Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
The Amusement Parks industry has grown strongly over the past five years, driven by a rise in international and domestic visitor numbers and rising consumer spending. Although the industry is highly competitive, the major amusement park operators have used their intellectual property rights to major film franchises and entertainment to their advantage. In recent years, operators of many of the major amusement parks have employed this tactic to propel revenue and increase profit margins. The industry is dominated by a small number of massive entertainment companies. These companies have pursued both domestic and international expansion opportunities, including China and the Middle East... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Key Buyers Chapter
IBISWorld expects that in 2015, the top four players in this industry will account for 89.5% of total industry revenue. The industry's largest player is the Walt Disney Company, which accounts for about one-half of total domestic industry revenue. Disney dominates the top end of the market, owning the five most visited amusement parks in North America. Universal Parks and Resorts, SeaWorld Entertainment and Cedar Fair each own a number of parks that each attract millions of visitors each year, giving them large market shares in terms of revenue.
While there are over 400 enterprises operating in this industry, many of these run small, local amusement parks and own only one venue... purchase to read more