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Australian Food News
Amazon entry overplayed says IBISWorldAmazonFresh’s entry into Australia has been “overplayed” says market research f
Australian Food News / Posted 2 hours ago
AmazonFresh’s entry into Australia has been “overplayed” says market research firm, IBISWorld. According IBISWorld, traditional brick-and-mortar supermarkets and already-existent online grocery retailers will not be as severely affected by Amazon as... Read more
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TribLIVE
Best Buy turnaround plan starts to pay offspending, individuals are buying fewer of the big-ticket items that sustained r
TribLIVE / Posted yesterday
spending, individuals are buying fewer of the big-ticket items that sustained rapid growth in the past,” the research firm IbisWorld said in a recent report. “Consumer interest in big-ticket items, such as TVs and personal computers, has waned due... Read more
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Manning River Times
A restful pause to absorb the sharpest stingThe industry's biggest profit margins are derived from coffin sales (most often
Manning River Times / Posted 4 days ago
The industry's biggest profit margins are derived from coffin sales (most often attracting a 100 per cent mark-up, says an IBISWorld report), yet 83 per cent of respondents supported the use of an eco coffin. When asked what was important to them... Read more
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New York Post
This dating app lets you connect with the hottest celebrity lookalikespercent per year, with revenue split between advertising and subscription servi
New York Post / Posted 4 days ago
percent per year, with revenue split between advertising and subscription services, according to a report by research firm IBISWorld. Top Celebrity Lookalikes SearchedFemale celebritiesMale celebrities1Kim KardashianBarack Obama2BeyonceKevin... Read more
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Market Watch
You can date someone who looks just like Donald Trump with this new app service5% per year, with revenue split between advertising and subscription services,
Market Watch / Posted 4 days ago
5% per year, with revenue split between advertising and subscription services, according to a report by research firm IBISWorld. Search for Jake Gyllenhaal and you’ll find hundreds of people around the world who have his expressive eyebrows,... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
How Best Buy rebounded to avoid becoming another retail casualtyspending, individuals are buying fewer of the big-ticket items that sustained r
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 6 days ago
spending, individuals are buying fewer of the big-ticket items that sustained rapid growth in the past,” the research firm IBISWorld said in a recent report. “Consumer interest in big-ticket items, such as TVs and personal computers, has waned due... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Why the grim reaper of retail hasn't come to claim Best Buyspending, individuals are buying fewer of the big-ticket items that sustained r
Los Angeles Times / Posted 6 days ago
spending, individuals are buying fewer of the big-ticket items that sustained rapid growth in the past,” the research firm IBISWorld said in a recent report. “Consumer interest in big-ticket items, such as TVs and personal computers, has waned due... Read more
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The Morning Call
How Best Buy rebounded to avoid becoming another retail casualtyspending, individuals are buying fewer of the big-ticket items that sustained r
The Morning Call / Posted 6 days ago
spending, individuals are buying fewer of the big-ticket items that sustained rapid growth in the past,” the research firm IBISWorld said in a recent report. “Consumer interest in big-ticket items, such as TVs and personal computers, has waned due... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
How Best Buy rebounded to avoid becoming another retail casualtyspending, individuals are buying fewer of the big-ticket items that sustained r
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 6 days ago
spending, individuals are buying fewer of the big-ticket items that sustained rapid growth in the past,” the research firm IBISWorld said in a recent report. “Consumer interest in big-ticket items, such as TVs and personal computers, has waned due... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
How Best Buy rebounded to avoid becoming another retail casualtyspending, individuals are buying fewer of the big-ticket items that sustained r
Los Angeles Times / Posted 6 days ago
spending, individuals are buying fewer of the big-ticket items that sustained rapid growth in the past,” the research firm IBISWorld said in a recent report. “Consumer interest in big-ticket items, such as TVs and personal computers, has waned due... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Boutique bakeries in WA thriving despite low bread pricesproduces sliced bread, said competition between the major supermarkets had push
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
produces sliced bread, said competition between the major supermarkets had pushed prices to unsustainably low levels. IBISWorld Australia industry analyst Nathan Cloutman said the bread market was splitting in two directions. "Coles and... Read more
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Philly.com
Brides left high and dry as Alfred Angelo closes all shopsrate will cause the bridal store industry to decline at an annualized rate of 0
Philly.com / Posted 8 days ago
rate will cause the bridal store industry to decline at an annualized rate of 0.1 percent over the next five years, said IBISWorld retail analyst Madeline Hurley, who added: “It is especially difficult for small chains to compete, as customers... Read more
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Canberra Times
Crunch time: David Jones bets on food after first sales slump under new ownersinvestment in food appears sound – Australians spent $600 million on ready-to-e
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
investment in food appears sound – Australians spent $600 million on ready-to-eat meals last financial year, according to IBISWorld – spending on fashion remains incredibly shaky, with a few exceptions largely at the ultra high end and in fast... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Crunch time: David Jones bets on food after first sales slump under new ownersinvestment in food appears sound – Australians spent $600 million on ready-to-e
Brisbane Times / Posted 10 days ago
investment in food appears sound – Australians spent $600 million on ready-to-eat meals last financial year, according to IBISWorld – spending on fashion remains incredibly shaky, with a few exceptions largely at the ultra high end and in fast... Read more
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WA Today
Crunch time: David Jones bets on food after first sales slump under new ownersinvestment in food appears sound – Australians spent $600 million on ready-to-e
WA Today / Posted 10 days ago
investment in food appears sound – Australians spent $600 million on ready-to-eat meals last financial year, according to IBISWorld – spending on fashion remains incredibly shaky, with a few exceptions largely at the ultra high end and in fast... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Crunch time: David Jones bets on food after first sales slump under new ownersinvestment in food appears sound – Australians spent $600 million on ready-to-e
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
investment in food appears sound – Australians spent $600 million on ready-to-eat meals last financial year, according to IBISWorld – spending on fashion remains incredibly shaky, with a few exceptions largely at the ultra high end and in fast... Read more
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The Age
Crunch time: David Jones bets on food after first sales slump under new ownersinvestment in food appears sound – Australians spent $600 million on ready-to-e
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
investment in food appears sound – Australians spent $600 million on ready-to-eat meals last financial year, according to IBISWorld – spending on fashion remains incredibly shaky, with a few exceptions largely at the ultra high end and in fast... Read more
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Market Watch
How to earn $100,000 or more with side hustlesthe dog-walking business employs 23,000 people and is worth roughly $907 millio
Market Watch / Posted 10 days ago
the dog-walking business employs 23,000 people and is worth roughly $907 million, according to data from research firm IBISWorld. The catch with any side hustle What you do with the cash is just as important as how you earn it. The latest... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
NZ Retail Trades industry research report collectionWednesday, 12 July 2017, 3:26 pmPress Release: Ibisworld IBISWorld launches Ne
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 12 days ago
Wednesday, 12 July 2017, 3:26 pmPress Release: Ibisworld IBISWorld launches New Zealand Retail Trades industry research report collection Global business research company IBISWorld has released its... Read more
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CNET
Apple's $10,000 question: How to stop Apple Watch from becoming obsoletediscretionary gadget, highly dependable on disposable income, price and recent
CNET / Posted 12 days ago
discretionary gadget, highly dependable on disposable income, price and recent expenditures," noted Sarah Kahn, an IBISWorld technology analyst. Apple declined to comment for this report beyond the comments made Monday by CEO Tim... Read more
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New York Post
New technology aims to thwart online dating fraudhas also grown. The online dating industry in the US is worth more than $1 bill
New York Post / Posted 13 days ago
has also grown. The online dating industry in the US is worth more than $1 billion, according to market research group IBISWorld. Malware bots prey on singletons swiping through Tinder and other location-based dating apps, in an attempt to... Read more
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Market Watch
Did you swipe right on a criminal? New technology aims to verify dating profileshas also grown. The online dating industry in the U.S. is worth more than $1 bi
Market Watch / Posted 13 days ago
has also grown. The online dating industry in the U.S. is worth more than $1 billion, according to market research group IBISWorld. Malware bots prey on singletons swiping through Tinder and other location-based dating apps, in an attempt to... Read more
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Perth Now
Domino's, Woolies go flat on Coca-Colalike bottled still and carbonated water and soft drink sales growth in general
Perth Now / Posted 18 days ago
like bottled still and carbonated water and soft drink sales growth in general has been slowing. Market research firm IBISWorld estimates revenue growth for the sector to be just 0.2 per cent annually over the five years to 2017/18, at $4.2... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Domino’s, Woolies go flat on Coca-Colalike bottled still and carbonated water and soft drink sales growth in general
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 18 days ago
like bottled still and carbonated water and soft drink sales growth in general has been slowing. Market research firm IBISWorld estimates revenue growth for the sector to be just 0.2 per cent annually over the five years to 2017/18, at $4.2... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
The Woolworths decision on the 'No Sugar' Coke is all about market saturation of sugar-free drinksto stock Coca-Cola “No Sugar” is all about market saturation of sugar-free soft
Business Insider Australia / Posted 18 days ago
to stock Coca-Cola “No Sugar” is all about market saturation of sugar-free soft drinks, according to industry analysts IBISWorld. The soft drink, launched last month, is the beverage giant’s biggest product launch in a decade and will replace... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Domino's ditches Coca-Cola Amatil contracthealthier options like bottled still and carbonated water. Soft drink sales gr
Sky News Australia / Posted 18 days ago
healthier options like bottled still and carbonated water. Soft drink sales growth in general have been slowing, with IBISWorld estimating revenue growth to be just 0.2 per cent annually over the five years to 2017/18, at $4.2... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Coca-Cola Amatil dealt a double blowhealthier options like bottled still and carbonated water. Soft drink sales gr
Adelaide Now / Posted 18 days ago
healthier options like bottled still and carbonated water. Soft drink sales growth in general have been slowing, with IBISWorld estimating revenue growth to be just 0.2 per cent annually over the five years to 2017/18, at $4.2... Read more
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Weekly Times
Coca-Cola Amatil dealt a double blowhealthier options like bottled still and carbonated water. Soft drink sales gr
Weekly Times / Posted 18 days ago
healthier options like bottled still and carbonated water. Soft drink sales growth in general have been slowing, with IBISWorld estimating revenue growth to be just 0.2 per cent annually over the five years to 2017/18, at $4.2... Read more
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Herald Sun
Coca-Cola Amatil dealt a double blowhealthier options like bottled still and carbonated water. Soft drink sales gr
Herald Sun / Posted 18 days ago
healthier options like bottled still and carbonated water. Soft drink sales growth in general have been slowing, with IBISWorld estimating revenue growth to be just 0.2 per cent annually over the five years to 2017/18, at $4.2... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Coca-Cola Amatil dealt a double blowhealthier options like bottled still and carbonated water. Soft drink sales gr
The Courier Mail / Posted 18 days ago
healthier options like bottled still and carbonated water. Soft drink sales growth in general have been slowing, with IBISWorld estimating revenue growth to be just 0.2 per cent annually over the five years to 2017/18, at $4.2... Read more
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News.com.au
Coca-Cola Amatil dealt a double blowhealthier options like bottled still and carbonated water. Soft drink sales gr
News.com.au / Posted 18 days ago
healthier options like bottled still and carbonated water. Soft drink sales growth in general have been slowing, with IBISWorld estimating revenue growth to be just 0.2 per cent annually over the five years to 2017/18, at $4.2... Read more
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Peoria Journal Star
After 15 months, still no development on Northwest Peoria golf complexranges and golf entertainment centers have seen a revenue growth of 3 percent a
Peoria Journal Star / Posted 19 days ago
ranges and golf entertainment centers have seen a revenue growth of 3 percent annually between 2011 and 2016, according to IBISWorld. The company's report stated that "time-strapped individuals" were now looking for more convenient ways to play... Read more
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Spalding Today
SUPPORT OUR SHOPS: French connection at vintage tea shop in Long SuttonUK cafe and coffee shop industry is worth £6.2 billion a year, according to res
Spalding Today / Posted 21 days ago
UK cafe and coffee shop industry is worth £6.2 billion a year, according to research by international business analysts IBISWorld. Despite being a part of the British high street for nearly 400 years, the mid-1990s was widely seen as the start... Read more
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CNBC
Is China ready for 24-hour gyms? This company thinks soamong the young population are driving growth in China's fitness industry, expe
CNBC / Posted 26 days ago
among the young population are driving growth in China's fitness industry, experts said. A report by ACMR-IBISWorld in 2016 anticipated that in the five years through 2021, industry revenue will increase 7.8 percent annually to... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Southern California's grocery battle heats up with the spread of discounter Aldifor and that it’s been aggressively expanding its offerings of produce, fresh m
Los Angeles Times / Posted 26 days ago
for and that it’s been aggressively expanding its offerings of produce, fresh meat and organic products. The research firm IBISWorld recently noted that smaller-store formats, such as those operated by Aldi, Trader Joe’s and others, appeal to many... Read more
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Weekly Times
Kirin may be after milk moneyis based in the Docklands, commands a 19.1 per cent share of Australia’s dairy
Weekly Times / Posted 27 days ago
is based in the Docklands, commands a 19.1 per cent share of Australia’s dairy sector, according to industry researcher IbisWorld. That makes it a strong second-placed rival to Murray Goulburn Cooperative, on 21.2 per cent. Lion would not be... Read more
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The Columbian
Amazon gambles on getting people to buy food onlineto know what they’re getting and putting in their bodies,” said Madeline Hurley
The Columbian / Posted 28 days ago
to know what they’re getting and putting in their bodies,” said Madeline Hurley, a senior analyst at market research firm IBISWorld. “Books are lot more homogenous,” she said, noting that a hardcover Harry Potter book is the same at Amazon —... Read more
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Canberra Times
Australian Bureau of Statistics report shows car sales decline in Canberrachange culminating in the closure of car manufacturers Toyota, Holden and Ford,
Canberra Times / Posted 30 days ago
change culminating in the closure of car manufacturers Toyota, Holden and Ford, in Australia in 2017. Based on IBISWorld data, the MTAA said the "impact of these closures will mean an abrupt decline in the forecast of employment and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Car sales stall in the ACTchange culminating in the closure of car manufacturers Toyota, Holden and Ford,
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted a month ago
change culminating in the closure of car manufacturers Toyota, Holden and Ford, in Australia in 2017. Based on IBISWorld data, the MTAA said that the "impact of these closures will mean an abrupt decline in the forecast of employment... Read more
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The Age
Car sales stall in the ACTchange culminating in the closure of car manufacturers Toyota, Holden and Ford,
The Age / Posted a month ago
change culminating in the closure of car manufacturers Toyota, Holden and Ford, in Australia in 2017. Based on IBISWorld data, the MTAA said that the "impact of these closures will mean an abrupt decline in the forecast of employment... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Retail giants Walmart and Amazon are in a Godzilla vs. Mothra warhuge category that is still in its early stages. FreshDirect had sales of arou
Crain's New York Business / Posted a month ago
huge category that is still in its early stages. FreshDirect had sales of around $600 million in 2016, according to IBISWorld. It estimated that AmazonFresh had $246 million in revenue that year. Associated Press contributed to this... Read more
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Market Watch
What if Amazon disrupts the heavily regulated beer industry with Whole Foods?for) — and places an additional premium on a service that Drizly, Saucey, Klink
Market Watch / Posted a month ago
for) — and places an additional premium on a service that Drizly, Saucey, Klink, Tavour and others already provide. While IBISWorld predicted that online beer, wine and liquor sales would rise 6.5% to $614 million last year, that’s still an... Read more
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CTV News
The Source revamps stores to avoid becoming 'walking dead' in tech retailelectronics industry has declined over the past five years at an annualized rat
CTV News / Posted a month ago
electronics industry has declined over the past five years at an annualized rate of 1.2 per cent, according to estimates by IBISWorld. The market-research firm projects revenue will continue to fall between 2017 and 2022 at an annualized rate of 0.8... Read more

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