265 page “Complete 2017-18 Global Cord Blood Banking Industry Report” includes Market size determinations by market segment, Trend data for umbilical cord blood grants, patents, and scientific publications, Clinical trial analysis, including comparison of cord blood vs. cord tissue, Rates of worldwide cord blood storage (units per year), Current and future conditions treatable with cord blood, Probability of requiring a stem cell transplant by age, Regulatory pathways affecting cord blood banking in major healthcare markets, Digital marketing assessment and comparison of industry leaders, Competitive environment analysis, including identification of market leaders, Medical opinions of cord blood banking and Crucial trends and unmet market needs .
Browse 265 pages report at www.reportsnreports.com/reports/12…ustry-report.html.
Over the past five years, the global cord blood banking industry has substantially matured and consolidated. This has created both serious threats and novel opportunities for the industry.
Serious threats to the industry include low rates of utilization for stored cord blood, expensive cord blood transplantation procedures, difficulty educating obstetricians about cellular therapies, and an increasing trend toward industry consolidation.
Marketing pressures are also impacting the industry, with the term “cord blood” being one of the 20 most expensive search terms on Google. Winning online traffic through Google AdWords for the search phrase “Cord Blood” now costs $45.87 in the U.S.
When all locations are allowed, the cost for acquiring online traffic through Google AdWords for the phrase “Cord Blood” is $32.91.
Digital competition for cord blood has also been growing increasingly competitive, with cord blood banks competing for online viewership of ads, website content, and ultimately, clients. Most cord blood banks are using Google Adwords to display advertisements within Google Search as a method of acquiring online visitors.
Industry leaders are also publishing enormous quantities of industry-relevant content to dominate in organic (non-paid) online search.
However, there are also emerging opportunities for the industry,such as accelerated regulatory pathways for cell therapies in leading countries worldwide, including the U.S., Japan, and South Korea. Cord blood banks are diversifyinginto new types of stem cell storage, including cord tissue storage, placental stem cells, amniotic stem cells, menstrual stem cells, adipose tissue, and more.
Finally, growing numbers of investors are entering the cord blood banking marketplace, led bygroups such as:
- ABS Capital Partners & HLM Management
- KKR & Company
- Bay City Capital
- GTCR, LLC
Report at www.reportsnreports.com/.aspx?name=1204888.
Table of Contents
II. Timeline of Key Events
III. Technical & Medical Characteristics of Cord Blood
IV. Cord Blood Market Overview
V. Cord Tissue Market Overview
VI. Benefits of Mesenchymal Stem Cells
VII. Cord Blood Industry Accreditations
VIII.Key Processing Technologies within the Cord Blood Marketplace
IX. Strategic Collaborations: Key Alliances within the Cord Blood Industry
X. Pairing Cord Blood Banking with Prenatal / Neonatal / Maternal Health Services
XI. Cord Blood Industry Consolidation (Mergers and Acquisitions)
XII. Technologies for Cord Blood Stem Cell Expansion
XIII. Diversification of Stem Cell Storage Services
XIV. Comparison of U.S. Cord Blood Market Leaders
XV.Comparison of Global Cord Blood Market Leaders
XVI. SWOT Analysis for Cord Blood Industry
XVII. Regulation of the Cord Blood Marketplace
XVIII. Trend Rate Analysis
XIX. Cord Blood Online Marketing Analysis
XX. Key Cord Blood Industry Benchmarks
XXI. Quality Guarantee Comparison
XXII. Market Size Analysis
XXIII. Cord Blood Industry Leadership
XXIV. Global Cord Blood Conferences and Events
XXV. Investors and Acquisitions Impacting the Global Cord Blood Industry
XXV. Geographic Analysis of Evolving Cord Blood Industry Conditions