Global breakout

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Global breakout

  1. 1. Global Company Breakout<br />“All (most) the Fish in the Global Sea”<br />J. David Morris<br />
  2. 2. Information Source: OneSource Database<br />Data Pull criteria:<br />Public Parent<br />Private Parent<br />Public Independent<br />Private Independent<br />State-Owned Parent<br />Geography<br />Global<br />Omitted<br />Public Subsidiary<br />Private Subsidiary<br />Non-Profits<br />
  3. 3. Companies per Sales Bracket<br />e.g.782 companies with sales over $10 billon (first bracket)<br /> -- 5,044 companies with over $1 Billion in sales (first five brackets)<br />
  4. 4. Total Sales Revenue per Sales Bracket<br />e.g. 782 companies in the $10B+ bracket have a total of $94,106,802M in sales<br />
  5. 5. Average Sales Revenue per Sales Bracket<br />782 companies in the $10B+ bracket have an average of $120,341 in sales.<br />An average in this context has marginal value, since the actual sales per company vary drastically in the upper brackets; however, the decreasing curve is notable, i.e. Power Law. One could make a few assumptions and calculate operational budgets by bracket for a customer value analysis. <br />
  6. 6. Global Sales % per Sales Bracket<br />e.g. 782 companies in the $10B+ bracket earn 66% of total global sales<br />
  7. 7. % of Global Companies per Sales Bracket<br />e.g. 782 companies in the $10B+ bracket comprise 1 % of total global companies<br />
  8. 8. Slides 6 & Slide 7 side by side<br />e.g. 782 companies in the $10B+ bracket earn 66% of total global sales and comprise only 1% of the total number of global companies<br />
  9. 9. Breakout by Country<br />* Data is from OneSource<br />
  10. 10. The Numbers<br />
  11. 11. The End<br />Questions and/or comments to <br />J. David Morris – david@jdavidmorris.com<br />

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