Recruitment Market by Capacity, Revenue (Value), Region Opportunities and Forecast 2021

Global Recruitment Market

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SUMMARY

WiseGuyReports published new report, titled “Global Recruitment Market”.

Recruitment is defined as a process of searching employees for an organization. The process involved in this includes conducting job analysis, sourcing the talent, and screening of talents. The recruitment/staffing market is bifurcated into two segments; general and professional recruitment, both of which can be further classified into temporary and permanent staffing.

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Demographic trends largely affect the staffing market that grows as the labor force supply increases. A change in demographic transition can become a factor in dampening economic expansion and GDP growth, which in turn would cause a decline in the global recruitment market. The global recruitment market will be driven by factors such as intensifying involvement of social media and online job platforms, growth prospects in emerging economies, rising industrial production, and increased volume of mergers and acquisitions in the industry.

Staffing/recruiting sales are highly correlated with gross domestic product (GDP). As GDP expands, so does recruiting market. So, the market is trending with budding new business environment, rise in foreign born workers, rising staffing index, VMS & MSO usage, and high demand for skilled and professional workers. However, the market growth will be hindered by decline in labor force participation, ageing workforce, and skill shortage.
The report offers an in-depth analysis of the global recruitment market. It also covers the regional aspect of the market. The report profiles Adecco SA, Randstad Holding NV, Manpower Group and Recruit Group.

Table of Contents

1. Market Overview
1.1 Recruitment
1.2 Recruitment Process
1.3 Types of Recruitment
1.4 Recruitment Market Segmentation
2. Global Market Analysis
2.1 Global Recruitment Market by Value
2.2 Global Recruitment Market Forecast by Value
2.3 Global GDP Growth & Unemployment Forecast
2.4 Global Recruitment Market by Type
2.5 Global Recruitment Market by Region
2.6 Global Temporary Recruitment Market by Value
2.7 Global Temporary Recruitment Market Forecast by Value

..CONTINUED

List of Charts

Factors that Influence Recruitment
Recruitment Process
Global Recruitment Market by Value (2012-2016)
Global Recruitment Market Forecast by Value (2017-2021)
Global GDP Growth & Unemployment Forecast (2012-2021)
Global Recruitment Market by Type (2016)
Global Recruitment Market by Region (2016)
Global Temporary Recruitment Market by Value (2012-2016)

..CONTINUED

List of Tables

Employment by Education and Training Category in the US (2015-2024E)
Most Used Social Networking Website for Recruitment (2016)
Global Recruitment Firms – Comparison by Regional Exposure (2016)
Global Recruitment Firms – Comparison by Revenue (2015-2016)
The US Recruitment Firms – Revenue Comparison (2015/2016)
Top US Recruitment Firm’s Revenue Breakdown by Segments (2016)

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Talent INC Canada Acting Coach, Paul Barnes Nominated For Dora Mavor Moore Award

John Stevens, Doug Sloan, Talent INC Canada, Talent INC, ACTRA, Toronto Film School, Acting Schools,

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Paul Barnes and the cast of Superdude and Doctor Rude are nominated for a Dora award for Outstanding Ensemble Performance for Theatre for Young Audiences.

Paul is one of our most in-demand coaches here at Talent INC Canada”

— Doug Sloan, Talent INC Canada

TORONTO, ON, CANADA, July 26, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Paul Barnes, who is represented by Colin McMurray & Associates, is a graduate of the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art and the Second City Conservatory program. He is An actor, comedian, and a very talented puppeteer. Paul has spent four years as a key cast member of the Second City's Educational and Family Companies here in Toronto. He is also a principal cast member on the TVO/Jim Henson kid's show Hi Opie!, and performs with various improv and sketch troupes around Toronto such as Improv Against Humanity, DogScience, We Happy Few and Men with Mustaches. He is delighted that he gets to spend his adult working life playing with toys and making pretend.

His critically acclaimed show, Superdude and Doctor Rude, produced by the infamous Second City, was a huge hit for youth audiences and families from across the GTA. In fact, the cast was nominated for a prestigious Dora Mavor Moore award.

"Paul is one of our most in-demand coaches here at Talent INC Canada. He puts so much of himself into each and every class and more than capable to teach so much more than just Improvisation" asserts Doug Sloan, Co-Founder of Talent INC Canada.

We asked Mr. Barnes what he liked about teaching at Talent INC Canada and he boasted, "Working as an Improv instructor at Talent INC is a two-way teaching experience. Doug, John, and Kate have created a wonderful place for us all to learn. I see groups of such inspiring and creatively unique performers each and every time I am there. After I offer my guidance, experience, and encouragement, my real job is to get out of the way so that their own beautiful, hilarious voices can shout so loud that they surprise even themselves. Such is the nature of Improv. I am deeply proud of the quality of work that all of my Talent INC students have accomplished".

Paul has had great success with his classes covering Audition Technique, Improvisation, Commercial Technique, Scene Study and Monologue work. All of Talent INC Canada's classes culminate into a final performance at a local venue.

"We are really trying to give actors the opportunity to add to both their training and performance credits on their professional resumes", says John Stevens the other Co-Founder of Talent INC Canada.

Teen actor Spencer Douglas, who is represented by Colin McMurray & Associates has been a booking machine and raves about Paul's classes.

"Improv is one of the most important tools an actor can have, and when it comes to Paul Barnes, he makes reaching that level of expertise exceptionally easy. I'm extremely happy that I've taken his classes and I'm going to continue training with him for as long as I can", exclaims Spencer.

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How Professional Standards Elevate Diversity Work

Diversity & Inclusion Credentials Are Quickly Becoming the Workplace Standard

Top 10 Reasons to Certify Your Entire Diversity & Inclusion Team

INDIANAPOLIS, IN, U.S., July 25, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Today, ANYONE can say that they are an "experienced" Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) leader. However, after burning through a substantial investment of time and treasury, companies are learning otherwise about some individuals who claim to be D&I experts.

Eight (8) years ago, the Institute for Diversity Certification (IDC)™ developed a professional safeguard to help companies ascertain how successful a potential job candidate, current employee, or consultant will be in their efforts to advance workplace equity, diversity and inclusion. Similar to a certification process for an accountant, doctor, fundraising professional or human resources executive, IDC designed a streamlined and rigorous system to assure employers that diversity and inclusion leaders are qualified to perform the job.

Professional qualification credentials from IDC means that a person has passed a standardized exam with an 80% or better, and the individual completed an external peer review process certifying that they are a legitimate and elite diversity and inclusion leader. Rita Holmes-Bobo, Executive Vice President of Diversity Equity and Inclusion at KVC Health Systems in Olathe, Kansas, achieved the CDE credential in June 2017. After completing the online preparation course, Mrs. Holmes-Bobo said, “I enjoyed the webinar classes and the creation of the project. The CDE class content should be required knowledge for every diversity, equity and inclusion professional.”

In fact, many organizations such as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Postal Service, Federal Reserve Bank, Excellus Blue Cross Blue Shield, U.S. Acute Care Solutions, Mercedes Benz/AIDT, Washington State Department of Social and Health Services, Indiana State University, and others, have required multiple members on their D&I team to obtain Certified Diversity Professional (CDP)™ or Certified Diversity Executive (CDE)™ credentials.

These organizations turned to certified professionals because they wanted to:

1. Improve the consistency of Diversity and Inclusion outcomes.
2. Understand what population changes mean for recruiting, sales/marketing, students, volunteers, suppliers/partners and the board of directors.
3. Ensure management and employees focus on connecting the D&I strategy to organizational goals.
4. Increase efficiency, reduce waste, and save time.
5. Develop a professional culture and better team morale.
6. Serve internal and external customers better.
7. Benchmark their efforts against other industry leaders.
8. Experience quicker results from change efforts.
9. Customize their professional work submission to reflect real business needs.
10.Achieve international recognition as an industry leader.

Modern-day diversity and inclusion efforts are driven by globalization, competition, and changing demographics. In a recent Harvard Business Review article entitled, "How Royal DSM Is Improving Its Geographic and Gender Diversity", author Avivah Wittenberg-Cox asserts, "With the recent spate of firms in the news over sexual harassment allegations and charges of gender bias, it is obvious that an issue many in business had thought was “done” is instead far from finished. Fostering corporate cultures which make half your employees feel somewhere between unengaged and unsafe is becoming risky and unsustainable." Accordingly, Dutch-based Royal DSM is the perfect example of a CEO who leads a gender balanced team in a field that has been traditionally dominated by men. IDC's certification program explores best practices, research and case studies (such as the DSM case), that can be replicated in organizations around the world. This is why professionals throughout the U.S., Canada, India, Japan, Germany, and Poland possess CDP and CDE credentials, and it is also why IDC is currently working to offer the credentials in other nations abroad.

Today, there are hundreds of designees at Fortune 500's, government agencies, nonprofits and educational institutions. IDC recently conferred CDP credentials to: James Bowles, Madisonville Community College; Clinton Covert, Ed.D., Defense Contract Management Agency; Brian Jones, Shelter Insurance; Minny Deol Olson, Seva Diversity Consulting; Andreea Petre, Insight Canada; Brandie Roberts, University of Alabama Huntsville; and Susanna Speed, Trillium Health. James Bowles, CDP, Director of Cultural Diversity at Madisonville Community College, has used his new-found knowledge to contribute to the development of strategies and approaches that advance access, success, diversity and inclusion for students and employees at the college. After achieving CDP credentials, Mr. Bowles was moved to the President's Office to raise the profile of diversity on campus. This and other success stories have inspired some D&I professionals to pursue the Diversity Executive certification. For example, Gail Williams, Chief Diversity Officer at Hodges University achieved the CDP in 2013, and completed the CDE in May 2017. Since then Williams has been given increasingly more responsibilities and has led several high-impact initiatives, with the support of the campus President, Dr. Donald Wortham. Both credentialing programs empower diversity leaders to work more effectively with senior leadership, and to drive interventions that will deliver meaningful outcomes.

Other executives with newly conferred CDE credentials include: Ismael Acevedo, New York Life Insurance Agent; Clara Awe, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago; Jason Barnett, The Ohio State University; Rita Holmes-Bobo, KVC Health Systems; Kathryn Pullen, U.S. Air Force; Deepa Shankar; and Angelina Wilson, Dream Builders Communication.

IDC guarantees that its designees are more effective and better equipped to deliver sustainable solutions– which allows organizations to experience greater benefits from diversity and inclusion work. The credentialing body offers ongoing resources and technical support through its professional membership arm, The Society for Diversity, to ensure that CDP and CDE designees exceed expectations. With thousands of individuals already using IDC's trademarked credentials, your organization can experience the advantage too. Call 1-800-983-6192 or log onto www.diversitycertification.org to learn more about IDC's revolutionary and competency-based equity, diversity and inclusion leadership program.

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24 Year-old Motivational Speaker, Ella Dorner Moves To Minneapolis

Motivational Speaker, Ella Dorner

AT AGE 16, ELLA FORGOT EVERY MEMORY SHE HAD EVER MADE.

I had the brain of a 1 year old but I was trapped in a 16 year old's body.”

— Ella Dorner

MINNEAPOLIS, MN, UNITED STATES, July 25, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Ella Dorner, Motivational Speaker (www.EllaDorner.com), today announced her relocation to Minneapolis, MN. The renowned 24 year-old amnesiac settled into the Twin Cities and she is now accepting speaking requests for the 2017/2018 calendar years.

“Have you seen the movie 'Groundhogs Day' or '50 First Dates'? Yeah, kinda like that. But instead of a romantic comedy, it was like a low budget horror film.” –Ella Dorner

Ella’s Story:
Entering the tenth grade, Ella took a fall that landed her with Retrograde Amnesia. At 16, she was learning the world around her as if she was six months old. She had to re-learn her ABC's, she had to learn to add and subtract again, she didn't even know her own family. As she and her wonderful family worked through the process of re-learning, Ella lived in a tent that was pitched in her bedroom—just enough room to move around and for her to feel safe. Every time she woke, she saw the note on her tent wall that said, "The blonde woman is your mother… and she loves you very much."

“The doctors estimated I could regain anywhere between 0-70% of my memories back… over the span of 9 years.” –Ella Dorner

Now 8 years later, Ella patiently hopes and prays for more of her memories to return. Luckily, she has found a way to pass the time: Ella delivers an emotionally gripping performance her audience will never forget. She will bring you to both happy and sad tears, all while she has you thinking differently about the water coming out of your face. Ella's electric energy, humor, and contagious happiness makes you reflect deeply about your life, and alters your daily perspective.

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Ella Dorner is uniquely equipped to share a tale of inspiration and awe with audiences young and old. Contact Ella now for the opportunity to hear her mind-bending story at your conference, college, or event.

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Global Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Market Research Report 2017 Analysis and Forecast to 2022

Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Market

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PUNE, INDIA, July 25, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Market:

Executive Summary

This report studies Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems in Global market, especially in North America, China, Europe, Southeast Asia, Japan and India, with production, revenue, consumption, import and export in these regions, from 2012 to 2016, and forecast to 2022.

This report focuses on top manufacturers in global market, with production, price, revenue and market share for each manufacturer, covering

Meggitt PLC
United Technologies Corporation
AD Aerospace PLC
Global ePoint, Inc.
Groupe Latecoere SA
Orbit Technologies Ltd.
Strongpilot Software Solutions
Cabin Avionics
navAero, Inc.
Aerial View Systems, Inc.

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By types, the market can be split into

Cockpit Door Surveillance System
Cabin Surveillance System
Environmental Camera System
By Application, the market can be split into

Military
Commercial
Civil

By Regions, this report covers (we can add the regions/countries as you want)

North America
China
Europe
Southeast Asia
Japan
India

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Table of Contents

Global Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Market Professional Survey Report 2017 
1 Industry Overview of Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems 
1.1 Definition and Specifications of Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems 
1.1.1 Definition of Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems 
1.1.2 Specifications of Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems 
1.2 Classification of Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems 
1.2.1 Cockpit Door Surveillance System 
1.2.2 Cabin Surveillance System 
1.2.3 Environmental Camera System 
1.3 Applications of Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems 
1.3.1 Military 
1.3.2 Commercial 
1.3.3 Civil 
1.4 Market Segment by Regions 
1.4.1 North America 
1.4.2 China 
1.4.3 Europe 
1.4.4 Southeast Asia 
1.4.5 Japan 
1.4.6 India

2 Manufacturing Cost Structure Analysis of Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems 
2.1 Raw Material and Suppliers 
2.2 Manufacturing Cost Structure Analysis of Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems 
2.3 Manufacturing Process Analysis of Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems 
2.4 Industry Chain Structure of Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems

3 Technical Data and Manufacturing Plants Analysis of Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems 
3.1 Capacity and Commercial Production Date of Global Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Major Manufacturers in 2016 
3.2 Manufacturing Plants Distribution of Global Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Major Manufacturers in 2016 
3.3 R&D Status and Technology Source of Global Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Major Manufacturers in 2016 
3.4 Raw Materials Sources Analysis of Global Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Major Manufacturers in 2016

4 Global Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Overall Market Overview 
4.1 2012-2017E Overall Market Analysis 
4.2 Capacity Analysis 
4.2.1 2012-2017E Global Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Capacity and Growth Rate Analysis 
4.2.2 2016 Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Capacity Analysis (Company Segment) 
4.3 Sales Analysis 
4.3.1 2012-2017E Global Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Sales and Growth Rate Analysis 
4.3.2 2016 Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Sales Analysis (Company Segment) 
4.4 Sales Price Analysis 
4.4.1 2012-2017E Global Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Sales Price 
4.4.2 2016 Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Sales Price Analysis (Company Segment)

5 Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Regional Market Analysis 
5.1 North America Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Market Analysis 
5.1.1 North America Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Market Overview 
5.1.2 North America 2012-2017E Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Local Supply, Import, Export, Local Consumption Analysis 
5.1.3 North America 2012-2017E Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Sales Price Analysis 
5.1.4 North America 2016 Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Market Share Analysis 
5.2 China Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Market Analysis 
5.2.1 China Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Market Overview 
5.2.2 China 2012-2017E Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Local Supply, Import, Export, Local Consumption Analysis 
5.2.3 China 2012-2017E Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Sales Price Analysis 
5.2.4 China 2016 Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Market Share Analysis 
5.3 Europe Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Market Analysis 
5.3.1 Europe Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Market Overview 
5.3.2 Europe 2012-2017E Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Local Supply, Import, Export, Local Consumption Analysis 
5.3.3 Europe 2012-2017E Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Sales Price Analysis 
5.3.4 Europe 2016 Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Market Share Analysis 
5.4 Southeast Asia Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Market Analysis 
5.4.1 Southeast Asia Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Market Overview 
5.4.2 Southeast Asia 2012-2017E Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Local Supply, Import, Export, Local Consumption Analysis 
5.4.3 Southeast Asia 2012-2017E Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Sales Price Analysis 
5.4.4 Southeast Asia 2016 Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Market Share Analysis 
5.5 Japan Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Market Analysis 
5.5.1 Japan Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Market Overview 
5.5.2 Japan 2012-2017E Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Local Supply, Import, Export, Local Consumption Analysis 
5.5.3 Japan 2012-2017E Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Sales Price Analysis 
5.5.4 Japan 2016 Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Market Share Analysis 
5.6 India Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Market Analysis 
5.6.1 India Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Market Overview 
5.6.2 India 2012-2017E Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Local Supply, Import, Export, Local Consumption Analysis 
5.6.3 India 2012-2017E Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Sales Price Analysis 
5.6.4 India 2016 Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Market Share Analysis

6 Global 2012-2017E Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Segment Market Analysis (by Type) 
6.1 Global 2012-2017E Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Sales by Type 
6.2 Different Types of Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Product Interview Price Analysis 
6.3 Different Types of Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Product Driving Factors Analysis 
6.3.1 Cockpit Door Surveillance System of Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Growth Driving Factor Analysis 
6.3.2 Cabin Surveillance System of Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Growth Driving Factor Analysis 
6.3.3 Environmental Camera System of Commercial Aircraft Video Surveillance Systems Growth Driving Factor Analysis

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Nexperia supports Engineers of the Future with sponsorship of University Robotics & AI team

University of Twente’s RoboTeam to compete in RoboCup 2017 world championship of robot soccer

NIJMEGEN, NETHERLANDS, July 25, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Nijmegen, July 25, 2017: Nexperia, the former Standard Products division of NXP, today announced that it is proud to be the main industry sponsor for the University of Twente’s RoboTeam, a multidisciplinary student group that aspires to innovate in both robotics and artificial intelligence. One channel that the team is using to achieve this ambition is by competing in RoboCup 2017, the world championship of robot soccer in Japan (July 25-31). http://www.robocup.org/. RoboTeam Twente will participate in the Small Size League, which focuses mainly on artificial intelligence.

Nexperia supports the team both financially and with products and technical support. “It is important for Nexperia to sponsor RoboTeam Twente as we believe we must facilitate the engineers of the future and at the same time be inspired and triggered by their innovations and ideas”, said Gerton Jansen, SVP Marketing and Sales Nexperia. “It is a win-win situation: RoboTeam Twente will take part in the Small Size League – you could say we fulfill a similar role as the industry leader miniature packaging.”

Added Jim Hoekstra, Software & External Relations: “We are very grateful to be sponsored by Nexperia, especially since we share common philosophies concerning efficiency, miniaturization, quality and innovation. We are looking forward to a highly-fruitful cooperation with Nexperia, which has begun very well with the immediate delivery of products straight after our agreement was signed.”

RoboTeam Twente’s website, ‘powered by Nexperia’, can be found at http://roboteamtwente.nl/.

About Nexperia
Nexperia, the former Standard Products division of NXP, is a dedicated global leader in Discretes, Logic and MOSFETs devices. The company became independent at the beginning of 2017. Focused on efficiency, Nexperia produces consistently reliable semiconductor components at high volume: 85 billion annually. Our extensive portfolio meets the stringent standards set by the Automotive industry. Industry-leading, miniature packages, produced in our own manufacturing facilities, combine power and thermal efficiency with best-in-class quality levels.
With over 50 years history supplying to the world’s biggest companies, Nexperia has 11,000 employees across Asia, Europe and the U.S., offering global support. The company has an extensive IP portfolio and is certified to ISO9001, ISO/TS16949, ISO14001 and OHSAS18001.
Nexperia: Efficiency wins.
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Global AR (Augmented Reality) in Education Market to Grow at a CAGR Of 82.25% During the Period 2017-2021

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Orbis Research has added Latest Research Report on "Global AR (Augmented Reality) in Education Market 2017-2021" to its Database.

DALLAS, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, July 25, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — The study of "Global AR (Augmented Reality) in Education Market 2017-2021" industry is very important to enhance business productivity and for the study of market forecast. This New Report presented by Orbis Reseach contains a comprehensive market and vendor landscape in addition to a SWOT analysis of the key vendors.

Companies Mentioned: EON Reality, Magic Leap, DAQRI, QuiverVision, GAMOOZ, Meta Company, Google, Curiscope, Chromville, Aug That, Popar, Blippar, and InGage, Meta Company, Google, Curiscope, Chromville, Aug That, Popar, Blippar, InGage.

About AR (Augmented Reality) in Education, Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), and mixed reality (MR) is enabling the 4th wave of computing power. These technologies involve the integration of other technologies, such as sensors, Big Data, artificial intelligence (AI), and wearable devices, leading to enhanced spatial computing. The eventual convergence of AR and VR will become mainstream for next generation computing and act as a smart and intuitive interface for the Internet of Things (IoT).

The advent of AR is expected to impact every sector and company, leading to the transformation of the way they communicate, design, manufacture, and sell their products. The AR technology is expected to be mainstream in the forecast period and grow from there on. The adoption of AR in various sectors is expected to increase with the millennials (born 1981-1997) and Gen Z (born 1998-present) increasingly showing interest in the deployment of AR in various sectors, especially in the field of education. Students learn more efficiently with the inclusion of modern technologies in the school and college curriculum.

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Analysts forecast the Global AR in Education Market to Grow at a CAGR Of 82.25% During the Period 2017-2021.

Covered in this report
The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global AR in education market for 2017-2021. To calculate the market size, the report considers the revenue generated by the vendors providing AR solutions for education across the globe.

The market is divided into the following segments based on geography:
• APAC
• Europe
• North America
• ROW

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Global AR in Education Market 2017-2021, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The report covers the market landscape and its growth prospects over the coming years. The report also includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market.

Key vendors
• EON Reality
• Magic Leap
• DAQRI
• QuiverVision
• GAMOOZ

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Other prominent vendors
• Meta Company
• Google
• Curiscope
• Chromville
• Aug That
• Popar
• Blippar
• InGage

Market driver
• Increased developer interest in AR applications

Market challenge
• High AR hardware prices

Market trend
• Blended learning through AR textbooks

Key questions answered in this report
What will the market size be in 2021 and what will the growth rate be?
What are the key market trends?
What is driving this market?
What are the challenges to market growth?
Who are the key vendors in this market space?
What are the market opportunities and threats faced by the key vendors?
What are the strengths and weaknesses of the key vendors?

Table of Contents
PART 01: Executive summary

PART 02: Scope of the report

PART 03: Research Methodology

PART 04: Introduction
Market outline

PART 05: Market overview
Five forces analysis

PART 06: Market segmentation by product
Global AR in education market by product
Global AR hardware in education market
Global AR content in education market

PART 07: Market segmentation by end-user
Global AR in education by end-user
Global AR in education in K-12 segment
Global AR in education in higher education segment

PART 08: Geographical segmentation
Global AR in education market by geography
AR in education market in North America
AR in Education market in Europe
AR in education market in APAC
AR in education market in ROW

PART 09: Decision framework

PART 10: Drivers and challenges
Market drivers
Market challenges

PART 11: Market trends
Blended learning through AR textbooks
Learning through AR gaming
Student-centric learning environment

PART 12: Vendor landscape
Competitive landscape

PART 13: Key vendor analysis
EON Reality
magic leap
DAQRI
QuiverVision
GAMOOZ

PART 14: Other prominent vendors

PART 15: Appendix
List of abbreviations

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K-12 Arts and Crafts Material Market 2017 Global Share, Trend, Segmentation and Forecast to 2021

The analysts forecast the global k-12 arts and crafts materials market to grow at a CAGR of 2.16% during the period 2017-2021.

PUNE, INDIA, July 25, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ —

Global K-12 Arts and Crafts Material Market

Description

The arts and crafts material, include paper-based products, paint and painting materials, and modeling materials such as play dough and clays. The major revenue to the market comes from paper-based stationery products. This is further fueled by the increasing demand for products with multifunctional utilities. For instance, there are products that act as a pencil and also can be used to as a stencil.

Covered in this report 
The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global k-12 arts and crafts materials market for 2017-2021. To calculate the market size, the report considers the sales of arts and crafts materials to the K-12 institutions worldwide.

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The market is divided into the following segments based on geography: 
• APAC 
• Europe 
• North America 
• ROW

The Global K-12 Arts and Crafts Materials Market 2017-2021, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The report covers the market landscape and its growth prospects over the coming years. The report also includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market.

Key vendors 
• Itsy Bitsy 
• Michaels Stores 
• Ningbo Rainma Stationery 
• School Specialty 
• TTS Group

Other prominent vendors 
• DollarDays 
• Eco toys 
• Fun Express 
• JAM Paper & Envelope 
• Kaplan Early Learning Group 
• S&S Worldwide

Market driver 
• Growing demand for paper-based stationery products 
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Market challenge 
• Health hazards associated with arts and crafts materials 
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Market trend 
• Online sales of arts and crafts 
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Key questions answered in this report 
• What will the market size be in 2021 and what will the growth rate be? 
• What are the key market trends? 
• What is driving this market? 
• What are the challenges to market growth? 
• Who are the key vendors in this market space? 
• What are the market opportunities and threats faced by the key vendors? 
• What are the strengths and weaknesses of the key vendors?

 

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Table of Contents -Major Key Points

PART 01: Executive summary 

PART 02: Scope of the report 

PART 03: Research Methodology 

PART 04: Introduction 
• Market outline 
• Global coloring and art supplies market 

PART 05: Market landscape 
• Global K-12 arts and crafts material markets 
• Five forces analysis 

PART 06: Market segmentation by school level 
• Global K-12 arts and crafts material market by School Level 
• Global K-12 arts and crafts material market in pre-primary schools 
• Global K-12 arts and crafts material market in primary schools 
• Global K-12 arts and crafts material market in middle schools 
• Global K-12 arts and crafts material market in high schools 

PART 07: Market segmentation by Distribution Channel 
• Global K-12 arts and crafts material market by distribution channel 
• Global K-12 arts and crafts market by brick and mortar distribution channel 
• Global online K-12 arts and crafts material market 

PART 08: Geographical segmentation 
• Global K-12 arts and crafts material market by geography 
• K-12 arts and crafts material market in APAC 
• K-12 arts and crafts material market in Europe 
• K-12 arts and crafts material market in North America 
• K-12 arts and crafts material market in ROW 

PART 09: Decision framework 

PART 10: Drivers and challenges 
• Market drivers 
• Market challenges

PART 11: Market trends 

PART 12: Vendor landscape 
• Competitive Landscape 

PART 13: Key vendor analysis 
• Itsy Bitsy 
• Michaels Stores 
• Ningbo Rainma Stationery 
• School Specialty 
• TTS Group 

PART 14: Other prominent vendors 

 ………..CONTINUED

 

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China Education Market Analysis 2017 (By Segment, Key Players and Applications) and Forecasts

China Education 2017 Market Challenge, Driver, Trends & Forecast

PUNE, INDIA, July 25, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Pune, India, 24 July 2017: WiseGuyReports announced addition of new report, titled “China Education Industry Report: 2016 Edition”.

The ancient education of China began in the Chinese classical works, rather than religious organizations. In Chinese history, clearly documented school for formal teaching began in Xia Dynasty (c. 2100-1600 B.C.). Since the beginning of 21st Century, the Chinese government gave priority to education and put forward the strategic policy of “revitalizing the nation through science and education". Deepening educational system reform, strengthening quality education, and adhering to make nine-year compulsory education universal and eliminating illiteracy are the most important tasks of education.

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The Chinese education system follows a specific pattern where early childhood education (pre-primary) is followed by primary school (Elementary school), middle school, secondary school (High school), and post-secondary (Tertiary) education. There are two major examinations for students undergoing school education in China, Zhongkao and Gaokao. Students begin their nine-year compulsory education at about six years old, and they progress through elementary school and junior high school over the following nine years. At the end of Grade Nine, all students are required to take Zhongkao, which is the cumulative assessment of this nine-year education period and is the entrance examination for senior high school.

The overall growth of the industry will be driven by rising responsiveness of people towards the benefits of early education and continuing education and growing demand for online teaching methods. The trends observed in China regarding the education industry are growing access to internet and declining rates of young population. While on one side, internet opens up the opportunities to grab overseas education, simultaneously it poses a threat to domestic educational institutions. Another challenge faced by the industry is declining rate of young population reflected by the fact that enrollments in primary and secondary education have been declining since 2007.

The report, “China Education Industry” analyzes the prevailing condition of the industry along with its major segments including pre-primary, primary, K-12, post-secondary and adult/continuing education. Chinese domestic and international education market along with specific dependence on the US education as well as the market dynamics of the Chinese education industry are being presented in this report. The major players, TAL Education, TARENA International, China Distance Education Holding and New Oriental have being profiled and compared, along with their key financials and strategies for growth.

Table of Content: Key Points
1. China Education System

1.1 Overview
1.1.1 Ancient Education
1.1.2 Modern Education
1.2 Educational Milestones
1.3 Classification
1.3.1 Pre School Education
1.3.2 Primary & Secondary Education
1.3.3 Higher Education
1.3.4 Adult or Continuing Education

2. China Education Industry Analysis
-Market Segments
-Student Enrollment
-Education Spending
-Literacy Rates
-Cost Breakdown
2.1 Domestic Industry Analysis
-No. of Kindergartens
-Enrollment by Segment
-Higher Education Graduates
Technical/Vocation Education
-Tutoring Classes
-Professional Market
2.2 International Industry Analysis
-International Schools by Provinces
-Share of International Students
-Comparison of Cost of Studying Abroad
-Schools for Foreign Children in China
– Courses Offered by International Schools
-Chinese Students Abroad

2.2.1 The US
– Chinese Students in the US
-Migration by Field of Study

2.3 Online Education Analysis
-Online Market Value: Actual & Forecasted
-Online Market Volume: Actual & Forecasted
-Market Segmentation
-Educational Tools

3. Market Dynamics
3.1 Reforming Education Structure
3.2 Growing Internet Access
3.3 Mergers and Acquisitions
3.4 Demographic Changes

4. Competitive Landscape
-Competitor Matrix
-Market Capitalization
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Events Industry Council CEO joins Penn State hospitality industry advisory board

Having Karen contribute her considerable talents and insights to our celebrated advisors is exciting for our faculty and students.”

— Donna Quadri-Felitti, Penn State School of Hospitality Mgmt.

UNIVERSITY PARK, PA, USA, July 24, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Karen Kotowski, CEO of the Events Industry Council (EIC) and Penn State alumna, has joined the Penn State School of Hospitality Management (SHM) Industry Advisory Board ( http://hhd.psu.edu/shm/industry-advisory-board ).

The EIC is a federation of 32 organizations in the meetings, exhibition, events and travel industry. Kotowski is responsible for the day to day management and strategy of the EIC, including delivering several signature programs, including the Certified Meeting Professional Designation, Accepted Practices Exchange, and the CIC Hall of Leaders.

“I am truly honored to have been selected to serve Penn State and the School of Hospitality Management in this way,” Kotowski said. “Since graduating from the College of Liberal Arts at Penn State, I’ve made my career in event planning and management, and now lead an organization with a mission to champion and professionalize the events industry. I look forward to bringing that voice to the board and to further the field of study of event management within the school for the benefit of students pursuing this career choice. I am passionate about Penn State and the events industry, and seek to serve both equally well in this role.”

The board invites industry experts to strategically advise SHM on industry trends and guide students who are studying hospitality management. The members are leaders in the field, including vice presidents and senior vice presidents of large companies and executive vice presidents, chief operating officers and CEO’s of smaller companies.

Kotowski has more than 20 years of meeting planning, education and program management experience for non-profit associations and private sector companies. She has a proven record of strategic and entrepreneurial vision. She earned a degree in public service at Penn State and holds both of the industry’s eminent designations, the Certified Meeting Professional and the Certified Association Executive.

“Education and professional development have been central to Karen’s successful career, providing it to association members and as a leading events industry advocate. Having Karen contribute her considerable talents and insights to our celebrated advisors is exciting for our faculty and students,” said Donna Quadri-Felitti, Marvin Ashner Director of the Penn State School of Hospitality Management.

Prior to joining CIC, Ms. Kotowski was Vice President, Member Education with the National Association of Home Builders for 16 years. During her tenure with NAHB, she focused on providing education and business management services to the members of the organization.

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