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New U.S. Service Sectors Ripe For Investment

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New U.S. Service Sectors Ripe For Investment
Published: July 30, 2015 Content info: 74 Pages
Description

There are many untapped niche markets that exist, especially in the service and healthcare sectors. Either it's an emerging or nascent market that hasn't been discovered, or is too small to be considered by large companies. Yet, they can be very profitable and may have huge potential for growth.

This is a completely new Marketdata report. The following six sectors are covered, in terms of the void in the market, why demand exists, the proposed concept or service, background about the market's dollar potential, scalability, competition, potential end-user demand, estimated start-up costs, franchising potential, and a comprehensive list of resources for follow-up.

Covered:

  • 1. A medical weight loss chain built upon the Preventative Health Care Benefit of the Affordable Care Act (obesity screening & counseling service)
  • 2. Training/consulting company for MDs and other healthcare professionals that want to add a medical weight loss program to their practice.
  • 3. A 24 hr. weight loss cable TV channel
  • 4. A Self-improvement annual exposition and conference
  • 5. A 24 hr. self-improvement TV channel
  • 6. Medical foods market annual conference & trade association.

These are some of the best prospects for new ventures that Marketdata's recent independent and unbiased market research has revealed-voids in the market screaming to be filled.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Introduction & Summary

  • Discussion of why these six sectors are worthy of investment,
  • Marketdata's market research expertise and insight, qualifications.

New Medical weight loss chain

  • Proposed concept and operating model
  • Why the demand? - discussion & analysis
  • Target customers
  • Strategy & existing competition
  • Estimated start-up costs
  • Market size & potential
  • Reference directory of market sources and experts

Tables

  • U.S. weight loss market segments: 2011-2015F, $ values
  • Estimated no. of sites of medical weight loss franchises
  • Average annual revenues per outlet, leading medical weight loss chains
  • Start-up costs for top medical weight loss franchises
  • Average program cost to the patient for 12-16 week plan, by company
  • Estimated start-up costs for a non-franchised medical weight loss center
  • Typical income statement for a medical weight loss franchise, per center

Medical weight loss program training company for MDs and Other healthcare professionals

  • Proposed concept and operating model
  • Why the demand? - discussion & analysis
  • Target customers: MDs, PAs, Nurses, RDs - no. of each in the U.S., why they are a good fit for counseling staff
  • Strategy & existing competition: only 2-3 consultant nationwide
  • Estimated start-up costs
  • Market size & potential
  • Reference directory of market sources and experts

Tables

  • Estimated start-up costs for a non-franchised medical weight loss center
  • The Leading Public Seminar Competitors: revenue benchmarks (Skillpath, Fred Pryor-CareerTrack, Landmark Education, Natl. Seminars, Hay House)

24 hr. weight loss cable TV channel

  • Proposed concept and operating model
  • Why the demand? - discussion & analysis, failure of Oprah's OWN Network Provides opportunity
  • Target customers
  • Strategy & existing competition: none
  • Estimated start-up costs
  • Market size & potential
  • Reference directory of market sources and experts

Appendix

  • List of 128 Possible Content/Video Providers for Weight Loss, TV Channel - Partners (diet MDs, entrepreneurs, websites, diet companies, diet book authors, apps companies, MLM firms, OTC diet product mfrs., etc.)

Self-improvement annual exposition and conference

  • Proposed concept and operating model
  • Why the demand? - discussion & analysis
  • Target customers (general public, self-improvement companies)
  • Strategy & existing competition: none
  • Estimated start-up costs
  • Market size & potential
  • Reference directory of market sources and experts

24 hr. self-improvement TV channel

  • Proposed concept and operating model
  • Why the demand? - discussion & analysis
  • Target customers
  • Strategy & existing competition: Hay House, Gaiam TV, OWN, You Tube Are minor players with Internet TV and live seminars
  • Estimated start-up costs
  • Market size & potential
  • Past efforts of TSTN, The People's Network
  • Reference directory of market sources and experts

List

  • List of 68 Possible Content/Video Providers for Self-Improvement TV Channel Partners (motivational speakers, personal coaches, holistic institute directors, book authors, etc.)

Medical foods market annual conference & trade association

  • Definition of medical foods, products, how used
  • Proposed concept and operating model
  • Why the demand? - discussion & analysis of diseases & conditions that can be treated via medical foods (depression, Alzheimers, osteoporosis, chronic pain, fibromyalgia, etc.)
  • Target customers: retail pharmacists, MDs, nursing homes, hospital Infant care units, dietitians, other healthcare facilities
  • Strategy & existing competition: none
  • Estimated start-up costs
  • Market size & potential: 2011, 2015, 2020 F
  • Reference directory of market sources and experts

List

  • List of the 29 medical foods manufacturers
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