Wichita State CEDBR provides market research services, reports
Jun 27, 2013 11:00 AM | Print

The Center for Economic Development and Business Research provides customized market research to government, businesses and nonprofit agencies across Kansas.

Market research reports include analyses that help provide a better understanding of competitors, market trends, consumer behaviors and the competitive landscape.

A market research report about the women's clothing store subsector in the Wichita MSA is currently available as an example of these services.

This information was compiled to help current retailers and potential new entrants in the subsector have a better understanding of their market, learn more about opportunities and challenges associated with the subsector, and make informed decisions.

Principal sources used for the report are the Kansas Department of Revenue, the U.S. Census Bureau, and IBISWorld.

If you would like to request a market research report or get more information, please visit research.cedbr.org, or email CEBDR's director, Jeremy Hill, at jeremy.hill@wichita.edu. The costs for these services are based on the scope of the project.

The women's clothing store market research report is available at http://www.wichita.edu/j/?2279.

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