Weekly Wrap-Up: February 22, 2019

weekly wrap-up 2/22Catch up with the latest articles from Marketresearch.com's publishing brands, including analysis from The Freedonia Group and Simba Information. 

This week's insights span across the latest innovations in the lawn and garden industry, e-commerce and its effects on the box market, new headwinds against big tech companies, and much more. Read on to find out!

Lawn & Garden Robots: 4 Key Companies to Watch

Thought the US market for lawn and garden robots is substantially smaller than Europe's, this high-tech industry is expected to more than double in value from 2018 to 2022, reaching $95 million, according to a new report from The Freedonia Group.

E-Commerce Boom Boosts Box Market

According to The Freedonia Group, the box industry is a major beneficiary of the online shopping boom.

After a Rough 2018, Big Tech Now Under the Microscope

According to Simba Information, 2018 was the year the tide may have begun to turn against the companies that dominate markets like search and social media, collectively known as big tech.

Meet the Analyst: Ken Long, Industry Study Manager

With over 18 years of market research experience, Ken Long leads a team of analysts that produce studies on building and construction products at The Freedonia Group. He has authored 64 studies, and his research has appeared in such publications as The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and Fortune.

5 Hot Pet Innovations for 2019

Per U.S. Pet Market Outlook 2019–2020, an upcoming report from Packaged Facts, pet tech products reached $565 million in sales in 2018, with demand expected to grow for smart pet technologies with innovative safety and convenience features.

Can China Become a Top Destination for Biologics Manufacturing?

China is currently best known as "the world's factory" for consumer goods, electronics, and commodities.  Can it make the leap into more complex biopharmaceutical production?

Increasing Penetration of IP Cameras Driving the Global Video Surveillance Market

Per a market intelligence report from BIS Research, the global video surveillance market was estimated to reach a market value of $36.54 billion in 2018.

Topics: Industry Insights