NEWS RELEASE June 2019
Combust Flow and Treat Market Research Options
The need for market research ranges from an immediate answer to a question to a business program with forecasts for each major prospect. McIlvaine has been supplying research across this spectrum in the air, water and energy fields since 1974. Cost and timing as well as intended use influence the market research purchase decision. Here are reasons McIlvaine should be your choice for the range of needs.
- Need an answer today to a few questions: McIlvaine can supply any of our on line market reports instantly and can provide a webinar to help answer specific questions. Here are details on each of the reports divided into air, water, energy, and contamination control categories. http://home.mcilvainecompany.com/index.php/markets
- Need guidance today: Bob McIlvaine can provide a one hour webinar with a number of participants. Focus can be on a particular prospect, product, industry, or location. McIlvaine displays millions of pages of information on line. The most appropriate information can be displayed to provide the guidance.
- Need data to allocate sales promotion expenditures or to set quotas: McIlvaine has forecasts for each product in each industry in each country. Segmentation for each state in the U.S. and each province in China can also be supplied.
- Need to value an acquisition target or make a new product investment decision: McIlvaine has been an advisor on many acquisitions and has done numerous studies to determine the potential markets for a new product. Clients have included the largest companies but also small ones. Since McIlvaine also has services on the end user industries it has the latest insights on fast developing opportunities such as hydraulic fracturing or single use biopharmaceuticals.
- Build a business program around market research: Forecasts of purchases by each major prospect can be provided along with a program to reach the decision makers in a way which will maximize profits. The Most Profitable Market Program is described at