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2018 Market Analysis & Industry Outlook: Environment, Conservation & Wildlife Organizations
Overview: the U.S. Environment, Conservation & Wildlife Organizations Industry
This section provides answers to key questions about the industry:
- What is the total market size (industry revenue)?
- What is the industry outlook?
- Market Analysis: Is the market growing or declining, and how quickly?
- Are long-term forecasts positive or negative?
- What is the average company size in the industry?
- How many companies are in the industry?
Market Size & Industry Statistics
The total U.S. industry market size for Environment, Conservation & Wildlife Organizations:
Industry statistics cover all companies in the United States, both public and private, ranging in size from small businesses to market leaders.
In addition to revenue, the industry market analysis shows information on employees, companies, and average firm size.
Investors, banks, and business executives use growth rates and industry trends to understand the market outlook and opportunity.
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|Average Employees Per Firm|
Market forecasts show the long term industry outlook and future growth trends. The following five-year demand forecast projects both short-term and long-term trends.
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Product & Services BreakdownResearch products and services in the Environment, Conservation & Wildlife Organizations industry generating sales. Note that products are broken into categories with different levels of classification.
|Product Description||Number of Companies||Sales ($ millions)||Percent of Total Sales|
Other Membership (Including Religious Congregation) Services
Contributions, Gifts, And Grants - Government
Contributions, Gifts, And Grants - Private
Investment Income, Including Interest And Dividends
Gains (Losses) From Assets Sold (Report Losses By Including A Dash Prior To The Dollar Amount.)
Program Service Revenue Including Government Fees And Contracts
All Other Revenue
U.S. Geographic Distribution: Revenue Statistics by StateMarket Size by State ($ millions) indicates how the industry's competition is distributed throughout the country. State-level information can identify areas with higher and lower industry market share than average.
Income Statement (Average Financial Metrics)Financial metrics provide a snapshot view of a benchmark "average" company. Key business metrics show revenue and operating costs. The data collected covers both public and private companies.
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|Pension, profit sharing plans, stock, annuity|
|Rent paid on business property|
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|Salaries and wages|
|Employee benefit programs|
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Financial Ratio AnalysisFinancial ratio information can be used to benchmark how a Environment, Conservation & Wildlife Organizations company compares to its peers. Accounting statistics are calculated from the industry-average for income statements and balance sheets.
|Profitability & Valuation Ratios||Industry Average|
|Company valuation can be measured based on the firm's own performance, as well as in comparison against its industry competitors. These metrics show how the average company in the Environment, Conservation & Wildlife Organizations industry is performing.|
Gross Profit Margin, Operating Profit Margin, and Net Profit Margin. Show company earnings relative to revenues.
|Return on Equity (ROE)
Return on Equity (ROE) is net income as a percentage of shareholders' equity. Shareholders' Equity is defined as the company's total assets minus total liabilities. ROE shows how much profits a company generates with the money shareholders invested (or with retained earnings).
|Return on Assets (ROA)
Return on Assets (ROA) is net income relative to total assets. The market research on Environment, Conservation & Wildlife Organizations measures how efficiently the company leverages its assets to generate profit. ROA is calculated as Net Income divided by Total Assets.
|Liquidity Ratios||Industry Average|
|Bankers and suppliers use liquidity to determine creditworthiness and identify potential threats to a company's financial viability.|
Measures a firm's ability to pay its debts over the next 12 months.
|Quick Ratio (Acid Test)
Calculates liquid assets relative to liabilities, excluding inventories.
|Efficiency Ratios - Key Performance Indicators||Industry Average|
|Measure how quickly products and services sell, and effectively collections policies are implemented.|
|Receivables Turnover Ratio
If this number is low in your business when compared to the industry average in the research report, it may mean your payment terms are too lenient or that you are not doing a good enough job on collections.
|Average Collection Period
Based on the Receivables Turnover, this estimates the collection period in days. Calculated as 365 divided by the Receivables Turnover
A low turnover rate may point to overstocking, obsolescence, or deficiencies in the product line or marketing effort.
Generally, higher is better, since it indicates the business has less money tied up in fixed assets for each dollar of sales revenue.
Compensation & Salary Surveys for EmployeesCompensation statistics provides an accurate assessment of industry-specific jobs and national salary averages. This information can be used to identify which positions are most common, and high, low, and average annual wages.
|Title||Percent of Workforce||Bottom Quartile||Average (Median) Salary||Upper Quartile|
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|General and Operations Managers||5%|
|Business and Financial Operations Occupations||13%|
|Business Operations Specialists||11%|
|Community and Social Service Occupations||17%|
|Counselors, Social Workers, and Other Community and Social Service Specialists||17%|
|Miscellaneous Community and Social Service Specialists||12%|
|Social and Human Service Assistants||7%|
|Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media Occupations||6%|
|Media and Communication Workers||5%|
|Personal Care and Service Occupations||10%|
|Animal Care and Service Workers||5%|
|Nonfarm Animal Caretakers||5%|
|Nonfarm Animal Caretakers||5%|
|Office and Administrative Support Occupations||18%|
|Secretaries and Administrative Assistants||6%|
|Secretaries and Administrative Assistants||6%|
|Other Office and Administrative Support Workers||5%|
Environment, Conservation & Wildlife Organizations Industry Market Share [PREMIUM]Largest companies in the industry and related industries, with private company revenue estimates.
Additional companies, details and innovation scoring in the full report.
Latest Industry News
- Israel-Based Conservation Group Buys Land in Peruvian Jungle to Protect Endangered Species - The spectacled bear, the white fronted monkey and several kinds of jaguars can rest a bit easier now that an Israeli organization has agreed to ... Alon Tal, cofounder of the Israel Union for Environmental Defense and Arava Institute for Environmental ... (01/12/2018)
- Wildlife Detectives Pursue the Case of Dwindling Elephants in Indonesia - “In an ideal world, it obviously would be law enforcement conducting these investigations,” said Shayne McGrath, an independent environmental ... said conservation organizations with experience investigating elephant poachers, like the wildlife society ... (01/12/2018)
- Nunavut wildlife board revisits Kivalliq polar bear quota - The Nunavut Wildlife Management Board is revisiting last fall’s ... but promised further review. Now, Inuit organizations and government agencies will have a second chance to weigh in on a future quota, which will likely be implemented in the upcoming ... (01/12/2018)
- When humans kill each other in war, wildlife dies too - War’s main effect is killing people, sure — but it also kills wildlife. In Africa ... Wars also make it hard for governments and nonprofit organizations to implement or continue conservation programs. Every country, and every conflict, is different. (01/10/2018)
- MassWildlife cracking down on dogs in conservation areas - Bringing Fido on a walk to a conservation area may have a bigger impact on the environment than expected, whether it be chasing birds, trampling vegetation or just marking their scent. Some wildlife preservation ... said the organization put the rule ... (01/09/2018)
- Wayne Brewer: Environmental conservation officers protect wildlife - New York state environmental conservation officers are always on the job protecting our natural resources, particularly our fish and wildlife, and ensuring the ... civic groups and environmental organizations can also sponsor one or more children for ... (01/07/2018)
- Gardener State: Revising NJ Wildlife Action Plan - The Department of Environmental Protection’s Division of Fish and Wildlife is seeking public comment on ... “We look forward to gathering valuable input from the public and conservation organizations across the state as we work together to develop ... (01/03/2018)
- Hydropower station raise alarm on wildlife conservation in Tanzania - Construction of hydropower project in Selous Game Reserve received criticism and protest from wildlife and nature conservation groups, saying it would pose serious environmental and ... Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Site ... (12/31/2017)
- Top 10 HAPPY environmental stories of 2017 - Throughout 2017, scientists discovered new populations of rare wildlife ... potential of technology to improve conservation monitoring and efforts. The past year may have seemed like doom and gloom for the environment, but there was plenty to be thankful ... (12/28/2017)
- POTTERY BARN KIDS AND PBTEEN DESIGN NEW COLLECTIONS TO BENEFIT ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION ORGANIZATION, WORLD WILDLIFE FUND - SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Pottery Barn Kids and PBteen, members of the Williams-Sonoma, Inc. (NYSE:WSM) portfolio of brands, launched a new product collection inspired by endangered species, to benefit World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s ... (09/02/2016)
Government ContractsIn 2016, the federal government spent a total of $11,232,429 on Environment, Conservation & Wildlife Organizations. It has awarded 155 contracts to 81 companies, with an average value of $138,672 per company.
Top government vendors:
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Growth Opportunities / Competitive ThreatsCompanies in other industries may also sell similar products. Since there is an overlap in the customer base, there may be an opportunity for companies in Environment, Conservation & Wildlife Organizations to sell additional products/services offered by these adjacent industries. Alternatively, these industries may identify further products in this industry to target. Products most at risk are those with the highest profit margins and lowest barriers to entry.
The following industries are competing channels for sales of similar products/services.
|Competing Industry||Sales Relative to Environment, Conservation & Wildlife Organizations||Opportunity/Threat|
|Condominium & Homeowner's Associations & Athletic Associations|
|Human Rights Organizations|
Sales from other industries of Membership Services are less than those from Environment, Conservation & Wildlife Organizations. This may mean that other channels are a competitive risk of increasing their Membership Services sales, taking market share from this industry.
Membership Services Product Sales Report
Segments classified within this market research reportThis industry market research report includes companies whose primary business is any of the following:
Humane societies, Environmental advocacy organizations, Conservation advocacy organizations, Natural resource preservation organizations, Animal rights organizations, Wildlife preservation organizations, Animal welfare associations or leagues, etc.