New Topical US Market Research Studies by IBISWorld Published at MarketPublishers.com

23 Jan 2012 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON - Market Publishers Ltd informs that new in-demand IBISWorld studies on US markets have been added to its catalogue.

Business Valuation Firms in the US. Due to an increase in bankruptcies that offset the low level of M&A activity, the industry performed relatively well during the recession. In upcoming years stronger growth is expected, in part because of baby boomers that will sell their businesses as they reach retirement age. More essential information on the industry’s current performance and future perspectives can be found in the report …

Conservation & Human Rights Organizations in the US. The industry includes organizations primarily engaged in promoting a wide range of social and environmental issues – causes associated with human rights, environment and wildlife protection, community action, peace, international awareness and other social causes. More details on the market landscape, its statistics and participants and in-depth future projections can be found in the study …

Online Art Sales in the US. With consumers increased use of the internet in order to bid on art auctions, online art sales will keep on growing steadily. A low trade-weighted index will to boost demand through an increase in overseas art sales. The report provides an in-depth coverage of the industry including the key sensitivities and success factors, five year industry forecasts and analysis of the key market players …

Corporate Wellness Services in the US. Companies in this industry are primarily engaged in providing workplace programs that offer a combination of educational, organizational and environmental activities designed to support behavior that is conducive to the health of employees in a business and their families. The study thoroughly examines the industry, its dynamics and statistics and provides all-inclusive coverage of market landscape and segmentation …

Demolition & Wrecking in the US. The market for wrecking and demolition services is subject to competition from companies that primarily operate in other building and construction industries, however, contractors in this industry capture the bulk of activity in this market and are generally subcontracted by prime building contractors and developers. The study features the recent performance and projected future of the industry …

More new studies by the publisher can be found at IBISWorld page.

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