Sports Goods Manufacturing Industry Analysis for India
Research on the Sports Goods Manufacturing IndustryThis market research report provides answers to the following questions:
- What is the total market size (in millions)?
- Has the industry size been growing or declining?
- What is the market's growth rate?
- Are future industry trends forecasted to be positive or negative?
- How many employees does the average company have?
- How many firms are there in India?
Key Industry Data - Sports Goods ManufacturingThe Sports Goods Manufacturing industry profile contains key business statistics. Market size, a fundamental metric of a market analysis, represents the industry's total sales volume. The industry's size results from the number of consumers and their demand for the product. Use historical market size measurements to analyze growth rates, identify overarching industry trends, and determine the short and long-term industry outlook.
Sample Market Size
A small sized market may be unable to support enough sales to cover operation costs. A large market may be too competitive. Historical industry data reveals market trends, which are the expansions and contractions of a market over time. Studying these industry trends can reveal opportunities to meet a market gap in a shrinking market, or threats from new competitors in a growing market.
In addition to the size of the market, the industry data section contains five years of statistics for annual income, number of employees, salaries, and number of companies. This data can be used to track the industry's progress over time, compare the industry to adjacent sectors, and determine a specific company's industry share.
|Market Size (Total Sales / Revenue)
Market size is the total revenue for the Sports Goods Manufacturing industry. This measurement can be used as a benchmark for determining whether fluctuations in an individual company's market share are caused by its own performance, or are the result of changes in the size of the entire industry.
The price of the goods or services offered minus expenses, such as costs of production, is profit. Total income is the aggregate of earnings from all companies, and reveals the industry's profitability.
Net income divided by revenue equals profit margin. The higher the profit margin, the less risk a decline in production or sales will negatively impact the industry. This indicates that the companies are controlling costs well. A high profit margin also allows companies to reduce the products' prices, which can lead to an increase in demand and more sales for the industry.
This figure includes workers both directly employed and employed through contractors. The count does not includeproprietary, supervisory, and managerial positions and unpaid workers.
Total wages include payments to workers that occur on a regular schedule, and are measured before taxes are incurred. These salaries exclude severance, compensation, employer's contribution, and bonuses.
The number of companies currently in operation is the Sports Goods Manufacturing industry's physical size. A company must have at least ten workers.
Key Company Data - Sports Goods ManufacturingBusiness revenue is the average monetary income a company acquires from the sale of its goods or services. Revenue is a crucial feature of a financial analysis. A company's performance is measured by how its revenues compare to its expenses. Several financial ratios depend on revenue, including gross profit and profit margin. This part of the market analysis contains a graphical depiction of average revenue per firm.
Sample Revenue per Firm
This section also contains business statistics on profit, employment, and wages for an average firm. Use this information to determine where a company stands compared to its industry peers. Target opportunities for financial growth and expansion with these benchmarks.
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India Geographic Breakdown: Revenue Statistics by State - Sports Goods ManufacturingDetermine the geographic distribution of the Sports Goods Manufacturing sector's market size in India with revenue statistics at the state level. This map reveals the market share concentration for each state, an indicator of the market's competition. Target areas of low competition, or areas proven to have high demand.
In addition to revenue statistics, the report provides the number of Sports Goods Manufacturing firms and total number of employees for each state of India.
|India State||Market Size (Rs. Lakh)||Companies||Workers|
|Jammu & Kashmir|
Company Financials - Sports Goods ManufacturingFinancial statements contain important business information on the financial state of a firm. Financial statement analysis reveals the profitability or risk of Sports Goods Manufacturing businesses. This information is important for the business's owners, potential buyers, and creditors.
Income Statement Metrics for Average CompanyThe income statement records a firm's financial operations for a certain period. It is comparable to a moving picture of the company's operations. The income statement shows how much revenue (the total cash from sales) is left over for net income after all expenses are incurred. This reveals whether the firm made or lost money for the financial year.
|Financial Metric||2011 - 2015|
This is income the company receives from the sale of goods and services. This is an important statistic for financial statement analysis. A business's performance can be measured by how its revenue compares to its expenses.
|Cost of Goods Sold
COGS is the inventory cost of goods a business is selling. These expenses include the cost of fuel and electricity for the plant and the cost of raw materials and other components of the production process.
Gross profit is revenue minus COGS.
OPEX are the costs of running a company. These include the cost of fuel expended, materials consumed for repair and maintenance of fixed assets, services received from others, and office supplies and products.
Net profit is gross profit minus operating expenses.
Balance Sheet MetricsUnlike the income statement, the balance sheet provides a snapshot of the company's financial situation for one specific point in time. The balance sheet includes assets, liabilities, and net worth. Comparing assets to liabilities can reveal a company's health.
|Financial Metric||2011 - 2015|
Fixed capital is the depreciated value of fixed assets owned by the company. This only includes tangible assets such as land, buildings, machinery, transportation equipment, etc.
This number is a sum of all physical inventories owned by the company, such as materials, fuels, and goods produced, as well as cash deposits. Net working capital is current assets minus current liabilities, and is often the most important figure on a balance sheet. This is the amount of money a company has available for day-to-day operations. The more working capital, the less financial burden a company has.
The sum of fixed and working capital is productive capital, and is capital used to generate a company's income.
Company List - Sports Goods ManufacturingThis list of companies in India includes the top ten Sports Goods Manufacturing companies with the greatest market share and their annual revenues.
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