Connector Industry Reports

The Bishop Report

The Bishop Report (Single User License)

Published: January 2017

Published monthly, The Bishop Report is one of the best, and most relied upon, sources of information on the world connector industry. Each year, Bishop & Associates analyzes the North American, Japanese, Asia-Pacific, and European electronic connector markets by region, country, end-use equipment, and product line. Additionally, The Bishop Report provides detailed forecasts for each of these world connector markets.

An important feature in The Bishop Report is the How's Business updates covering the performance and profitability of the connector industry. Each quarter, Bishop & Associates recaps information derived from public and proprietary sources to provide the industry with current, and projected trends in both sales and profits.

Connector News Briefs (50 to 75 News Briefs a Year) are emailed to you when important news events occur that influence the connector industry. This service is free with your subscription to The Bishop Report.

You may also add on a subscription to The Connector Industry Yearbook. This report is based on annual reports provided by publicly traded connector companies. Income statements and balance sheets are consolidated for the past ten (10) years, (5) years, and most current year, providing benchmarks on the industry and the overall performance of the public connector companies.

The Bishop Report and Connector Industry Yearbook (Single user license)

Published: January 2017

Published monthly, The Bishop Report is one of the best and most relied upon sources of information on the world connector industry. Each year, Bishop & Associates analyzes the North American, Japanese, Asia-Pacific, and European electronic connector markets by region, country, end-use equipment, and product line. Additionally, The Bishop Report provides detailed forecasts for each of these world connector markets.

Another important feature of The Bishop Report is the How's Business updates on the performance and profitability of the connector industry. Each quarter, Bishop & Associates recaps' information derived from public and proprietary sources to provide the industry with current, and projected trends in both sales and profits.

Connector News Briefs (50 to 75 News Briefs a Year) are emailed to you when important news events occur that influence the connector industry. This service is free with your subscription to The Bishop Report.

The Connector Industry Yearbook report is based on annual reports provided by publicly traded connector companies. Income statements and balance sheets are consolidated for the past ten (10) years, (5) years, and most current year, providing benchmarks on the industry and the overall performance of the public connector companies.

The Bishop Report & Connector Industry Yearbook (Corporate License)

Published: January 2017

Published monthly, The Bishop Report is one of the best and most relied upon sources of information on the world connector industry. Each year, Bishop & Associates analyzes the North American, Japanese, Asia-Pacific, and European electronic connector markets by region, country, end-use equipment, and product line. Additionally, The Bishop Report provides detailed forecasts for each of these world connector markets.

Another important feature of The Bishop Report is the How's Business updates on the performance and profitability of the connector industry. Each quarter, Bishop & Associates recaps' information derived from public and proprietary sources to provide the industry with current, and projected trends in both sales and profits.

Connector News Briefs (50 to 75 News Briefs a Year) are emailed to you when important news events occur that influence the connector industry. This service is free with your subscription to The Bishop Report.

This subscription also includes The Connector Industry Yearbook report based on annual reports provided by publicly traded connector companies. Income statements and balance sheets are consolidated for the past ten (10) years, (5) years, and most current year, providing benchmarks on the industry and the overall performance of the public connector companies.