March 2019, IV Edition, 105 pages
The E-Commerce market for lighting fixtures is estimated to account for almost 6% of the world lighting fixtures consumption, meaning USD 8.5 billion in 2018 (including both B2C and B2B business), driven for 37% by wholesalers and for 28% by E-tailers. Higher incidence for residential lighting where 8% is covered by web-sales. The e-commerce market for the lighting fixtures almost tripled since 2012, registering an average yearly growth equal to +18%. Asia has been the fastest growing region with India increasing by 31% on average in the period 2012-2018, followed by China with +28%. On the other hand, the United States and Europe increased in average by 14% and 12%. North America and China are the largest markets in terms e-commerce penetration in the lighting business (with a share of 8% each); in Europe, the United Kingdom and Germany represent the largest marketplaces
February 2019, II Edition, 155 pages
There are approximately 1,600 independent architectural lighting design practices/divisions operating worldwide and this estimate is growing every year. This Report profiles around 100 top Architectural Offices and over 150 Lighting Design practices. Mentioned companies are focused both on turnkey projects and small projects in the segments of retail and luxury shops, hospitality, office, private residences, entertainment, marine, large infrastructure, and art and museum spaces. In its first part, the Report addresses these segments with in-depth analysis, as well as the size of the market and the competition system of the top lighting players operating in the system. Geographical areas covered: Europe, America, Asia and Pacific.
February 2019, II Edition, Excel DB and executive summary of 44 pages
The aim of this report is to assess the “state of health” of the lighting industry, highlighting the recent trends and structural characteristics of the sector through the analysis of the balance sheets (key financial indicators, profitability and structure ratios, employment data) for the years 2013 to 2017 of a group of 800 companies based worldwide, broken down by geographical area, lighting segment, turnover range. The top 100 companies (“Best in class”) were selected from a sample of 800 companies on the basis of a synthetic indicator which includes the main profitability, performance and financial indicators, and reported separately as Big (over 50 million USD turnover) and Small players