in the News – April and May Highlights

In the last two months,'s publishing divisions were cited in wide variety of publications. A few select examples are featured below.

Read on to learn about the insights, quotes, and data covered by the press. To access additional information about a particular subject, click the link to the related report page.

Topics: Industry Insights

Global Intelligent Lighting Controls Market Forecast

The global intelligent lighting controls market is estimated to reach $36 billion by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 10.2% from 2017 to 2023, according to the market intelligence report Global Intelligent Lighting Controls Market by BIS Research.

Emerging technologies have accelerated the usage of intelligent lighting controls in various end use applications. The market is further being driven by the increasing smart homes market along with customization benefits and the continuously decreasing average selling price (ASP) of LED bulbs.

Topics: Manufacturing & Construction Heavy Industry

Market Research Weekly Wrap-Up: May 26, 2017

In this week's wrap-up, we bring you the latest blog posts from our publishing divisions.

Read new insights on a variety of markets including virtual reality in healthcare, value grocery retailers, smart technology, edible water packaging, the wedding industry, athletic footwear, millennial consumers, and more.

Topics: Industry Insights

7 Market Research Reports on the Millennial Consumer

As the biggest generation in history, millennials will have an enormous impact on the economy in the coming years. Researchers have analyzed the millennial generation from all angles — from how millennials behave at work, to how they feel about luxury brands, to the quality of their relationships with their parents, and much more.

Topics: Demographics Industry Insights

The Wedding Industry in 2017 and Beyond

The average cost of a wedding reached an all-time high of $32,329, according to The Knot 2016 Real Weddings Study, which surveyed 13,000 brides and grooms across the United States.

That’s good news for the 300,000-plus wedding vendors operating in the U.S., including ceremony and reception venues, DJs, coordinators, photographers, caterers, hair and make-up artists, limo drivers, and more.

Topics: House & Home Retail Industry Insights

Market Research Weekly Wrap-Up: May 12, 2017

Check out the latest articles from Packaged Facts, Freedonia Focus Reports, The Freedonia Group, Kalorama Information, and

This week, we cover a variety of topics including the markets for frozen food, Christmas decorations, copper mining, oil refineries, virtual anatomy, and much more.

Topics: Industry Insights

Global Recruitment Industry Outlook for 2017

Companies are increasingly turning to staffing and recruiting companies to find qualified candidates and expand their workforce in a cost-effective manner.

However, recruitment is being disrupted by technology — creating a host of new changes and opportunities in the years ahead. Read on for a quick overview of the industry, and learn about top recruiting companies, trends, and challenges.

Topics: Business Services & Administration Industry Insights

Market Research Weekly Wrap-Up: May 5, 2017

Check out the latest articles from's publishing divisions. Learn about a wide range of markets including:

  • Electronic medical records
  • Artifical intelligence
  • Pet products
  • Electric buses
  • And much more
Topics: Industry Insights

Electronic Medical Records: 7 Fast-Moving Trends to Watch

The $28 billion dollar electronic medical records (EMR) market is shaking up, nearly cracking, according to a new report by Kalorama Information, a leading healthcare market research firm.

The industry faces dissatisfaction among customers and IT staff shortages. Physicians are still not convinced EMRs reduce costs or improve patient care. On top of that, the Trump administration could usher in new policies, for better or worse.

Topics: Healthcare Kalorama Information Industry Insights

Artificial Intelligence Market Forecast, Plus Top Companies

Many of the world’s largest corporations are investing in artificial intelligence. Advancements in AI could give these companies “an unbelievable advantage,” according to the MIT Technology Review.

A concept once associated mostly with science fiction, AI is now being applied to everything from web search and personal assistants, to industrial robots, self-driving cars, and autonomous weapons.

Topics: Software & Enterprise Computing Industry Insights