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The Indian Interior Products Industry, Key Trends and Opportunities till 2015: New Construction to be the Key Driver of Growth

London (PRWEB) December 13, 2013

Synopsis

•Market size and forecast of the Indian interior products industry

•Current, historic and forecast value and trends of the individual product categories

•Description of distribution channels and user markets for the interior products industry.

•Details of top interior product companies in India

Summary

“The Indian Interior Products Industry, Key Trends and Opportunities till 2015: Construction Industry to Drive Growth” provides a top-level overview and detailed market, category and company-specific insights into the operating environment for interior design products manufacturers and retailers. It is an essential tool for companies active across the Indian interior design products market, including producers and distributors, and new competitors considering entering the industry.

Scope

•Historical values for the interior products industry for 2006-10 and forecast figures for 2011-15

•Supporting text on individual markets and values for categories for 2006-10 and forecasts till 2015

•Analysis of production, trade, distribution and consumption dynamics

•Porter’s Five Forces analysis of the competitive landscapes for manufacturers & retailers

•Profiles of top interior product manufacturers and retailers in India

Reasons to buy

•This report will help to inform your strategic business decisions using strong historic and forecast market sizing data

•This report will help you to understand manufacturing, trade, retail and demand-side dynamics within the Indian interior products market highlighting key market trends and growth opportunities

•This report will help you to assess the competitive dynamics in the interior product manufacturing and retail sectors

•This report will help you to identify the growth opportunities and industry dynamics within 11 key product categories – bathroom products, bedroom products, fabrics and soft furnishings, flooring products, furnishing products, kitchen products, lighting products, office furniture products, tableware and decorative products, wallcoverings and window coverings and treatments.

1 Introduction

1.1 What is this Report About?

1.2 Definitions

1.3 Summary Methodology

2 Market Attractiveness of Interior Products in India

2.1 Interior Products Market Size and Forecast

2.1.1 Interior products market size, total

2.1.2 Interior products demand by product category

2.1.3 Interior product demand analysis by end-user

2.1.4 Interior product analysis by distribution channel

2.2 Market Trends and Key Drivers

2.2.1 Impact of westernization

2.2.2 Growing middle class

2.2.3 Change in the demographic structure

2.2.4 Large scale renovation led by hospitality

2.2.5 Largest consumer base

2.3 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis – Interior Products Manufacturing

2.3.1 Bargaining power of supplier: low

2.3.2 Bargaining power of buyer: medium

2.3.3 Barrier to entry: low to medium

2.3.4 Intensity of rivalry: medium to high

2.3.5 Threat of substitution: medium

2.4 Porter’s Five Force Analysis: Interior Products Retailing

2.4.1 Bargaining power of suppliers: low to medium

2.4.2 Bargaining power of buyer: medium to high

2.4.3 Barrier to entry: low to medium

2.4.4 Intensity of rivalry: high

2.4.5 Threat of substitutes: medium to high

2.5 Benchmarking with Key European Markets

3 Bathroom Products

3.1 Demand Dynamics and Forecast of Bathroom Products

3.1.1 Bathroom products market size

3.1.2 Bathroom products analysis by product segment

3.1.3 Bathroom products analysis by end-user

3.1.4 Bathroom products analysis by distribution channel

3.2 Bathroom Products Production Dynamics

3.3 Bathroom Products Imports and Exports

3.4 Bathroom Products Key Trends and Drivers

4 Bedroom Products

4.1 Demand Dynamics and Forecast of Bedroom Products

4.1.1 Bedroom products market size

4.1.2 Bedroom products analysis by product segment

4.1.3 Bedroom products analysis by end-user

4.1.4 Bedroom products analysis by distribution channel

4.2 Bedroom Products Production Dynamics

4.3 Bedroom Products Imports and Exports

4.4 Bedroom Products Key Trends and Drivers

5 Fabrics and Soft Furnishings

5.1 Demand Dynamics and Forecast for Fabrics and Soft Furnishings

5.1.1 Fabrics and soft furnishings market size

5.1.2 Fabrics and soft furnishings analysis by product segment

5.1.3 Fabrics and soft furnishings analysis by end-user

5.1.4 Fabrics and soft furnishings analysis by distribution channel

5.2 Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Production Dynamics

5.3 Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Imports and Exports

5.4 Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Key Trends and Drivers

6 Flooring Products

6.1 Demand Dynamics and Forecast of Flooring Products

6.1.1 Flooring products market size

6.1.2 Flooring products analysis by product segment

6.1.3 Flooring products analysis by end-user

6.1.4 Flooring products analysis by distribution channel

6.2 Flooring Products Production Dynamics

6.3 Flooring Products Imports and Exports

6.4 Flooring Products Key Trends and Drivers

7 Furnishing Products

7.1 Demand Dynamics and Forecast of Furnishing Products

7.1.1 Furnishing products market size

7.1.2 Furnishing products analysis by product segment

7.1.3 Furnishing products analysis by end-user

7.1.4 Furnishing products analysis by distribution channel

7.2 Furnishing Products Production Dynamics

7.3 Furnishing Products Imports and Exports

7.4 Furnishings Key Trends and Drivers

8 Kitchen Products

8.1 Demand Dynamics and Forecast of Kitchen Products

8.1.1 Kitchen products market size

8.1.2 Kitchen products analysis by product segment

8.1.3 Kitchen products analysis by end-user

8.1.4 Kitchen products analysis by distribution channel

8.2 Kitchen Products Production Dynamics

8.3 Kitchen Products Imports and Exports

8.4 Kitchen Products Key Trends and Drivers

9 Lighting Products

9.1 Demand Dynamics and Forecast of Lighting Products

9.1.1 Lighting products market size

9.1.2 Lighting products analysis by product segment

9.1.3 Lighting products analysis by end-user

9.1.4 Lighting products analysis by distribution channel

9.2 Lighting Products Production Dynamics

9.3 Lighting Products Imports and Exports

9.4 Lighting Products Key Trends and Drivers

10 Office Furniture Products

10.1 Demand Dynamics and Forecast of Office Furniture Products

10.1.1 Office furniture products market size

10.1.2 Office furniture products analysis by product segment

10.1.3 Office furniture products analysis by end-user

10.1.4 Office furniture products analysis by distribution channel

10.2 Office Furniture Products Production Dynamics

10.3 Office Furniture Products Imports and Exports

10.4 Office Furniture Products Key Trends and Drivers

11 Tableware and Decorative Products

11.1 Demand Dynamics and Forecast of Tableware and Decorative Products

11.1.1 Tableware and decorative products market size

11.1.2 Tableware and decorative products analysis by product segment

11.1.3 Tableware and decorative products analysis by end-user

11.1.4 Tableware and decorative products analysis by distribution channel

11.2 Tableware and Decorative Production Dynamics

11.3 Tableware and Decorative Imports and Exports

11.4 Tableware and Decorative Products Key Trends and Drivers

12 Wallcoverings

12.1 Demand Dynamics and Forecast of Wallcoverings

12.1.1 Wallcoverings market size

12.1.2 Wallcoverings analysis by product segment

12.1.3 Wallcoverings analysis by end-user

12.1.4 Wallcoverings analysis by distribution channel

12.2 Wallcoverings Production Dynamics

12.3 Wallcoverings Imports and Exports

12.4 Wallcoverings Key Trends and Drivers

13 Window Coverings and Treatments

13.1 Demand Dynamics and Forecast of Window Coverings and Treatments

13.1.1 Window coverings and treatments market size

13.1.2 Window coverings and treatments analysis by product segment

13.1.3 Window coverings and treatments analysis by end-user

13.1.4 Window coverings and treatments analysis by distribution channel

13.2 Window Coverings and Treatments Production Dynamics

13.3 Window Coverings and Treatments Imports and Exports

13.4 Window Coverings and Treatments Key Trends and Drivers

14 Competitive Landscape and Strategic Insights

14.1 Competitive Landscape – Manufacturing

14.2 Key Manufacturing Companies

14.3 Durian Industries Ltd. – Company Overview

14.3.1 Durian Industries Ltd. – key facts

14.3.2 Durian Industries Ltd. – major products and services

14.3.3 Durian Industries Ltd. – major competitors

14.3.4 Durian Industries Ltd. – key employees

14.4 Roca Bathroom Products Pvt. Ltd. – Company Overview

14.4.1 Roca Bathroom Products Pvt. Ltd. – key facts

14.4.2 Roca Bathroom Products Pvt. Ltd. – major products

14.4.3 Roca Bathroom Products Pvt. Ltd. – major competitors

14.4.4 Roca Bathroom Products Pvt. Ltd. – key employees

14.5 Asian Paints Ltd. – Company Overview

14.5.1 Asian Paints Ltd. – key facts

14.5.2 Asian Paints Ltd. – major products

14.5.3 Asian Paints Ltd. – major competitors

14.5.4 Asian Paints Ltd. – key employees

14.6 Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd. – Company Overview

14.6.1 Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd. – key facts

14.6.2 Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd. – major products and services

14.6.1 Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd. - SWOT analysis

14.6.2 Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd. – major competitors

14.6.3 Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd. – key employees

14.7 Havells India Limited – Company Overview

14.7.1 Havells India Limited – key facts

14.7.2 Havells India Limited – major products

14.7.3 Havells India Limited – major competitors

14.7.4 Havells India Limited – key employees

14.8 Competitive Landscape – Retail

14.9 Key Retailing Companies

14.10 The Bombay Dyeing & Manufacturing Company Ltd. – Company Overview

14.10.1 The Bombay Dyeing & Manufacturing Company Ltd – key facts

14.10.2 The Bombay Dyeing & Manufacturing Company Ltd – major products and services

14.10.3 The Bombay Dyeing & Manufacturing Company Ltd – major competitors

14.10.4 The Bombay Dyeing & Manufacturing Company Ltd – key employees

14.11 At Home – Company Overview

14.11.1 At Home – key facts

14.11.2 At Home – major products

14.11.3 At Home – major competitors

14.11.4 At Home – key employees

14.12 Reliance Living – Company Overview

14.12.1 Reliance Living – key facts

14.12.2 Reliance Living – major products

14.12.3 Reliance Living – major competitors

14.12.4 Reliance Living – key employees

14.13 Godrej Interio – Company Overview

14.13.1 Godrej Interio – key facts

14.13.2 Godrej Interio – major products

14.13.3 Godrej Interio – major competitors

14.13.4 Godrej Interio – key employees

14.14 Stanley Lifestyles – Company Overview

14.14.1 Stanley Lifestyles – key facts

14.14.2 Stanley Lifestyles – major products and services

14.14.3 Stanley Lifestyles – major competitors

14.14.4 Stanley Lifestyles – Key Employees

15 Business Environment and Country Risk

15.1 Business Confidence

15.1.1 Business confidence indicator

15.1.2 Market capitalization trend - Bombay stock exchange (BSE), India

15.1.3 FDI inflows by sector

15.1.4 Deployment of credit by sector

15.2 Economic Performance

15.2.1 GDP at constant prices (us dollars)

15.2.2 GDP per capita at constant prices (us dollars)

15.2.3 GDP at Current Prices (US dollars)

15.2.4 GDP per capita at current prices (us dollars)

15.2.5 GDP split by key segments

15.2.6 Agriculture net output at current prices (Indian rupee)

15.2.7 Agriculture net output at current prices (US dollars)

15.2.8 Agriculture net output at current prices as percentage of GDP

15.2.9 Manufacturing net output at current prices (Indian rupee)

15.2.10 Manufacturing net output at current prices (US dollars)

15.2.11 Manufacturing net output at current prices as percentage of GDP

15.2.12 Mining, manufacturing and utilities net output at current prices (Indian rupee)

15.2.13 Mining, manufacturing and utilities at current prices (US dollars)

15.2.14 Mining, manufacturing and utilities at current prices as percentage of GDP

15.2.15 Construction net output at current prices (Indian rupee)

15.2.16 Construction net output at current prices (US dollars)

15.2.17 Construction net output at current prices as a percentage of GDP

15.2.18 Crude steel production

15.2.19 Crude oil consumption

15.2.20 Inflation rate

15.2.21 Fiscal balance as a percentage of GDP

15.2.22 Current account balance as a percentage of GDP

15.2.23 Exports as a percentage of GDP

15.2.24 Imports as a percentage of GDP

15.2.25 Exports growth

15.2.26 Imports growth

15.2.27 External debt as a percentage of GDP

15.2.28 Annual average exchange rate US$ –INR

15.2.29 End-of-period exchange rate US$ –INR

15.2.30 Debt service ratio

15.3 Infrastructure Quality and Availability

15.3.1 Total airports and sea ports

15.3.2 Railways and roadways

15.3.3 Passenger vehicle production volume

15.3.4 Commercial vehicle production volume

15.3.5 Commercial vehicle export volume trend

15.3.6 Passenger vehicle export volume trend

15.3.7 Automotive components exports trend

15.3.8 Automotive components imports trend

15.3.9 Passenger car penetration

15.3.10 Motorcycle penetration

15.3.11 Total installed capacity for electricity generation

15.3.12 Installed capacity for the generation of conventional thermal electricity

15.3.13 Electricity production

15.3.14 Installed capacity for the generation of hydroelectricity

15.3.15 Installed capacity for renewable electricity generation

15.3.16 Electricity consumption

15.3.17 Electricity exports

15.3.18 Electricity imports

15.3.19 Healthcare expenditure

15.3.20 Healthcare expenditure as percentage of GDP

15.3.21 Healthcare expenditure per capita

15.3.22 Total internet subscribers

15.3.23 Broadband internet subscribers

15.3.24 Personal computer penetration rate

15.3.25 Mobile phone penetration rate

15.3.26 R&D Expenditure as a percentage of GDP

15.4 Labor Force

15.4.1 Labor force

15.4.2 Unemployment rate

15.5 Demographics

15.5.1 Annual disposable income

15.5.2 Annual per-capita disposable income

15.5.3 Annual consumer expenditure on food

15.5.4 Annual per-capita consumer expenditure on food

15.5.5 Total population

15.5.6 Urban and rural population

15.5.7 Female percentage of population

15.5.8 Male percentage of population

15.5.9 Mean age of population

15.5.10 Median age of population

15.5.11 Population density

15.5.12 Age distribution of the total population

15.5.13 Age distribution of the male population

15.5.14 Age distribution of the female population

15.5.15 Number of households

15.6 Political and Social Risk

15.6.1 Political Stability

15.6.2 Terrorism Index

15.6.3 Transparency index

16 Appendix

16.1 About World Market Intelligence

16.2 Disclaimer

List of Tables

Table 1: World Market Intelligence Distribution Channel Definitions

Table 2: World Market Intelligence Interior Products Definitions

Table 3: Indian Interior Products Market Size, 2006–2010

Table 4: Indian Interior Products Demand Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 5: Indian Interior Products Demand by Product Category (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 6: Indian Interior Products Demand by Product Category (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 7: Indian Interior Products Demand by End-User (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 8: Indian Interior Products Demand by End-User (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 9: Indian Interior Products Demand Forecast by End-User (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 10: Indian Interior Products Demand Forecast by End-User (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 11: Indian Interior Products Distribution by Channel (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 12: Indian Interior Products Distribution by Channel (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 13: Indian Interior Products Distribution Forecast by Channel (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 14: Indian Interior Products Distribution Forecast by Channel (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 15: Indian Interior Design Product Manufacturing Industry – Five Forces Analysis

Table 16: Indian Interior Design Products Retailing – Five Forces Analysis

Table 17: Indian Bathroom Products Market Size, 2006–2010

Table 18: Indian Bathroom Products Market Size Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 19: Indian Bathroom Products Demand by Segments (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 20: Indian Bathroom Products Demand by Segments (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 21: Indian Bathroom Products Demand by Segment Forecast (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 22: Indian Bathroom Products Demand by Segment Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 23: Indian Bathroom Products Demand by End-User (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 24: Indian Bathroom Products Demand by End-User (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 25: Indian Bathroom Products Demand by End-User Forecast (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 26: Indian Bathroom Products Demand by End-User Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 27: Indian Bathroom Products Distribution (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 28: Indian Bathroom Products Distribution (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 29: Indian Bathroom Products Distribution Forecast (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 30: Indian Bathroom Products Distribution Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 31: Indian Bathroom Products Domestic Production, 2006–2010

Table 32: Indian Bathroom Products Domestic Production Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 33: Indian Bathroom Products Imports, 2006–2010

Table 34: Indian Bathroom Products Imports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 35: Indian Bathroom Products Exports, 2006–2010

Table 36: Indian Bathroom Products Exports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 37: Indian Bedroom Products Market Size, 2006–2010

Table 38: Indian Bedroom Products Market Size Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 39: Indian Bedroom Products Demand by Product Segment (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 40: Indian Bedroom Products Demand by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 41: Indian Bedroom Products Demand Forecast by Product Segment (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 42: Indian Bedroom Products Demand Forecast by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 43: Indian Bedroom Products Demand by End-User (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 44: Indian Bedroom Products Demand by End-User (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 45: Indian Bedroom Products Demand Forecast by End-User (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 46: Indian Bedroom Products Demand Forecast by End-User (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 47: Indian Bedroom Products Distribution (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 48: Indian Bedroom Products Distribution (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 49: Indian Bedroom Products Distribution Forecast (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 50: Indian Bedroom Products Distribution Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 51: Indian Bedroom Products Domestic Production, 2006–2010

Table 52: Indian Bedroom Products Domestic Production Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 53: Indian Bedroom Products Imports, 2006–2010

Table 54: Indian Bedrooms Imports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 55: Indian Bedroom Products Exports, 2006–2010

Table 56: Indian Bedroom Products Exports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 57: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Market Size, 2006–2010

Table 58: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Market Size Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 59: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Demand by Segment (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 60: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Demand by Segment (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 61: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Demand Forecast by Product Segment (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 62: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Demand Forecast by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 63: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Demand by End-User (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 64: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Demand by End-User (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 65: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Demand Forecast by End-User (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 66: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Demand Forecast by End-User (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 67: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Distribution (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 68: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Distribution (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 69: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Distribution Forecast (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 70: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Distribution Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 71: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Domestic Production, 2006–2010

Table 72: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Domestic Production Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 73: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Imports, 2006–2010

Table 74: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Imports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 75: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Exports, 2006–2010

Table 76: Indian Fabrics and Soft Furnishings Exports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 77: Indian Flooring Products Market Size, 2006–2010

Table 78: Indian Flooring Products Market Size Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 79: Indian Flooring Products Demand by Product Segment (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 80: Indian Flooring Products Demand by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 81: Indian Flooring Products Demand Forecast by Product Segment (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 82: Indian Flooring Products Demand Forecast by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 83: Indian Flooring Products Demand by End-User (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 84: Indian Flooring Products Demand by End-User (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 85: Indian Flooring Products Demand Forecast by End-User (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 86: Indian Flooring Products Demand Forecast by End-User (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 87: Indian Flooring Products Distribution (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 88: Indian Flooring Products Distribution (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 89: Indian Flooring Products Distribution Forecast (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 90: Indian Flooring Products Distribution Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 91: Indian Flooring Products Domestic Production, 2006–2010

Table 92: Indian Flooring Products Domestic Production Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 93: Indian Flooring Products Imports, 2006–2010

Table 94: Indian Flooring Products Imports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 95: Indian Flooring Products Exports, 2006–2010

Table 96: Indian Flooring Products Exports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 97: Indian Furnishing Products Market Size, 2006–2010

Table 98: Indian Furnishing Products Market Size Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 99: Indian Furnishing Products Demand by Product Segment (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 100: Indian Furnishing Products Demand by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 101: Indian Furnishing Products Demand Forecast by Product Segment (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 102: Indian Furnishing Products Demand Forecast by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 103: Indian Furnishing Products Demand by End-User (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 104: Indian Furnishing Products Demand by End-User (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 105: Indian Furnishing Products Demand Forecast by End-User (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 106: Indian Furnishing Products Demand Forecast by End-User (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 107: Indian Furnishing Products Distribution (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 108: Indian Furnishing Products Distribution (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 109: Indian Furnishing Products Distribution Forecast (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 110: Indian Furnishing Products Distribution Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 111: Indian Furnishing Products Domestic Production, 2006–2010

Table 112: Indian Furnishing Products Domestic Production Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 113: Indian Furnishing Products Imports, 2006–2010

Table 114: Indian Furnishing Products Imports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 115: Indian Furnishing Products Exports, 2006–2010

Table 116: Indian Furnishing Products Export Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 117: Indian Kitchen Products Market Size, 2006–2010

Table 118: Indian Kitchen Products Market Size Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 119: Indian Kitchen Products Demand by Product Segment (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 120: Indian Kitchen Products Demand by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 121: Indian Kitchen Products Demand Forecast by Product Segment (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 122: Indian Kitchen Products Demand Forecast by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 123: Indian Kitchen Products Demand by End-User (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 124: Indian Kitchen Products Demand by End-User (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 125: Indian Kitchen Products Demand Forecast by End-User (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 126: Indian Kitchen Products Demand Forecast by End-User (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 127: Indian Kitchen Products Distribution (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 128: Indian Kitchen Products Distribution (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 129: Indian Kitchen Products Distribution (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 130: Indian Kitchen Products Distribution (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 131: Indian Kitchen Products Production, 2006–2010

Table 132: Indian Kitchen Products Production Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 133: Indian Kitchen Products Imports, 2006–2010

Table 134: Indian Kitchen Products Imports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 135: Indian Kitchen Products Exports, 2006–2010

Table 136: Indian Kitchen Products Export Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 137: Indian Lighting Products Market Size, 2006–2010

Table 138: Indian Lighting Products Market Size Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 139: Indian Lighting Products Demand by Products Segment (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 140: Indian Lighting Products Demand by Products Segment (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 141: Indian Lighting Products Demand Forecast by Product Segment (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 142: Indian Lighting Products Demand Forecast by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 143: Indian Lighting Products Demand by End-User (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 144: Indian Lighting Products Demand by End-User (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 145: Indian Lighting Products Demand Forecast by End-User (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 146: Indian Lighting Products Demand Forecast by End-User (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 147: Indian Lighting Products Distribution (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 148: Indian Lighting Products Distribution (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 149: Indian Lighting Products Distribution Forecast (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 150: Indian Lighting Products Distribution Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 151: Indian Lighting Products Domestic Production, 2006–2010

Table 152: Indian Lighting Products Domestic Production Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 153: Indian Lighting Products Imports, 2006–2010

Table 154: Indian Lighting Products Imports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 155: Indian Lighting Products Exports, 2006–2010

Table 156: Indian Lighting Products Exports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 157: Indian Office Furniture Products Market Size, 2006–2010

Table 158: Indian Office Furniture Product Market Size Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 159: Indian Office Furniture Products Demand by Product Segment (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 160: Indian Office Furniture Products Demand by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 161: Indian Office Furniture Products Demand Forecast by Product Segment (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 162: Indian Office Furniture Products Demand Forecast by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 163: Indian Office Furniture Products Demand by End-User (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 164: Indian Office Furniture Products Demand by End-User (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 165: Indian Office Furniture Products Demand Forecast by End-User (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 166: Indian Office Furniture Products Demand Forecast by End-User (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 167: Indian Office Furniture Products Distribution (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 168: Indian Office Furniture Products Distribution (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 169: Indian Office Furniture Products Distribution Forecast (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 170: Indian Office Furniture Products Distribution Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 171: Indian Office Furniture Products Domestic Production, 2006–2010

Table 172: Indian Office Furniture Products Domestic Production Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 173: Indian Office Furniture Products Imports, 2006–2010

Table 174: Indian Office Furniture Products Imports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 175: Indian Office Furniture Products Exports, 2006–2010

Table 176: Indian Office Furniture Products Exports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 177: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Market Size, 2006–2010

Table 178: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Market Size Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 179: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Demand by Product Segment (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 180: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Demand by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 181: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Demand Forecast by Product Segment (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 182: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Demand Forecast by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 183: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Demand by End-User (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 184: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Demand by End-User (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 185: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Demand Forecast by End-User (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 186: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Demand Forecast by End-User (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 187: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Distribution (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 188: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Distribution (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 189: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Distribution Forecast (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 190: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Distribution Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 191: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Domestic Production, 2006–2010

Table 192: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Domestic Production Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 193: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Imports, 2006–2010

Table 194: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Imports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 195: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Exports, 2006–2010

Table 196: Indian Tableware and Decorative Products Exports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 197: Indian Wallcoverings Market Size, 2006–2010

Table 198: Indian Wallcoverings Market Size Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 199: Indian Wallcoverings Demand by Product Segment (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 200: Indian Wallcoverings Demand by Product Segment (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 201: Indian Wallcoverings Demand by Product Segment Forecast (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 202: Indian Wallcoverings Demand by Product Segment Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 203: Indian Wallcoverings Demand by End-User (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 204: Indian Wallcoverings Demand by End-User (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 205: Indian Wallcoverings Demand Forecast by End-User (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 206: Indian Wallcoverings Demand Forecast by End-User (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 207: Indian Wallcoverings Distribution (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 208: Indian Wallcoverings Distribution (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 209: Indian Wallcoverings Distribution Forecast (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 210: Indian Wallcoverings Distribution Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 211: Indian Wallcoverings Domestic Production, 2006–2010

Table 212: Indian Wallcoverings Domestic Production Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 213: Indian Wallcoverings Imports, 2006–2010

Table 214: Indian Wallcoverings Imports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 215: Indian Wallcoverings Exports, 2006–2010

Table 216: Indian Wallcoverings Exports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 217: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Market Size, 2006–2010

Table 218: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Market Size Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 219: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Demand by Product Segments (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 220: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Demand by Product Segments (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 221: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Demand by Product Segments Forecast (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 222: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Demand by Product Segments Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 223: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Demand by End-User (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 224: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Demand Forecast by End-User (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 225: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Demand Forecast by End-User (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 226: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Distribution (INR Million), 2006–2010

Table 227: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Distribution (US$ Million), 2006–2010

Table 228: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Distribution Forecast (INR Million), 2010–2015

Table 229: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Distribution Forecast (US$ Million), 2010–2015

Table 230: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Domestic Production, 2006–2010

Table 231: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Products Domestic Production Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 232: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Products Imports, 2006–2010

Table 233: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Products Imports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 234: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Products Exports, 2006–2010

Table 235: Indian Window Coverings and Treatments Products Exports Forecast, 2010–2015

Table 236: Indian Interior Products Market – Leading Manufacturers

Table 237: Durian Industries Ltd., Key Facts

Table 238: Durian Industries Ltd., Major Products and Services

Table 239: Durian Industries Ltd., Key Employees

Table 240: Roca Bathroom Products Pvt. Ltd., Key Facts

Table 241: Roca Bathroom Products Pvt. Ltd., Major Products

Table 242: Roca Bathroom Products Pvt. Ltd., Key Employees

Table 243: Asian Paints Ltd., Key Facts

Table 244: Asian Paints Ltd., Major Products

Table 245: Asian Paints Ltd., Key Employees

Table 246: Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd., Key Facts

Table 247: Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd., Major Products and Services

Table 248: Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd., Key Employees

Table 249: Havells India Limited, Key Facts

Table 250: Havells India Limited, Major Products

Table 251: Havells India Limited, Key Employees

Table 252: Indian Interiors Products Market, Leading Retailers

Table 253: The Bombay Dyeing & Manufacturing Company Ltd, Key Facts

Table 254: The Bombay Dyeing & Manufacturing Company Ltd,, Major Products and Services

Table 255: The Bombay Dyeing & Manufacturing Company Ltd,, Key Employees

Table 256: At Home, Key Facts

Table 257: At Home, Major Products

Table 258: At Home, Key Employees

Table 259: Reliance Living, Key Facts

Table 260: Reliance Living, Major Products

Table 261: Maxeda B.V., Key Employees

Table 262: Godrej Interio, Key Facts

Table 263: Godrej Interio, Major Products

Table 264: Godrej Interio, Key Employees

Table 265: Stanley Lifestyles, Key Facts

Table 266: Stanley Lifestyles, Major Products and Services

Table 267: Stanley Lifestyles, Key Employees

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17Jan/140

World Big Data Market Opportunities 2013-2018

London (PRWEB) October 29, 2013

Report Details

Although big data is not a new concept, it has emerged as a significant commercial success over the past few years. Visiongain calculates that over the next five years big data will play an increasingly important role in the business segment as future systems will further exploit the capabilities offered by this technology. Visiongain has determined that the value of the global big data market in 2013 will reach $ 12.4 billion.

One of the key driving points for big data services has been its applicability to all forms of organizations where some sort of data is being compiled and managed. While all of these organizations might not gain equally from the application of big data, some will thrive from it and others will see results with a lower impact. Nonetheless big data is here to stay and is already being adopted in many sectors including healthcare, communications, retail, transport, private and the public sector.

In recent years, as the IT world discovers new and innovative ways on how to systematically collect and harness the power of big data, there has been increasing debate regarding its ethical application, especially with the growing concerns for user privacy and users demanding full transparency from organizations from how their private data is being handled.

This issue has been highlighted with the recent revelation from the leaked documents of the Prism initiative of the National Security Agency (NSA) and its alleged linkages to gain access to user data from giant corporations using big data such as Facebook, Google, Apple and a few others. These companies could come under close scrutiny for the exploitation of their users private data if these claims are found to be true.

Big data is turning out to be a ubiquitous phenomenon which can effectively be applied a wide range of industries from the private to the public sector. The overall big data market is growing at a rapid pace and will continue to do so over the forecast period 2013-2018. Big data has become more of a buzzword recently and 80% of the enterprises in the developed world are now investing at least some part of their IT budget on big data.

What makes this report unique?

Visiongain consulted widely with industry experts and full transcripts from these exclusive interviews with IBM, Informatica, Jaspersoft and Terracotta/Software AG are included in the report. As such, our reports have a unique blend of primary and secondary sources providing informed analysis. This methodology allows insight into the key drivers and restraints behind market dynamics and competitive developments, as well as identifying the technological issues. The report therefore presents an ideal balance of qualitative analysis combined with extensive quantitative data including global, submarket and regional markets forecasts from 2013-2018 - all identifying strategic business opportunities.

Why you should buy the World Big Data Market Opportunities 2013-2018: Converging Data Architectures

•Stay ahead with this comprehensive analysis of the world big data market prospects

-The report comprises of 128 pages

•Get ahead by studying highly quantitative content that delivers solid conclusions benefiting your research and analysis

-72 tables, charts, and graphs quantifying and forecasting the market

•Read exclusive expert opinion interviews from some of the leading big data industry specialists informing the analysis

-IBM

-Informatica

-Jaspersoft

-Terracotta/Software AG

•View global big data market forecasts from 2013-2018 to keep your knowledge one step ahead of the competition

-The report provides an analytical overview with detailed market revenue projections and analysis of the big data market, the competitors, and the commercial drivers and restraints.

•Keep informed about the potential for each of the big data submarkets with forecasts from 2013-2018

-Big Data Storage

-Big Data as a Service (BDaaS)

-Big Data Software

-Big Data XaaS

-Big Data Hardware

•View a detailed breakdown of the big data software submarket forecasts from 2013-2018

-SQL

-No-SQL

-Infrastructure

-Analytical

-Hadoop

•Keep informed about the potential of the hadoop submarket with forecasts from 2013-2018

-Hadoop-MapReduce

-Hadoop as a Service (HDaaS)

•View a detailed breakdown and analysis of the regional big data market forecasts from 2013-2018

-North America

-Asia Pacific

-Europe

-Middle East & Africa

-Latin America

•Understand the competitive landscape with profiles of 29 leading big data companies examining their positioning, products, services, focus, strategies and outlook.

-10Gen

-Amazon

-Cisco Systems

-Cloudera

-EMC

-Facebook

-Google

-Hortonworks

-HP

-IBM

-Informatica

-Intel

-Jaspersoft

-Microsoft

-Oracle

-Pentaho

-Pivotal

-Quantum

-RackSpace

-Revolution Analytics

-Salesforce

-SAP

-SAS

-Software AG/Terracotta

-Splunk

-Super Micro

-Teradata

-Think Big Analytics

-Vmare

•Discover the qualitative analysis informing the market forecasts

-SWOT analysis of competitive factors: strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats revealing what drives and restraints the big data industry and the prospects for established companies and new market entrants.

How the World Big Data Market Opportunities 2013-2018: Converging Data Architectures report can benefit you

Visiongain's report is for anyone requiring analysis of the global big data market. You will discover market forecasts, technological trends, predictions and expert opinion providing you with independent analysis derived from our extensive primary and secondary research. Only by purchasing this report will you receive this critical business intelligence revealing where revenue growth is likely and where the lucrative potential market prospects are.

1. Executive Summary

1.1 Big Data Enterprise Adoption Trend

1.2 Big Data Beneficial to Organizations from All Sectors

1.3 Big Data Benefits Outweigh the Security Risks

1.4 Wide Array of Vendor Providing Services Suited to All Needs

1.5 Big Data Migration for Enterprise

1.6 Questions Answered By the Report

1.7 Aim of the Report

1.8 Structure of the Report

1.9 Report Scope

1.10 Highlights in the report include:

1.11 Who is This Report For?

1.12 Benefits of This Report

1.13 Methodology

1.14 Points Emerged from this Research

1.15 Global Big Data Market Forecast 2013-2018

1.16 Global Big Data Submarket Forecast 2013-2018

1.17 Global Big Data Software Submarket Forecast by Type 2013-2018

1.18 Regional Big Data Market Forecast 2013-2018

2. Introduction to the Big Data Market

2.1 The Practice of Big Data

2.2 The Concept behind Big Data

2.3 Defining the Term Big Data

2.4 Categorizing Big Data

2.5 Different Types of Big Data

2.6 Business Case for Big Data Analytics

2.7 Enterprise Application for Big Data Analytics

2.8 Big Data a Catalyst for Spurring Innovation & Productivity

2.9 Trust Issues & Security Concerns with Regards to Big Data Outsourcing

2.10 Challenges of Big Data

2.11 Big Data Technologies

2.11.1 Apache Hadoop

2.11.2 NoSQL Database

3. The Global Big Data Market Forecasts 2013-2018

3.1 Significant Enterprise Interest Driving the Big Data Market Forward

4. The Global Big Data Submarket Forecasts 2013-2018

4.1 What are the Leading Submarkets in the Global Big Data Forecast 2013-2018?

4.1.1 Global Big Data Submarket Forecast AGR & CAGR

4.1.2 Big Data as a Service the Leading Submarket with 32.3% of the Global Market Share In 2013

4.2 Global Big Data Storage Submarket Forecast 2013-2018

4.3 Global Big Data as a Service (BDaaS) Submarket Forecast 2013-2018

4.4 Global Big Data Software Submarket Forecast 2013-2018

4.5 Global Big Data Everything as a Service (XaaS) Submarket Forecast 2013-2018

4.6 Global Big Data Hardware Submarket Forecast 2013-2018

4.7 Big Data Hadoop Related Forecasts 2013-2018

4.7.1 Global Hadoop-MapReduce Market Forecast 2013-2018

4.7.2 Global Hadoop as a Service (HDaaS) Market Forecast 2013-2018

4.8 Global Big Data Software Submarket Breakdown Forecast 2013-2018

4.8.1 Global Big Data Software Submarket Breakdown Forecast AGR & CAGR

4.8.2 Global Big Data Software Submarket Share Forecast 2013-2018

5. Regional Big Data Market Forecasts 2013-2018

5.1 North America Leading the Regional Big Data Market Forecasts 2013-2018

5.1.1 Regional Big Data Market Forecast AGR & CAGR

5.1.2 North America Leading Regional Big Data Market Share in 2013 with 47.2%

5.2 North America Big Data Market Driven by Widespread Enterprise Adoption

5.2.1 North America Big Data Market Forecast Summary 2013-2018

5.3 Asia Pacific Big Data Market Grows Steadily, Many Companies Still Sceptical of the Benefits Provided by Big Data

5.3.1 Asia Pacific Big Data Market Forecast Summary 2013-2018

5.4 European Big Data Market Showing Strong Traction and Adoption Rates

5.4.1 Europe Big Data Market Forecast Summary 2013-2018

5.5 Middle East & Africa Big Data Market Still in its Growth Stages

5.5.1 Middle East & Africa Big Data Market Forecast Summary 2013-2018

5.6 Latin America Big Data Market Witnessing Slow Adaption, Despite High Level of Interest

5.6.1 Latin America Big Data Market Forecast Summary 2013-2018

6. SWOT Analysis of the Big Data Market 2013-2018

7. Expert Opinion

7.1 IBM

7.1.1 IBM Company Background and Involvement in Big Data Analytics

7.1.2 Key Trends & Recent Developments in the Big Data Market

7.1.3 Expected Technological Developments in the Big Data Analytics Market

7.1.4 Regional Growth Focus in the Big Data Market

7.1.5 Challenges & Opportunities in the Big Data Market

7.1.6 Primary Drivers & Restraints of the Big Data Market

7.1.7 Business Case for Big Data Analytics

7.1.8 Future of IBM in the Big Data Market

7.2 Jaspersoft

7.2.1 Jaspersoft Company Background and Involvement in Big Data Analytics

7.2.2 Key Trends & Recent Developments in the Big Data Market

7.2.3 Expected Technological Developments in the Big Data Analytics Market

7.2.4 Global Growth Outlook for the Big Data Market

7.2.5 Regional Growth Focus in the Big Data Market

7.2.6 Challenges & Opportunities in the Big Data Market

7.2.7 Primary Drivers & Restraints of the Big Data Market

7.2.8 Business Case for Big Data Analytics

7.2.9 Security Risks Associated with Big Data Outsourcing

7.2.10 Future of Jaspersoft in the Big Data Market

7.2.11 Final Thoughts on the Big Data Market

7.3 Informatica

7.3.1 Key Trends & Recent Developments in the Big Data Market

7.3.2 Expected Technological Developments in the Big Data Analytics Market

7.3.3 Global Growth Outlook for the Big Data Market

7.3.4 Regional Growth Focus in the Big Data Market

7.3.5 Challenges & Opportunities in the Big Data Market

7.3.6 Primary Drivers & Restraints of the Big Data Market

7.3.7 Business Case for Big Data Analytics

7.3.8 Security Risks Associated with Big Data Outsourcing

7.2.9 Future of Informatica in the Big Data Market

7.4 Terracotta (A Subsidiary of Software AG)

7.4.1 Terracotta Company Background and Involvement in Big Data Analytics

7.4.2 Key Trends & Recent Developments in the Big Data Market

7.4.3 Expected Technological Developments in the Big Data Analytics Market

7.4.4 Global Growth Outlook for the Big Data Market

7.4.5 Regional Growth Focus in the Big Data Market

7.4.6 Challenges & Opportunities in the Big Data Market

7.4.7 Primary Drivers & Restraints of the Big Data Market

7.4.8 Business Case for Big Data Analytics

7.4.9 Security Risks Associated with Big Data Outsourcing

7.4.10 Future of Terracotta in the Big Data Market

7.4.11 Final Thoughts on the Big Data Market

8. Leading Companies in the Big Data Ecosystem

8.1 Leading Companies Revenues in the Big Data Market

8.2 Overview of Key Market Players and their Strategies

8.2.1 10Gen

8.2.1.1 MongoDB

8.2.2 Amazon

8.2.2.1 Amazon Web Services

8.2.3 Cisco Systems

8.2.4 Cloudera

8.2.5 EMC

8.2.6 Facebook

8.2.7 Google

8.2.8 Hortonworks

8.2.9 HP

8.2.10 IBM

8.2.11 Informatica

8.2.12 Intel

8.2.13 Jaspersoft

8.2.14 Microsoft

8.2.15 Oracle

8.2.16 Pentaho

8.2.17 Pivotal

8.2.18 Quantum

8.2.19 Rackspace

8.2.20 Revolution Analytics

8.2.21 Salesforce

8.2.22 SAP

8.2.23 SAS

8.2.24 Software AG/Terracotta

8.2.25 Splunk

8.2.26 Super Micro

8.2.27 Teradata

8.2.28 Think Big Analytics

8.2.29 VMware

8.3 Additional Players in the Big Data Market Ecosystem

9. Conclusion

9.1 Enterprise Adaption of Big Data Services

9.2 Discussion

9.3 Points Emerged from this Research

9.4 Global Big Data Market Forecast 2013-2018

9.5 Global Big Data Submarket Forecast 2013-2018

9.6 Global Big Data Software Submarket Forecast by Type 2013-2018

9.7 Regional Big Data Market Forecast 2013-2018

10. Glossary

List of Tables

Table 1.1 Global Big Data Market Forecast Summary 2013, 2015, 2018 ($ bn, CAGR %)

Table 1.2 Global Big Data Submarket Forecast Summary 2013, 2015, 2018 ($ bn, CAGR %)

Table 1.3 Global Big Data Software Submarket Forecast Summary by Type 2013, 2015, 2018 ($ bn, CAGR %)

Table 1.4 Regional Big Data Market Forecast Summary 2013, 2015, 2018 ($ bn, CAGR %)

Table 2.1 Apache Hadoop Strengths & Limitations

Table 2.2 NoSQL vs SQL Database Summary

Table 3.1 Global Big Data Market Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 4.1 Global Big Data Submarket Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn)

Table 4.2 Global Big Data Submarket Forecast 2013-2018 (AGR %)

Table 4.3 Global Big Data Submarket CAGR Forecast (%) 2013-2018, 2013-2015, and 2015-2018

Table 4.4 Global Big Data Submarket Share Forecast 2013-2018 (%)

Table 4.5 Global Big Data Storage Submarket Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 4.6 Global BDaaS Submarket Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 4.7 Global Big Data Software Submarket Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 4.8 Global Big Data XaaS Submarket Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 4.9 Global Big Data Hardware Submarket Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 4.10 Global Hadoop-MapReduce Market Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 4.11 Global Hadoop as Service (HDaaS) Market Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 4.12 Global Big Data Software Submarket Breakdown Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn)

Table 4.13 Global Big Data Software Submarket Breakdown Forecast 2013-2018 (AGR %)

Table 4.14 Global Big Data Software Submarket Breakdown CAGR Forecast (%) 2013-2018, 2013-2015, and 2015-2018

Table 4.15 Global Big Data Software Submarket Share Forecast 2013-2018 (%)

Table 5.1 Regional Big Data Market Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn)

Table 5.2 Regional Big Data Market Forecast 2013-2018 (AGR %)

Table 5.3 Regional Big Data Market CAGR Forecast (%) 2013-2018 , 2013-2015, and 2015-2018

Table 5.4 Regional Big Data Market Share Forecast 2013-2018 (%)

Table 5.5 North America Big Data Market Forecast 2013-2018 ($ billion, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 5.6 Asia Pacific Big Data Market Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 5.7 Europe Big Data Market Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 5.8 Middle East & Africa Big Data Market Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 5.9 Latin America Big Data Market Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)

Table 6.1 SWOT Analysis of the Big Data Market 2013-2018

Table 8.1 Leading Player Revenues in the Big Data Market 2012 (Big Data Revenue $ m, Total Revenue $ m)

Table 8.2 Additional Players in the Big Data Ecosystem

Table 9.1 Global Big Data Market Forecast Summary 2013, 2015, 2018 ($ bn, CAGR %)

Table 9.2 Global Big Data Submarket Forecast Summary 2013, 2015, 2018 ($ bn, CAGR %)

Table 9.3 Global Big Data Software Submarket Forecast Summary by Type 2013, 2015, 2018 ($ bn, CAGR %)

Table 9.4 Regional Big Data Market Forecast Summary 2013, 2015, 2018 ($ bn, CAGR %)

List of Figures

Figure 3.1 Global Big Data Market Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn, AGR%)

Figure 3.2 Big Data Market Breakdown Illustration

Figure 4.1 Global Big Data Submarket Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn)

Figure 4.2 Global Big Data Submarket Forecast 2013-2018 (AGR %)

Figure 4.3 Global Big Data Submarket Share Forecast 2013 (%)

Figure 4.4 Global Big Data Submarket Share Forecast 2015 (%)

Figure 4.5 Global Big Data Submarket Share Forecast 2018 (%)

Figure 4.6 Global Big Data Storage Submarket Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn, AGR%)

Figure 4.7 Global BDaaS Submarket Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn, AGR %)

Figure 4.8 Global Big Data Software Submarket Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn, AGR%)

Figure 4.9 Global Big Data XaaS Submarket Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn, AGR%)

Figure 4.10 Global Big Data Hardware Submarket Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn, AGR%)

Figure 4.11 Global Hadoop-MapReduce Market Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn, AGR%)

Figure 4.12 Global Hadoop as Service (HDaaS) Market Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn, AGR%)

Figure 4.13 Global Big Data Software Submarket Breakdown Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn)

Figure 4.14 Global Big Data Software Submarket Breakdown Forecast 2013-2018 (AGR %)

Figure 4.15 Global Big Data Software Submarket Share Forecast 2013 (%)

Figure 4.16 Global Big Data Software Submarket Share Forecast 2015 (%)

Figure 4.17 Global Big Data Software Submarket Share Forecast 2018 (%)

Figure 5.1 Regional Big Data Market Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn)

Figure 5.2 Regional Big Data Market Forecast 2013-2018 (AGR%)

Figure 5.3 Regional Big Data Market Share Forecast 2013 (%)

Figure 5.4 Regional Big Data Market Share Forecast 2015 (%)

Figure 5.5 Regional Big Data Market Share Forecast 2018 (%)

Figure 5.6 North America Big Data Market Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn, AGR%)

Figure 5.7 North America Big Data Market Share Forecast 2013, 2015 and 2018 (% Share)

Figure 5.8 Asia Pacific Big Data Market Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn, AGR%)

Figure 5.9 Asia Pacific Big Data Market Share Forecast 2013, 2015 and 2018 (% Share)

Figure 5.10 Europe Big Data Market Forecast 2013-2018 ($ billion, AGR%)

Figure 5.11 Europe Big Data Market Share Forecast 2013, 2015 and 2018 (% Share)

Figure 5.12 Middle East & Africa Big Data Market Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn, AGR%)

Figure 5.13 Middle East & Africa Big Data Market Share Forecast 2013, 2015 and 2018 (% Share)

Figure 5.14 Latin America Big Data Market Forecast 2013-2018 ($ bn, AGR%)

Figure 5.15 Latin America Big Data Market Share Forecast 2013, 2015 and 2018 (% Share)

Companies Listed

1010data

10gen Inc.

Accenture

Accion Labs, Inc.

Actian

Actuate

Acunu

Acxiom

Aerospik

Aerospike

Alacer Technology Solutions

Alteryx

Alteryx

Amazon

Apache Software Foundation (ASF)

Apixio

Aspera

Atos S.A.

Attivio

Avanade

Bank of America

Basho

BIConcepts IT Consulting GmbH

Big Data Partnership

Blue Coat

BlueKai

Booz Allen Hamilton

BPSolutions

Brightlight Consulting, Inc.

BTRG

Buckley Data Group LLC

Calpont

Capgemini

Centrifuge Systems

CGI

Cisco Systems

ClickFox

Cloudera

Concord

Contexti

Couchbase

Crowdflower

CSC

Daman Consulting

DataCrunchers

Dataguise

Datameer

DataPop

Datasift

dataspora

DataStax

DataXu

DDN

Dell

Deloitte

Digital Reasoning

Dropbox

eBay

EcoSolutions Technology Inc.

eHarmony

EMC

EMC Backup and Recovery Systems

EMC Corporation

EMC Global Services

Encore Software Services

Ericsson

Expan

F5 Networks

Facebook

Factual

Findability

Flickr

Fluidinfo

Focus Business Solutions

Fractal Analytics

Fractal Analytics

Fujitsu Ltd.

Fusion-io

General Sentiment

GlassHouse Systems Inc.

Global Consulting Solutions LLC

Gnip

GoldBot Consulting

GoodData

Google

Greenplum

GTRI

Guavus

Hadapt

Hexaware Technologies Inc

Hitachi

Hortonworks

HP

HPCC Systems

Huawei

Hyperpublic

Hyve Solutions

i2

IBM

IBM Software Group

IBM UK & Ireland

Infochimps

Infomotion GmbH

Informatica

Information Control Corporation

Intel

Intelligent Communication (Intelcom)

IQ Associates

iSoftStone Information Technology(Group) Co., Ltd

ISS Inc.

Jagex

Jaspersoft

Jibes Data Analytic

Juniper Networks

Kaggle

Karmasphere

Kinetic Global Markets

Klarna

Knowesis Technology

Kognitio

Lattice Engines

Leap Commerce

Level Seven

Lighthouse

Lilien LLC

Lincube Group AB

LinkedIn

Logica

LucidWorks

MapR

MarkLogic

Metamarkets

Microsoft

Microstrategy

Middlecon AB

mLogica

MuSigma

Musigma

Neo Technology

NES

NetApp

NewsCred

NewVantage

nfrastructure

Nicira

nPario

OakStream Systems LLC

Offspring Solutions LLC

OpenHeatMap

Opera Solutions

Oracle

Palantir Technologies

ParAccel

Pentaho

Perficient

Persistent Systems

Pervasive Software

Pivotal

Precog

PROTEUS Technologies

PwC

QlikTech

Quantum Corporation

Quid

R Square, Inc.

Rackspace (EBI)

RainStor

ReadyForZero

Recommind

Recorded Future

Red Hat

Reply

RES

RetailNext

Revolution Analytics

Salesforce

Samsung

SAP

SAS

SaveWave

SciSpike

Seagate

Sendmail

SGI

Shanghai EC Data Information Technology Co., Ltd.

Sharpe Engineering

Siemens

SiSense

Sociocast

SoftSol

Software AG/Terracotta

Splunk

Stormpulse

Stream Integration

Sulia

Super Micro

Sybase

Systech Solutions

Systex

Tableau Software

Talend

TamGroup

Tanis Communications

Tata Consultancy

TCS

Teradata

Teralytics AG

TerraEchos

The Trade Desk

Think Big Analytics

TIBCO Software

Twitter

Vmware

Voci Technologies Incorporated

Vodafone Group

WANdisco

WaveStrong

Wavii

WiPro

WISE MEN

Wonga

Xerox

Yahoo

ZestFinance

Government Agencies and Other Organisations Mentioned in This Report

NFL: National Football League

Stanford University

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However, the current need for animators in the gaming industry is on the rise which provides many opportunities for those in an animation program. Centre for Arts and Technology's 2D and 3D Animation programs can help those looking to break into the animation world by teaching them the essential traits and skills required in the animation industry.

The gaming world is constantly changing from 2D pixelated animation to high definition graphics and 3D animation, its hard to believe that the gaming world started out with putting a quarter into an arcade machine.

Now, the animation and actual game play in the gaming world has become very complex. World of Warcraft, a RPG (role playing game), revolutionized the standards for animation in games as well as the difficulty of play. This game was one of the first that used an online system of play and had top of the line graphics never before seen in the gaming world. With the push from World of Warcraft, more games came into the world as online based and used high definition 3D animation. Many of these games include The Sims 3, Star Craft 2 and Cid Myers later Civilization games. Gaming has progressed so much that players go to international gaming competitions for specific games, such as Star Craft 2, and compete for 1st place to receive $ 50,000 in prize money.

The gaming industry is continuously getting larger and the need for animators in this industry is at an all-time high. In Canada especially, the gaming world is booming. Canada has come out with some of the most popular games of 2012 including, Mass Effects 3, Far Cry 3, Assassins Creed 3, and Sleeping Dogs. A major Canadian company producing games is Ubisoft Montreal, which creates the Assassins Creed franchise and the Far Cry series. With this need for more animation experts, the industry is calling for trained professionals to take on the daunting task, and where better to be trained than at an animation school.

Centre for Arts and Technology offers 2D Animation & Digital Art or 3D Animation for Game, Film & Visual Effects at our Kelowna, Fredericton and Halifax campuses.

With the gaming boom in Canada, now is the best time to take that next step into the future!







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Cloud Mobile Communications & VAS Market: Research Reports on Commerce Opportunities Applications & Content Now Available at ReportsnReports.com

Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) July 25, 2013

Cloud computing is one of the hottest segments in information technology today along with mobile and wireless. Today, the number of smartphones in the US exceeds the number of laptops, tablets are enjoying significant growth, and just about every employee has one, two or even three mobile devices. Enterprise IT now has to deal with the additional responsibility of serving customers who use their mobile products to interact with the organization.

Cloud is moving beyond computing and storage and into an entirely new realm of communications, applications, content and applications. Evidence of this evolution ranges from common examples, such as Google Voice for Cloud-based communications, to less common examples such as Cloud-based payments solutions within the mobile commerce arena.

This Beyond Cloud Computing: Mobile Communications, Applications, Content, and Commerce in the Cloud - http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/265604-beyond-cloud-computing-mobile-communications-applications-content-and-commerce-in-the-cloud.html research evaluates companies, solutions, opportunities, and the future market for Cloud-based communications, applications, content, and commerce. This report is must reading for anyone looking beyond computing alone, back-up/synchronization, and/or hosting for new revenue opportunities in Cloud-based services.

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16Aug/130

Next Generation Sequencing Market NGS – Pre-Sequencing, Cloud Computing & NGS Bioinformatics Solutions are Growth Opportunities Says New Research Report at ReportsnReport

Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) July 03, 2013

The next generation sequencing market is rapidly evolving with a large number of developments taking place to increase accuracy and speed, and reduce costs of sequencing. It is the fastest-growing and most lucrative segment in the genomics space with an estimated growth of 16.3%. The global NGS market was valued at $ 1.3 billion in 2012 and is poised to reach $ 2.7 billion by 2017. By supporting genomics research, various government bodies like NHGRI (National Human Genome Research Institute, U.S.) and Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC, U.K.) are increasing the adoption of high-throughput sequencing platforms.

The growth of the overall next generation sequencing (NGS) market (http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/257153-next-generation-sequencing-ngs-market-platforms-illumina-hiseq-miseq-life-technologies-ion-proton-pgm-454-roche-bioinformatics-rna-seq-chip-seq-pyrosequencing-sbs-smrt-diagnostics-personalized-medicine-global-forecast-to-2017.html) is driven by continuous innovations and developments in the market aimed at higher throughput, increased accuracy, and affordable costs. However, factors such as high reliability on grants and funding from the government, and a decrease in capital expenditure from academic institutions are hindering the growth of the market. In addition, the interpretation of big data generated by sequencers and the subsequent storage and management of the analyzed data is still a challenge. Owing to the complexity of NGS technologies and data, standardization of the overall NGS workflow presents an unmet need. The opportunities for the growth of this market include developments in the pre-sequencing, cloud computing, and NGS bioinformatics solutions.

The NGS platforms market was dominated by Illumina in 2012, which accounted for the largest market share of 56%. Other companies with commercial platforms include Life Technologies (U.S.), 454 Roche (U.S.), and Pacific Biosciences (U.S.). The recently introduced Bench-top and NGS platforms will drive the market. Based on steps in the NGS workflow, the overall NGS market has three major segments, namely, pre-sequencing, NGS platforms and services, and NGS data analysis, storage and management.

The raw sequencing data generated by todays sequencers does not reflect on any meaningful information in itself. Also, open source tools for analyzing NGS data require adequate bioinformatics training. These factors open up huge opportunities for commercial NGS bioinformatics software, workbenches, and services, whose market is currently fragmented and has a relatively smaller size. Whole genome sequencing, targeted re-sequencing, de novo sequencing, RNA-Seq, ChIP-Seq and methyl-Seq are the major applications that use NGS data analysis tools and services. Key players like CLC bio (Denmark), Biomatters (New Zealand), Partek (U.S.), Genomatix (Germany), Knome (U.S.), and DNASTAR (U.S.) dominate this market space.

Next generation sequencing is set to revolutionize applied markets like diagnostics, drug discovery, biomarker discovery, personalized medicine, and agriculture and animals research. Research institutes and government bodies contribute the highest to the end-user market of NGS; however, the adoption rate in hospitals will increase in the near future due to cost effectiveness, high throughput, and sensitivity.

The NGS market will witness a whole new generation of sequencing platforms based on nanapore sequencing technology and fully integrated instruments that could perform all the NGS workflow steps.

Scope of the Report

This research report categorizes and analyzes the global NGS market on the basis of steps in the NGS workflow and NGS applications. These markets are further divided into segments and sub-segments, to provide exhaustive value analysis for the years 2010, 2011, 2012, and forecast to 2017. Each market is comprehensively analyzed at a granular level by geography (North America, Europe, Asia, and Rest of the World) to provide in-depth information on the global scenario.

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15Jan/130

Cebu Tech Jobs Offers More Job Opportunities Through CebuJobs.PH


Cebu, CEB (PRWEB) November 11, 2012

Recently launched on October 8, 2012, CebuJobs.PH is an online job board that provides opportunities for career advancement and personal growth for jobseekers in Central Visayas, Philippines. Formerly known to the public as Cebutechjobs.com, CebuJobs.PH offers a variety of job openings in different industries found in Cebu. The companys strategic recent rebranding was the response to the strong demand of the market for a wider array of opportunities for jobseekers.

Through its recent rebranding, CebuJobs.PH has unveiled a new look to their new landing page aimed to solidify its position in the jobsite industry as a reliable list of jobs in Cebu. It currently stands as a freemium service to the public, where employers can post free job postings, receive applicants and purchase additional value-added tools for efficient and effective recruitment. Consecutively, jobseekers are free to sign up as members, apply for these job vacancies, and receive free job alerts.

Given the new digital ecosystem, CebuJobs.PH harnesses the power of social media and different channels to engage jobseekers in various media landscapes. Currently utilizing Facebook and Twitter, they also have other partnered blogs with a special application programming interface (API) which syndicates all job openings from the jobsite.

Ian Callet, Marketing Director of CebuJobs.PH mentions Every day, were trying to understand the psyche of jobseekers in the digital era in order to provide them more opportunities and a career that they can love doing every day. Currently, the team launched a new face to the landing page, offering more customization and branding opportunities for small, medium and big enterprises.

For more information on the features of the website, an inquiry can be sent to info(at)cebujobs(dot)ph. CebuJobs.PH also offers various opportunities for recruitment such as relationship and network building, employer branding packages, candidate research, market intelligence, and recruitment news updates via social networks, SMS, and email blasts. To know more about the latest Cebu jobs and updates, visit their website at http://www.cebujobs.ph.

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CebuJobs.PH is owned by Clicking Labs, Inc. Clicking Labs is a well established internet marketing company founded in 2010 by Jean-Patrick Bisson, Diana Quartin and Jonathan Kennedy. The company specializes in driving search marketing and social media traffic, social web app development and conversion optimization. Each product or service specifically helps small/medium website owners increase online visibility and improve online sales.







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8Nov/120

Cebu Tech Jobs Offers Opportunities through Featured Job Postings

Cebu, CEB (PRWEB) September 19, 2012

As the name suggests, Cebutechjobs.com is the latest and promising player in the jobsite industry in Cebu City to offer employment opportunities in the information, communication and technology specific sector. Having launched on June 18, 2012 to the public, Cebutechjobs.com offers a reliable list of local jobs in Cebu. Cebutechjobs.com is the brainchild of Canadian company, Clicking Labs led by its Marketing Director, Ian Callet and his dedicated team.

Comprised of a budding team of professionals, Cebutechjobs.com has created an online facility that aims to make a convenient and efficient tool for jobseekers in Central Visayas. This online jobsite has features that allow jobseekers to conveniently apply for employment in just a click. Within its first month of operations, it has had over 1,000 jobseeker sign-ups. Cebutechjobs offers free membership for both employers and jobseekers.

A key feature that the team behind Cebutechjobs highlights is their methods of recruitment. They currently are using Recruitment 2.0 methods, which involves adapting to the new digital ecosystem. They specialize in using social media networks such as Facebook and Twitter for interaction. They also have an affiliate of partnered blogs with a special Cebutechjobs.com widget that syndicates all job openings. By harnessing this network of channels, this job portal is able to engage in different media landscapes.

Another pioneering feature of Cebutechjobs, is its chat tool that enables jobseekers to directly contact employers or vice-versa. This allows jobseekers to get an immediate response regarding their application, cutting down the waiting time of their search and application time.

For the month of September, Cebutechjobs has released the paid options for the Featured Job Posting. A Featured Job Posting functions as the job opening of the month and is located on the landing page of the site. It is currently priced at P1,485 for one (1) Featured Job Posting along with other freebies.

For more information, an inquiry can be sent to support(at)cebutechjobs(dot)com. Cebutechjobs.com also offers various opportunities for recruitment such as relationship and network building, employer branding, candidate research, market intelligence, and recruitment news updates via social networks, SMS, and email blasts. To know more about these Cebu jobs, please visit their website at http://www.cebutechjobs.com.

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Cebutechjobs.com is owned by Clicking Labs, Inc. Clicking Labs is a well established internet marketing company founded in 2010 by Jean-Patrick Bisson, Diana Quartin and Jonathan Kennedy. The company specializes in driving search marketing and social media traffic, social web app development and conversion optimization. Each product or service specifically helps small/medium website owners increase online visibility and improve online sales.







23Aug/120

MADin15.org Attracts Over 100 Nonprofits to Register Volunteer Opportunities in 2 days


Santa Monica, CA (PRWEB) July 24, 2012

The founder of MADin15, Adam Radly, said This fantastic response is a testament to the fact that non-profits need help with a variety of efforts and I'm pleased that MADin15.org is an effective tool to connect non-profits with people that want to Make A Difference in their communities."

The types of opportunities that non-profits are posting to MADin15.org are wide ranging and many of the volunteer work can be completed by volunteers from their own home regardless of their location. Mr. Radly says, "Many people want to make a difference, but don't have money to donate or a lot of time to dedicate to any one particular cause. However, volunteering can take many forms. For example, we can volunteer our talents such as writing skills, computer skills or marketing experience. That would make an incredible impact for a non-profit.

MADin15 also allows volunteers to Make A Difference in other ways. Adam Radly says that People can also use MADin15 to Make A Difference by answering poll questions, participating in petitions, donating to nonprofits and connecting and sharing with like-minded people.

Polls and petitions allow MADin15 members to Make A Difference by helping to shape public opinion, bring awareness to important issues to our local and national leaders and contributing to public debate.

As for the concept of Make A Difference in 15 minutes, Adam Radly said When it comes to volunteering and making a difference in our communities, the hardest part is just getting started. We want people to know that they can useMADin15.org to make a positive impact in as little as 15 minutes. Then, after seeing how easy and fulfilling it can be to Make A Difference, were hoping people will find that they can and want to do then have an even bigger impact.

For questions about MADin15.org or interviews with Adam Radly please email media@MADin15.org.

About Adam Radly

The Radly Center was founded by Adam Radly in 2002 and has established and supported numerous nonprofit projects. Adam Radly was the founder of the World Reconciliation Day event where Nelson Mandela provided his penultimate speech about reconciliation and Adam Radlys company donated $ 1 million to the Nelson Mandela Childrens Fund. Adam Radly is also the Producer and Director of the documentary, The Art Of Reconciliation featuring Nelson Mandela which is due for release on Sep 8, 2012. MADin15.org was launched on Nelson Mandela Day (July 18, 2012). See more about Nelson Mandela Day below.

About Nelson Mandela Day

There could be nothing more fitting than to celebrate Mr Mandelas birthday each year with a day dedicated to his lifes work and that of his charitable organizations, and to ensure his legacy continues forever.

The Mandela Day campaign message is simple: Mr Mandela gave 67 years of his life fighting for the rights of humanity. All we are asking is that everyone gives 67 minutes of their time, whether its supporting your chosen charity or serving your local community.

Mandela Day is a call to action for individuals for people everywhere to take responsibility for changing the world into a better place, one small step at a time, just as Mr Mandela did.







13Jul/120

Sprout Healthy Vending Finds Tremendous Healthy Vending Opportunities in Rocklin, CA Area

Irvine, CA (PRWEB) April 29, 2012

Sprout Healthy Vending, a national leader in taking the vending industry in a healthy direction at work, school and in the community, welcomes newest operator, Dave Ray. Ray, located in Northern California, will be placing his machines in and around the Rocklin area.

There are tremendous opportunities in the Sacramento - Rocklin area. The local population is screaming for nutritional food and beverages for their own families. In addition, there are many schools, colleges, gyms, businesses, and religious centers that are currently pursuing healthy snack and beverage alternatives for their members. Sprout couldnt be a better choice, Ray shares.

Ray continues, I am extremely excited to offer healthy vending in my area. There is a huge void here and many parents have expressed their concern for a healthy alternative to all the typical junk food that is currently available to their children.

After leaving the corporate world New York native, Dave Ray, had a strong desire to own and operate his own business and that is how he got his start with Sprout Healthy Vending. After many months of research it became very apparent that Sprout was an excellent opportunity one I must be a part of, Ray reflects. There is a huge nutritional trend emerging at both the national and local level targeting children, as well as adults. Sprout Healthy Vending has addressed these needs with great product, and state of the art vending machines.

The machine itself is outstanding. The graphics are exceptional. The machine really calls out that healthy products are available. Its quite different from most machines and it not only has the appearance of being state of the art, it actually is state of the art. It has unbelievable technology capabilities including tracking sales, monitoring inventory, and cash/credit/debit acceptor. Most machines on the market today cannot do all of those things, if any at all, Ray explains.

Ray not only appreciates the machine and its high-tech capabilities, but also values the high quality service and attention he has received from the members of the Sprout staff. The service Sprout has provided has been outstanding throughout the whole process. I couldnt be happier with the entire team. They are very well organized, friendly, and hard working. Its very apparent that they are dedicated to the needs of the community, as well as the success of their operators. I am thrilled to be part of such a wonderful team.

Based on the initial positive response to Sprout Healthy Vending, Ray feels that there are tremendous growth opportunities in his town. I believe everyone welcomes this concept so generously because there is a large void in this market relating to healthy, convenient snacks, and beverages for the entire family. I also believe the market is so accepting because the benefits are enormous from living a healthier life style. Youll feel better physically and emotionally, which will benefit you, your family and friends. Most of all, leading a healthy lifestyle can help eliminate medical issues down the road, and ultimately steer you towards a longer healthier life.

Sprout Healthy Vendings Co-Founder Chris Wyland stated, Today there is such a high demand for healthy products. Every day people realize more and more how important it is to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Not only for ourselves but also for our future generations. That is why Sprout Healthy Vending is reaching people all across the nation - uniting them together with the same healthy goal in mind.

About Sprout Healthy Vending

Sprout Healthy Vending provides state-of-the-art vending technology, thousands of healthy and organic products and turnkey customer solutions for regional operators. Currently, Sprout Healthy Vending has over 65 operators in over 40 markets in the U.S. with 1,000 individual locations projected by the end of 2012. To learn more about the company, locations and products please visit http://www.sprouthealthyvending.com or call (800) 450-7648.







3Apr/120

Immense Employment Opportunities In-Store for DTP Professionals, According to a New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.

San Jose, California (PRWEB) January 12, 2012

Follow us on LinkedIn DTP is leading to a spurt of growth in content creation workers while causing a sea-change in the commercial printing industry. Over the last two decades, publishing firms added over 255,000 workers, while employees and freelancers in graphic designers firms increased to 78,000 and 80,000 respectively. With rapid developments in technology in the fields of telecommunication and Internet, an important trend characterizing the industry is the increasing number of publishers exhibiting preference to work independently and therefore opting for freelance work. Further, the concept of establishing DTP as a home-based business is also gaining wide popularity. Niche specialization, where publishers by capitalizing on their previous work experience, provide tailor-made services to specific market segments is another trend being witnessed in the market.

Desktop publishers are resorting to specialization as a means of survival and growth in the present global and competitive market. However, the risks for specialization include downturns or slowdown in the specific industry. Consequently, specialization in niche markets while still being in contact with other areas of business is evolving as an ideal strategy for publishers. With increasing work being done in-house, companies are resulting in more jobs to create corporate newsletters and reports. New jobs are expected for desktop publishers in the publishing firms as well as in commercial printing.

Currently, desktop publishing industry faces slackness in demand for specialized professionals, due to the widespread accessibility of software-packages, easily understandable even for a nonprofessional. Furthermore, the requirement of professionals in various fields to possess basic desktop publishing skills as part of their work and the practice of moving published material to Internet with the purpose of saving printing cost is resulting in lesser job opportunities in the industry. However, the prospects for publishers who are trained and experienced is expected to remain strong as a majority of organizations still require professional high-end services.

The research report titled Desktop Publishing (DTP): A Global Outlook announced by Global Industry Analysts, Inc., provides a collection of market briefs, and concise summaries of research findings. The report offers a rudimentary overview of the industry, highlights latest trends and demand drivers, in addition to providing statistical insights. The report offers a compilation of recent mergers, acquisitions, and strategic corporate developments. Also included is an indexed, easy-to-refer, fact-finder directory listing the addresses, and contact details of companies worldwide.

For more details about this comprehensive industry report, please visit

http://www.strategyr.com/Desktop_Publishing_DTP_Industry_Market_Report.asp

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