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Jos. A. Bank (JOSB) - Competitive & Market Analysis

DUBLIN, January 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/ll5skf/jos_a_bank) has announced the addition of the "Jos. A. Bank (JOSB) - Competitive & Market Analysis" report to their offering. 

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This product scores the quality of all retail and restaurant locations in the U.S. based on the competition, demographics, and local economic conditions around each store to uncover powerful insights into retailer and restaurants' same stores sales and profitability.

Use this report to assess which men's apparel retailers have the best existing and new store locations and help forecast revenue and performance. Signal has performed an in-depth competitive and market analysis of Jos. A. Bank with findings that highlight the following:

Example Quotes/Findings From Report:

  • On a raw demographic basis, Jos. A. Bank enjoys moderately above average market size (population density) and affluence (per capital income) versus the average of the comp set.
  • Jos. A. Bank's openings have been in larger, more affluent markets, though the intensity of competition in these marginal markets has been more significant

Competition:

  • Signal's competitive landscape analysis assesses which retailers have the strongest competitive position in the Men's Apparel sector
  • Signal's competitive framework segments the sources of competition in the markets that Jos. A. Bank caters to and the aggregate effect of the rise of other Men's Apparel retailers within the same markets
  • Proprietary Signal competitive weightings are assigned to competing retailers and channels based on the strength of the competitive relationship and product overlap
  • See full competitive attribution and changes in attribution over time to identify competitors that are encroaching
  • Overall competitive intensity based on the proprietary Signal Competition Ratio

Store Quality:

  • Quantitative evaluation of the quality of Jos. A. Bank's new store trade areas relative to the pre-existing store base and relative to competitors' store openings
  • Quantitative evaluation of the quality of Jos. A. Banks' existing store trade areas relative to competitors' store trade areas
  • The store quality evaluation is based on an extensive library of relevant store quality measures: population, income, target market, competition, local market economics, and spending
  • Analysis run on both a raw and competition-normalized basis

Local Market Economics:

  • Housing, employment, fuel, and other economic indicators analyzed on a store-by-store basis for Jos. A. Bank
  • Comparing and contrasting retailers based on economic health of underlying markets

Reasons to Purchase:

  • For Investors: Clients can use this report to use Signal's proprietary data to make predictions on key revenue drivers and ultimately, profitability for Jos. A. Bank and other men's apparel retailers
  • For Investors: Source proprietary long or short investment ideas based on store quality inflection points
  • For Retailers: Gain competitive intelligence on the strategy and quality of competitors' new store openings


Key Topics Covered: 

1. KEY TAKEAWAYS 

2. COMPANY SUMMARIES 

3. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 

4. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE - Top Dealers, Industry Mix & Industry Concentration 

5. REGIONAL STORE MIX - Store Distribution by Major Geographic Region 

6. REGIONAL STORE MIX - Top Player by Major Geographic Region 

7. COMMUNITY DISTRIBUTION - Urban to Rural Store Distribution 

8. COMPETITION DEFINITION - SIGNAL Proprietary Competitive Strength Matrix 

9. COMPETITION ATTRIBUTION - Intensity of Competition by Stand Alone Banners & Industries 

10. FOOTPRINT QUALITY 

11. FOOTPRINT QUALITY - Population Density, Relative Affluence & Aggregate Spending Power 

12. HOUSEHOLD INCOME DISTRIBUTION 

13. FOOTPRINT QUALITY - Competition Adjusted Figures 

14. STORE CHURN QUALITY - Total Openings (10 Mile Radius) 

15. U.S. FOOTPRINT & REGIONAL DISTRIBUTION - Current / Prior Period Stores & Openings 

16. TARGET TRADE AREA - Dimensioning the Profile of the Market Draw 

17. STORE CHURN ANALYSIS - Quality Of Store Births & Deaths Versus Prior Year Base 

18. COMPETITION ATTRIBUTION 

19. COMPETITION MATRIX 

20. MONOPOLY MARKETS - Single Store (Complete) & Single Player Markets 

21. STORE CHURN QUALITY - Recent Grand Openings & Stores in Development 

22. GRAND OPENINGS - Jos. A. Banks 

23. STORE CHURN ANALYSIS - Recent Grand Openings & Stores In Development 

24. APPENDIX A - Reference 

25. COMPANY STORE COUNTS - May 2012 through September 2013 

26. GLOSSARY 

27. APPENDIX B - STORE CHURN QUALITY: JOSB Openings (5 Mile Radius) 

28. APPENDIX C - STORE CHURN QUALITY: Men's Warehouse Retail (10 Mile Radius) 3

29. APPENDIX D - Maps 


Companies Mentioned:

  • Brooks Brothers
  • Jos. A. Bank
  • Men's Wearhouse


For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/ll5skf/jos_a_bank


Media Contact: Laura Wood , +353-1-481-1716, [email protected]


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