To gain an understanding of the economics of U.S. day spas to include financials such as average net profit per store, average revenue, expenses, and average price and cost of specific spa services.
Our preliminary findings indicate that data on the average financials for spas in the U.S. is limited in the public domain. There are many paywalled sources that offer this information, but from publicly available sources, we were unable to find solid numbers that answer all aspects of the financials of U.S. spas. We were able to find some pieces of data that could provide triangulated estimates, an example of which is below. We also found other data points that may be useful in the triangulation of other data points such as revenue per spa visit and average prices of services.
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