Clients use our forecast views as checks against their own internal forecasts to:
A forecast view is based on a market model specific to the dynamics of a particular market segment. It identifies the critical influencing factors about which assumptions are made. These assumptions are informed by numerous fact bases, such as primary and secondary research, inquiry analysis, and an extensive network of industry contacts.
Many of our forecast views are driven by our syndicated research program results.
We aim to help you fully understand a market’s future spending or adoption patterns and provide data-driven insight to support your business decision making.
Our forecast views include at least two years of historical data and five years of future projections, providing you with a comprehensive understanding of the marketplace. In addition, many are displayed in interactive charts that can be customized and downloaded. Others are prepopulated charts. All forecast views include data tables that can be exported into a variety of file formats.
*These are available at the National, Local and SMB reporting levels.
**Activities are available at the daily, weekly, monthly, and annual reporting levels.
We create many customized forecasts for our clients. If you don’t see what you need listed, please contact us to discuss a custom view for your organization.
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Thrive Analytics is pleased to announce that the new edition of its U.S Digital Advertising Forecast is now available. This edition covers the U.S. market, provides updated data for 2020, with COVID-19 impacts, and individual media forecasts to 2024. In addition, revenue data for 2016 to 2019 is provided.
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