Musical instruments: Industry Cluster Report

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					 [3931] Musical instruments         Manufacturing

60 industry segments analyzed in this report: see list on the next page

Table of Contents:

Section   1: C ontents-Time Series-Introduction
Section   2: Industry segments analyzed (segment names and # of firms)
Section   3: Industry population analysis (establishments-firms-small business)
Section   4: Business failure rates (establishment-company-small business)
Section   5: Sales volumes (3 yrs.: industry-small business)
Section   6: Average industry firm sales (3 yrs. and survivors)
Section   7: Average small business sales (3 yrs. and survivors)
Section   8: Sales per employee (3 yrs.)
Section   9: Startup activity rates, new branch activity rates
Section   10: Sales concentration quotients (3 yrs.)
Section   11: About the metrics and data

Time Series:

This Industry C luster Report displays effectively timely analysis of industry trends and averages:

General Time Series: [2007 to QII-10]
Industry Population Analysis: as of [QII-10]
Business Failure Rates: [2007-2009]
Sales Volume and Averages: 12 months ending [2008-QII-10]
Sales per Employee: [2007-QII-10]
Startup and New Branch Activity Rates: 7.09-6.10
Sales C oncentration Quotients: [2007--QII-10]

As is the case for most industry databases, sales data is based on the primary line of business as identified by firms in the databases. All sales are attributed
to a company’s primary line of business and aggregated into the primary industry analysis. Data for business segments (including numbers of firms) will often
not “roll up” to the totals displayed for the parent industry cluster. This is because many firms (particularly those with diversified revenue streams) identify a
primary line of business only at the broader parent industry level, not at the more specific detailed level. While this tendency normally has minimum impact on
trends and averages, it can lead to undercounting firm population and sales volume totals for some industry segments. Mergers, business failures and changes
in primary industry classification can also have a significant impact on year-to-year sales data.
Segments analyzed in this report:

[44-931] Musical instruments (1,837 firms)
[44-931.01] Keyboard instruments and parts (238 firms)
[44-931.0101] Accordions and parts (13 firms)
[44-931.0102] Autophones (organs with perforated music rolls) (3 firms)
[44-931.0103] Blowers, pipe organ (4 firms)
[44-931.0105] C alliopes (steam organs) (2 firms)
[44-931.0106] C oncertinas and parts (4 firms)
[44-931.0107] Frames, piano back (2 firms)
[44-931.0108] Hammers, piano (4 firms)
[44-931.0109] Harpsichords (13 firms)
     [44-931.011] Keyboards, piano or organ (11 firms)
[44-931.0114] Music rolls, perforated (7 firms)
[44-931.0115] Organ parts and materials (7 firms)
[44-931.0116] Organs, all types: pipe, reed, hand, electronic, etc. (59 firms)
[44-931.0117] Piano parts and materials, misc. (14 firms)
[44-931.0118] Pianos, all types: vertical, grand, spinet, player, etc. (28 firms)
[44-931.0119] Pipes, organ (56 firms)
[44-931.0121] Reeds, organ (2 firms)
[44-931.0122] Strings, piano (2 firms)
[44-931.0123] Synthesizers, music (1 firms)
[44-931.02] String instruments and parts (548 firms)
[44-931.0201] Banjos and parts (13 firms)
[44-931.0202] C ellos and parts (7 firms)
[44-931.0203] Fretted instruments and parts (4 firms)
[44-931.0204] Guitars and parts, electric and nonelectric (269 firms)
[44-931.0205] Harps and parts (26 firms)
[44-931.0207] Mandolins and parts (1 firms)
[44-931.0208] Strings, musical instrument (38 firms)
[44-931.0209] Ukuleles and parts (6 firms)
     [44-931.021] Violas and parts (1 firms)
[44-931.0211] Violins and parts (131 firms)
[44-931.0212] Zithers and parts (2 firms)
[44-931.03] Woodwind instruments and parts (101 firms)
[44-931.0301] Bassoons (3 firms)
[44-931.0302] C larinets and parts (7 firms)
[44-931.0303] Fifes and parts (1 firms)
[44-931.0304] Flutes and parts (35 firms)
[44-931.0305] Oboes and english horns (4 firms)
[44-931.0306] Piccolos and parts (3 firms)
[44-931.0307] Recorders (musical instruments) (9 firms)
Description: BizMiner delivers detailed industry analysis for more than 16,000 lines of business. The Industry Cluster Report analyzes industry operations in the parent industry and multiple "offspring" lines of business at an unusual level of granularity. Each segment is analyzed over a 3-year time series. Most metrics include a fourth analyzed period covering the 12 months through QII-2010. The report applies data from 12,094 firms, examining industry segment sales, small business vitality, failure and startup rates, sales per employee and other critical market research measures. Detailed tables plus explanatory text. 'Industry segments analyzed in the report include: 'Musical instruments, Keyboard instruments and parts, Accordions and parts, Harpsichords, Organs all types: pipe reed hand electronic etc., Piano parts and materials misc., Pianos all types: vertical grand spinet player etc., Pipes organ, String instruments and parts, Banjos and parts, Guitars and parts electric and nonelectric, Harps and parts, Strings musical instrument, Violins and parts, Woodwind instruments and parts, Flutes and parts, Reeds for musical instruments, Brass instruments and parts, Percussion instruments and parts, Bells (musical instruments), Drums parts and accessories (musical instruments), Musical instruments misc., Mouthpieces for musical instruments, Musical instruments electric and electronic misc., Stands music.
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