Industry Analysis Tool

The Industry Analysis tool is a powerful feature that enables you to gain a comprehensive understanding of your Industry. With this tool, you can get an in-depth view of the market trends, size, and growth opportunities in your Industry.

The Industry Analysis tool provides you with a wealth of data and insights that can help you make informed decisions about your business. You can see information on industry trends, growth drivers, market size, and more all in one place. With this information, you can identify new opportunities, assess your competitors, and plan your strategy for growth and success.

Defining your brand industry is critical in creating a successful brand platform. It refers to the classification of your brand based on the products or services it offers and the market it operates in. A clear understanding of your brand industry helps identify your target audience, competitors, and industry trends. This information is crucial in developing an effective brand strategy, determining your unique selling proposition, and creating a brand image that resonates with your target audience.

about NAICS

The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) is a standardized system for categorizing businesses in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. It is used by government agencies, businesses, and other organizations to classify and collect data on the economic activity of companies.

Every business is assigned a primary NAICS code based on its main product or service, while secondary NAICS codes can be used to describe additional products or services offered. For example, a company that primarily sells clothing but also offers accessories would be assigned a primary NAICS code for clothing retail, with a secondary NAICS code for accessory retail.

Knowing your NAICS codes is important for brand platform and strategy development because it can help you understand your place in the market and the competitive landscape. For example, it can help you identify your target audience, analyze market trends, and determine the best channels to reach potential customers. Additionally, understanding your NAICS codes can also help you determine which government regulations and industry standards apply to your business, allowing you to make informed decisions about your business operations.

Why is defining your brand industry important? First, it helps to create a clear and concise understanding of your brand and its place in the market. It lets you identify your target audience and what they seek in a brand like yours. This information can create a brand message that resonates with your consumers and sets you apart from your competitors. Additionally, knowing your brand industry lets you stay up-to-date with the latest industry trends and changes and adapt your brand strategy accordingly. It helps you remain relevant and competitive in the market.

The process of defining your brand industry involves researching your market, competitors, and target audience. This research should include an analysis of industry statistics and trends, as well as a review of your competitors' branding strategies and positioning. It would help if you also considered factors such as product offerings, target audience demographics, and brand personality when defining your brand industry.

In conclusion, defining your brand industry is essential in creating a successful brand platform. It helps to establish a clear understanding of your brand, its place in the market, and the target audience you are trying to reach. This information is crucial in developing an effective brand strategy, determining your unique selling proposition, and creating a brand image that resonates with your target audience. So, take the time to research and define your brand industry, and you will be well on your way to creating a successful brand.

We are continuously updating the list of industries we analyze. Below is the list of industries we serve for free (as of May, 2023):

Augmented Reality



Child Care

Cloud Infrastructure

Delivery Service

Digital Marketing






UX/UI Design

Venture Capital

Video Games

Below is a complete list of Industries we serve in ABI Analyst Pro and ABI Brander versions:


 Advanced Materials

 Advertising Platforms


 Affiliate Marketing



 Angel Investment


 Artificial Intelligence


 Augmented Reality










 Blogging Platforms


 Business Development

 Business Intelligence




 Child Care

 Clean Energy


 Cloud Computing

 Cloud Infrastructure


 Communication Hardware

 Computer Hardware

 Computer Vision


 Consumer Electronics

 Consumer Goods


 Courier Service


 Cyber Security

 Delivery Service

 Developer APIs

 Digital Marketing

 Digital Media

 Direct Marketing





 Electric Vehicle

 Email Marketing




 Enterprise Software

 Environmental Engineering






 Film Production

 Financial Services



 Food and Beverage

 Food Delivery






 Graphic Design

 Health Care 

 Home and Garden

 Home Decor    

 Home Improvement


 Human Resources

 Industrial Engineering

 Information Services

 Information Technology



 Interior Design

 Internet of Things



 Legal Tech





 Marketing Consulting

 Market Research

 Media and Entertainment

 Media Streaming

 Medical Device



 Mobile Devices

 Mobile Marketing

 Mobile Software



 Natural Resources

 Network Hardware

 Network Security




 Organic Food







 Productivity Tools

 Project Management

 Property Development

 Property Management     


 Public Relations

 Public Safety     


 Quantum Computing

 Real Estate




 Retirement Services

 Risk Management




 Sales Automation

 Satellite Communication

 Search Engine Marketing



 Social Media

 Space Travel








 UX/UI Design

 Venture Capital



 Video Games

 Virtual Reality

 Virtual World     


 Waste Management

 Wearable Technology



 Wine And Spirits