Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
The industry faced a tumultuous season in the midst of the recession, with reduced travel rates translating to falling visitors. Revenue is expected to improve through the next five years, however, as companies seek to lure more consumers with new attractions. Also, the improved economy is projected to help raise consumer confidence, causing demand for entertainment to rise substantially. Larger companies will focus on expanding internationally in order to further boost profitability and revenue... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Key Buyers Chapter
IBISWorld expects that in 2014, the top four players in this industry will account for 78.0% of total industry revenue. The number one player is the Walt Disney Company, which accounts for nearly on half of total domestic industry revenue. Disney dominates the top end of the market, owning the top five most visited amusement parks in North America. Universal Parks and Resorts, SeaWorld Entertainment and Cedar Fair each own a number of parks that attract well over 1.0 million 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