In 3 steps you will learn how your business stacks up to your competition.
Make smarter decisions through data with SizeUp and learn the answers to the burning questions that keep every business owner and aspiring entrepreneur up at night.
SizeUp shows you how you measure up to the competition in your industry. If you are just thinking about starting up a business, SizeUp will tell you whether your projections are reasonable considering your market.
Determine what percent of businesses you are outperforming in your industry. See if your score places you in the top or bottom for revenue, size, salaries, and more.
See where the typical business owner in your industry near you is doing best. This may help you determine where to expand into a new location, or where to target a marketing campaign.
We don't just show you data, we show you how to look at the information and how to make better decisions based on data. Consider us your business intelligence sherpas.
Find your potential customers, competitors, and suppliers in order to make strategic decisions.
Choose from hundreds of consumer expenditure categories, from men's sweaters to magazines.
SizeUp can map consumer expenditure patterns in your neighborhood and beyond.
Find where the total consumer spending is highest for your category, or see where the average household spends the most.
SizeUp can help you find where your customers are and your competitors are not. You can easily key in on neighborhoods or corridors where there are a lot of potential customers, but few or no competitors. Learn more.
You may have great future customers and suppliers nearby you that you didn't know were there. Discover where they are so you can grow your business. Learn more.
SizeUp can help you find the best places to target your marketing to help promote your business.
Find the successful areas by searching for the highest total, average, or per capita revenue.
If you are a local-serving retail or service business, try looking for areas that lack what you offer.
Are your customers those that work in a certain industry? Find out where those people are.
If local spending power is important, you can find areas with specific household incomes.
Add demographic or industry filters to narrow in on the areas of importance to your business.
Adjust the distance of the analysis from a few miles around you to the entire nation.
All you need to analyze your local business. Make the right decisions.