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Short circuit: Despite economic recovery, competition will stunt revenue growth
Consumer Electronics Stores in the US
Consumer electronics and appliances are staples in American households and include a wide range of items, from DVD players to refrigerators. The Consumer Electronics Stores industry, which largely relies on discretionary purchases of such products, has been plagued by sluggish growth in per capita disposable income and consumer confidence over the past five years. In the coming years, the economic recovery will drive renewed consumer spending and carry the industry into a somewhat stunted comeback. In light of mounting competition from online retailers, industry companies will be sustained by consumers who prefer to shop for big-ticket items in-store.
Consumer electronics stores retail a range of new appliances, electrical goods and home entertainment products, such as dishwashers, TVs and computers. Many stores also offer repair services and some stores sell used goods. This industry does not include stores that primarily sell computers (Computer and Software Stores, IBISWorld Report 44312).
This report covers the scope, size, disposition and growth of the industry including the key sensitivities and success factors. Also included are five year industry forecasts, growth rates and an analysis of the industry key players and their market shares.
Computer Stores in the US
Camera Stores in the US
Appliance Repair in the US
E-Commerce & Online Auctions in the US
Mail Order in the US
Auto Parts Stores in the US
Hobby & Toy Stores in the US
Fabric, Craft & Sewing Supplies Stores in the US
Office Supply Stores in the US
Used Goods Stores in the US
Electronic & Computer Repair Services in the US
Global Consumer Electronics Manufacturing
Household Electrical Appliance Manufacturing in China
Domestic Appliance Retailing in Australia
Global Household Cooking & Appliance Manufacturing
Mobile Phone Manufacturing in China
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