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Futuresource Interactive Displays in The Education and Corporate Sectors Market Track - Worldwide Q2 2019

Quarter World Highlights

The year continued well with a 19% global increase in the quarter and many strong country sales.

  • 2019 Q2 showed a 19% increase over 2018 Q2 with 488k displays shipped - the largest second quarter shipment figure ever.
  • The Americas had a positive quarter with 25% YoY growth, the largest second quarter for eight years. Education and the corporate sector both grew strongly in the US, which showed a 30% overall increase.
  • EMEA was also positive with a 1% YoY increase. Most significantly there was not one major tender influencing the figures but YoY growth in most countries.
  • APAC sales grew 23% YoY to reach 305k units, the largest Q2 ever.
    • In China sales were strong reaching 281k, a 23% YoY increase.
  • The 2019 global market is forecast to see an annual 8% volume and 9% value increase. It is forecast to be the first year to break the 2 million mark for interactive displays, $5.9 billion in value.
  • The global market is forecast to remain robust with the market increasing 5% per year until 2023.
  • Forecast values have been reduced as we see display costs dropping especially in China.
  • Education volumes outside China are expected to increase by 7% per year but in China volumes are expected to reduce by 4% per year.
  • The corporate market is forecast to more than triple over the next five years to 956k displays in 2023, spearheaded by China.
  • Since last quarter the main changes to the forecast are: Increases in both education and corporate in China and an increase in education and decrease in corporates across EMEA and the US.

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