture ExpliStats Business Demographics, which

  • publishes the data in a highly readable format designed for management use;
  • analyzes the data with state and region rankings and shows the percentage of US establishments that each area represents, helping managers prioritize their resources and actions;
  • applies a special estimation model for data the Census Bureau suppresses because of disclosure guidelines;
  • calculates how data have changed compared to prior County Business Patterns releases; for these latest data from 2014, we compare to 2012;
  • lists top 10 states and top 25 metropolitan areas, ranked by numbers of establishments;
  • supplies Microsoft Excel format files that users can alter as needs require, such as matching to sales or distribution territories, or to build their own market size models;
  • publishes in Adobe Acrobat PDF format for archiving and internal publishing.

For more information, please click here to go to the WhatTheyThink store.

For more information, download this document NAICS Guide - Printing Industry that has background information about the products and how managers can use them.


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