Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
The Used Goods Stores industry in Canada runs countercyclical to the overall economy. Due to the nature of the industry's products, when per capita disposable income is low, demand is high for used, and therefore cheaper, products. In the five years to 2019, as the economy recovers, industry growth will slow significantly... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Investment Chapter
Capital intensity in the Accounting Services industry is low. According to IBISWorld estimates, for every dollar spent on wages, $0.06 is spent equipment necessary for the operation of a retail storefront, such as cash registers, point of sale systems, building improvements, signs, shelves and lighting fixtures. Capital intensity has fallen slightly over the past five years, as earlier in the decade, some industry establishments invested more income in technological upgrades related to sales, stock and inventory control. However, the high portion of small enterprises and not-for-profit organizations in the Used Goods Stores industry means that many establishments in this industry lack the funds for such capital improvements.
This industry is moderately labour intensive... purchase to read more