Aerospace, Consumer Goods and the Sharing Economy Industries

Published: July 27, 2017.

Great news, we’re adding in-depth coverage of 3 vital industry sectors for our 2018 online database and almanacs list:

  • Sharing & Gig Economy, Freelance Workers & On-Demand Delivery Industry

  • Aerospace, Aircraft, Satellites & Drones Industry

  • Consumer Products, Cosmetics, Hair & Personal Services Industry

Plunkett Sharing Economy

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Almanac Editions: Publication: 04/15/2018 Price: $379.99
Printed ISBN: 978-1-62831-478-6
eBook ISBN: 978-1-62831-803-6

Sharing & Gig Economy:  This sector is changing the entire world while we watch.  Uber, Lyft and other upstarts are battling the taxi industry worldwide.  Restaurants and supermarkets are watching their market share being absorbed and their dining room crowds dwindle, thanks to meal kit companies like Blue Apron and food delivery firms like Favor. Professionals, from computer code experts to graphic artists, are opting to sell their services through sites like Upwork rather than take full time corporate jobs, while entrepreneurs are sharing office space at We Work rather than set up personal offices.

Plunkett Aerospace and Drones Almanac

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Printed ISBN: 978-1-62831-476-2
eBook ISBN: 978-1-62831-801-2
In Aerospace, the drone sector is soaring, if you’ll pardon the double-meaning of the word.  At the same time, airliners are selling in massive numbers at Boeing and Airbus.  Some of the world’s most famous entrepreneurs are revolutionizing the space rocket and space travel sector, including Tesla’s Elon Musk, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos and the UK’s Richard Branson.

Plunkett Consumer Products Almanac

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Printed ISBN: 978-1-62831-477-9
eBook ISBN: 978-1-62831-802-9
In Consumer Goods & Services, including cosmetics and household cleansers, there is a growing interest worldwide in greener products.  At the same time, many emerging companies are gaining market share with innovative products, services and marketing.  A great example is the Dollar Shave Club, a firm that dramatically lowered the cost of razor blades by selling directly to consumers by subscription.  It is business model is so powerful that it’s giving Gillette “razor burn” and Gillette has lowered its prices on some blades.  Meanwhile, Dollar Shave Club was acquired by global consumer goods giant Unilever for $1 billion.  That’s a lot of blades!
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