Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
Revenue growth for the industry is determined by demand from wholesalers and retailers, which is ultimately driven by consumer spending, tastes and preferences. In the past five years, industry revenue has grown marginally, despite a decline in per capita disposable income in 2009 that hurt demand for high-margin luxury products. Revenue is projected to fare better over the next five years as per capita disposable income continues rising slowly, resulting in stronger downstream demand from wholesalers and retailers... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Investment Chapter
Capital intensity for the typical operator in the Cosmetic and Beauty Products Manufacturing industry is low. For every dollar spent on labour, the average firm dedicates $0.12 to capital equipment expenditures. Employees perform high-function jobs, which also require a high rate of pay. Research and development, quality control and product packaging design are some of the most common functions performed by industry employees. The average annual salary in this industry is $57,310 in 2012.
Still, capital intensity has slowly increased over the past five years. Operators' focus on efficiency and loss minimization has underpinned the need for equipment... purchase to read more