Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c41788) has announced the addition of Latino-Business Barometer United States to their offering.
As the size of the Hispanic population increases in the United States, Hispanic-owned businesses also are growing at a fast pace and assuming an increasingly important role in the nation's economy. It has become increasingly important for those marketing in the business-to-business market space, to have a sound assessment of the size and characteristics of this rapidly growing market segment. In this report, the author provides a detailed set of forecasts of Hispanic-owned business and employment by Hispanic-owned firms out to the year 2008.
This report is based in part on the Hispanic-Business Database which contains forecasts of employment, firms, payroll, and sales revenues of Hispanic-Owned firms. The database covers firms in the US, all fifty US states and for over 300 metropolitan areas. Forecasts are segmented by firm employment size and industry verticals and sub-verticals and cover the period 2004 through to 2008.
This report highlights the detailed forecasts available within this database. This report also provides insights into the Hispanic-business growth expectations and spending plans. Growth and spending expectations were captured in a telephone survey of owners of 350 Hispanic-owned businesses in the four largest Hispanic markets in the country: California, Florida, New York and Texas. The survey results help us understand the economic expectations among Hispanic-owned businesses and also provide insights into the Latino business culture.
Did you know...
-- Hispanic-Owned Firms make up 4.5% of total U.S. Firms (368,000 in 2005)
-- Hispanic-Owned Firms employ 1.8% of total U.S. Labor Force (2.4 million in 2005)
-- Over the next 10 years, Hispanic-owned businesses will be the fastest growing component of the business end-user market in the United States - their rate of growth is expected to be in the 8 percent range- almost three times the rate of overall U.S. firms.
-- Half of the sampled firms (those with 1-100 full-time employees) are owned by first generation immigrants to the U.S.
-- By 2008 Hispanic-owned firms are expected to be generating $547 billion in revenues.
-- In 2008, the average revenue per employee for Hispanic-owned firms will be about $176,000.00
-- Hispanic-owned firms are very young firms.
-- Hispanic-owned firms have higher growth rates than the average U.S. firms - 7.7 percent growth compared to 1 percent for particularly all U.S. firms.
-- Hispanic-owned firms are expecting higher revenue growth and labor force growth than non-Hispanic firms.
a. Executive Summary
b. Forecast of Hispanic-Owned Businesses, Employment, Revenues, and Payroll.
c. The Cultural Context of Hispanic Business
-- 1. Employer vs. Non-Employer Firms in the US
-- 2. Hispanic Owned Firms in the US Segmented by number of employees working at the firm
-- 3. Forecast of US Hispanic Employer Firms
-- 4. Forecast of Employees Working for Hispanic- Owned Firms
-- 5. Forecast of Revenues of Hispanic-Owned Firms
-- 6. Forecast of Payroll of Hispanic-Owned Firms
-- 7. Summary Statistics on Hispanic-Owned Firms
-- 8. Average Annual Income of an Employee Working for a Hispanic-Owned Business.
-- 9. Average Sales Per Employee in Hispanic-Owned Firms
-- 10. 1997 Hispanic Owned Firms in the US, Segmented by number of employees working at the firm
-- 11. California, Florida, Texas and New York Employment Forecast in Hispanic-Owned Firms
-- 12. California, Florida, Texas and New York Hispanic-Owned Employer Firms Forecast
-- 13. California, Florida, Texas, New York , and US Payroll of Hispanic-Owned Firms
-- 14. California, Florida, Texas, New York , and US Revenue of Hispanic-Owned Firms
-- 15. Hispanic-Owned Employer Firms Segmented by Industry
-- 16. Hispanic-Owned Employer Firms Segmented by Employment Size
-- 17. Employees of Hispanic-Owned Employer Firms Segmented by Employment Size
-- 18. Survey Result: Employment Growth Expectations in 2005, Segmented by Firm Employment Size
-- 19. Survey Result: Revenue Growth Expectations in 2005, Segmented by Firm Employment Size
-- 20. Survey Result: Comparison of Revenue Growth Expectations Hispanic-Owned firms vs. Non-Hispanic-Owned Firms
-- 21. Survey Result: Legal Status of Hispanic-Owned Firms
-- 22. Survey Result: Immigration status of Hispanic Business Owners
-- 23. Survey Result: Education Levels of Hispanic Business-Owners
-- 24. Survey Result: Use of Spanish in Hispanic Owned Firms
-- 25. Survey Result: Advertising Venues Employed by Hispanic Firms
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