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Q: Market Stats ($$) for the non-residential security business in Canada ( No Answer,   0 Comments )
Subject: Market Stats ($$) for the non-residential security business in Canada
Category: Business and Money > Consulting
Asked by: jmunn-ga
List Price: $50.00
Posted: 14 Apr 2006 12:11 PDT
Expires: 25 Apr 2006 09:50 PDT
Question ID: 718928
I am looking to find out what dollar volume 'Corporate, retail and
government security' (all non-residential) represent in Canada - and
how it is broken down in these three* segments/markets.

I understand that the non-residential market is generally broken down
into three 'sub-markets' of *RETAIL (business to consumer / retail
focus), *CORPORATE (business to business (non-storefront) and
*GOVERNMENT (public instituions and entities).

I am ultimately looking to clearly state "The non-residential security
market in Canada is a $13-billion dollar industry - where RETAIL
represents $6.5B (50%), Corporate $4B (30%) and Government $2.5B
(20%)"  - my numbers for now -

Additional notes: There are some industry associations that I've heard
of that may help/have this information (ASIS (Canada?); RCC (retail
council ??), NRF (National Retail F??); Canasa (Can. Asstn of Security
A??).  Also, some of the 'big players / suppliers' may have
information posted (AC Technical (a public company may post this for
possible investors); Intercon; ADT; CHUBB (business/commercial unit);
Checkpoint and/or Sensormatic).  I'm not sure if 'the government'
tracks this in any shape or form (?!)

Anyway, if you are able to help - great! 

If you can provide recent annual sales figures for any of the above
companies in Canada, I will pay - please see additional Question
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