Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
The Tattoo Artists industry has exhibited growth over the past five years, partially due to popular culture, including tattoo-related reality television programs that have made tattoos less culturally taboo. Additionally, individuals have continued to demand customized tattoos with intricate designs, rather than predesigned tattoos, stimulating industry revenue. Over the next five years, the industry will continue to grow, as the US population will likely become increasingly tattooed. However, new public heath initiatives and regulations may add to operational costs for the industry and pose as barriers to new industry entrants... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Key Buyers Chapter
The Tattoo Artists industry has a low level of market share concentration. The industry is highly fragmented, with the vast majority of players operating small businesses that serve local clientele. There are few companies with multiple locations and the majority of parlors are owner-operated. In 2016, no industry player is expected to account for more than 2.0% of revenue. In addition, many establishments in this industry are single artists, who may take up residencies in different parlors or travel to conventions across the country. IBISWorld estimates that more than 40.0% of industry revenue is generated by artists working either independently or by renting space in established parlors.
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