MarketResearch.com partners with more than 700 publishers to offer users the most comprehensive collection of market intelligence. This week, MarketResearch.com is spotlighting multi-industry research provider Barnes Reports. We asked Barnes Reports to share more information about their reports and what differentiates them from other market research companies. Read on to learn what they had to say.
Barnes Reports provides cost-effective and timely studies on the largest manufacturing, retail, wholesale, and services industries and product lines in the United States and the world.
Founded in 2007, Barnes Reports estimates establishments, industry sales, and employment for all industries in the U.S. and the 60 largest countries worldwide, and provides reports on product lines, service functions, and manufacturing consumables. We offer the most industry reports at the most competitive prices.
Our bestselling report series is the U.S. Industry & Market report series ($149). The number of establishments, industry sales, and employment are forecasted nationally and for every U.S. state and over 900 metro areas. Over 300 reports are widely distributed, but all U.S. industries are available in this series. Our first set of the largest U.S. industries (150+) is the first available in October before any other publisher. These reports feature “sub-industries” estimates, which are unique among other industry research publishers.
Barnes Reports’ Worldwide Industry & Market report series ($299) provides estimates on the number of establishments, industry sales, and employment (including “sub-industries”) for the largest 60 countries. Over 200 reports are published beginning each year in January, but all worldwide industries are available upon request.
The U.S. Capital & Expenses report series ($149) researches investment and spending topics for manufacturing, retail, wholesale, service, finance, and health care industries. Topics included are average cost of materials, capital expenditures (buildings, machinery, computers, depreciation), HR expenses (payroll, health insurance, retirement/pension plans), and other expenses (expensed equipment, repair/maintenance, advertising, taxes). Over 200 reports are published beginning in November each year, but all U.S. industries are available.
Barnes Reports’ U.S. Product & Retail report series ($199) studies economic demand for over 200 retail product lines for 15 retail channels. Product lines include Durable & Non-Durable Product Lines Sales through Retail Industry Channels including Groceries, Apparel, Appliances, Electronics, Furniture, Automobiles, Hardware, Office Supplies, and Sporting Goods. Over 2,000 reports are published beginning in November each year.
Our U.S. Product & Retail report series ($199) researches economic demand for over 200 service functions for 20 service industries. Service functions include Services/Functions through Service Channels including Accounting, Advertising, Legal, Health Care, Real Estate, Engineering, Publishing, Computer, Consulting, Investment, Product Resale, Gifts & Grants, Entertainment, and Sports. Over 1,000 reports are published beginning in April each year.
Barnes Reports’ U.S. Materials & Manufacturing report series ($199) studies production and consumables for 30 manufacturing industries. Consumables include Materials/Consumables through Manufacturing Industries including Food, Textile, Wood, Paper, Chemicals, Petroleum, Metals, Fabricated Metal, Nonmetallic Minerals, Plastics & Rubber, Computer and Electronics, Transportation, and Machinery. Over 2,000 reports are published beginning in July each year.
In 2016, Barnes Reports will be releasing three new report series:
- Worldwide Product & Retail report series ($299) – We are expanding our U.S. series to include the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, and other European countries with hundreds of regional and metropolitan areas in each report.
- Worldwide Product & Services report series ($299) – We are expanding our U.S. series to include the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, and other European countries with hundreds of regional and metropolitan areas in each report.
- S. Advertising & Marketing report series ($199) – Reports will feature advertising spending for over 200 industries for printed advertising (direct mail, newspapers, magazines), social media (internet ads), broadcasting (TV, radio), and others.
We hope you will find these reports useful in your research efforts. Some of the unique features in the Barnes Reports series that will help you are:
- We offer low prices for specific data and statistics.
- We publish reports on all industries, so reports on many smaller industries are only available with Barnes Reports.
- We are the only publisher with sub-industries data.
- Our Product & Retail/Services and Material & Manufacturing reports are unique, especially by U.S. state and metro area.
Let us help you with your research with our outstanding customer service and ability to find the report that best meets your needs. To check out market research studies by Barnes Reports, go to MarketResearch.com.
Editor's Note: This blog post was written by the team at Barnes Reports.
Barnes Reports is also available on Profound, where users can purchase sections of reports "by the slice." To learn more, visit the Profound website, click the "browse publishers" icon, and click "Barnes Reports."