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UK Nightclubs Industry, 2007-17

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The condition and appeal of the nightclub sector appears to be slowly deteriorating, particularly amongst over-25s. Clubs may well be forced to re-invent their proposition, as over-reliance on 18-24s and students is dangerous should volume projections for the next few years hold true. http://www.bharatbook.com/entertainment-market-research-reports/nightclubs-uk.html

Some questions answered in this report include:

How much of a threat are hybrid bar imitations?
Do clubs need to appeal to a wider demographic?
How can clubs increase spend per head?
What can clubs do to change consumer perceptions of long queues and high prices?

Key chapters of the report :

INTRODUCTION
Definition
Abbreviations

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The market
Figure 1: Value forecast for UK nightclubs industry, 2007-17
Market drivers
High unemployment level amongst 18-24-year-olds causes concern
Figure 2: UK unemployment rates, by age band (seasonally adjusted), January 2007-January 2013
Clubs are still picking up tail-enders
Figure 3: Average hour of entry to nightclubs, 2012
The consumer
Nightclub visiting habits
Figure 4: Nightclub visiting habits, November 2011 and March 2013
Nightclub activities
Figure 5: Nightclub activities experienced, March 2013
Attitudes towards nightclubs
Figure 6: Clubbers’ attitudes towards nightclubs, March 2013
Ways to encourage non-clubbers
Figure 7: Ways to encourage ex-clubbers and non-clubbers, March 2013
Factors influencing choice of nightclub
Figure 8: Factors influencing choice of nightclub, by regular clubbers, March 2013
What we think

ISSUES IN THE MARKET
How much of a threat are hybrid bar imitations?
Do clubs need to appeal to a wider demographic?
How can clubs increase spend per head?
What can clubs do to change consumer perceptions of long queues and high prices?

TREND APPLICATION
Trend: Let's Make a Deal
Trend: Access All Areas
Mintel Futures: Generation Next

MARKET DRIVERS
Key points
High unemployment level amongst 18-24-year-olds causes concern
Figure 9: UK unemployment rates, by age band (seasonally adjusted), January 2007-January 2013
Areas of high club density hit heavily by unemployment
Figure 10: UK unemployment rates, by region (seasonally adjusted), Q4 2012
Student numbers on the wane?
Figure 11: Trends in the number of students at higher education establishments, 2005/06-2011/12
Occasional clubbers feeling the economic pinch
Figure 12: Nightclub visiting habits, by financial situation, March 2013
Nightclubs avoid burden of legislation as alcohol-fuelled crime drops…
…but threat of Early Morning Restriction Orders presents danger
Clubbers start to show cult-like mentality
Figure 13: Number of monthly visits to late night venues (nightclubs), Summer 2010-12
Clubs are still picking up tail-enders…

Figure 14: Average hour of entry to nightclubs, 2012
… and less spend per head
Figure 15: Clubbers’ drinking behaviour, November 2011
Competition from hybrid bars and pubs intensifies
Figure 16: Leisure activity participation and frequency levels, September 2012
Figure 17: Percentage of all going out visits by sub-sector, Autumn 2012
Regular clubbers are part of the ‘mobile generation’
Figure 18: Ownership of smartphones and tablets, by nightclub visiting habits, March 2013

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