Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
Operators in the Sports Coaching industry have performed well in the past five years, as increasing sports participation and rising per capita disposable income levels have supported demand for coaching services. In addition, the rising cost of college has encouraged some parents to invest in sports coaching for their children through camps and academies to increase their likelihood of receiving a scholarship. In the next five years, the industry will benefit from a continued rise in sports participation, as well as growing public interest in sports. Furthermore, government support for physical education in schools and the use of media to encourage more active lifestyles are expected to drive revenue growth... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Key Buyers Chapter
This industry has a large number of small and non-employing establishments operating solely in their local area and providing sports training in particular to young people in their local communities. Nonemploying establishments account for roughly 86.3% of total establishments, and almost 80% of employing establishments have fewer than 10 employees.
The industry contains some firms that operate in several locations. For example, Pop Warner Little Scholars, Inc. provides football, cheerleading and dance training at different locations in 41 states... purchase to read more