Evolving Considerations for Segmenting Aesthetic Practices
The global aesthetics market for product sales has more than doubled in the past 10 years, from $6B to $12.5B. Simultaneously, the number of US aesthetics practices has exploded to exceed 40,000 today. Kx Advisors has worked across many of the drivers behind this growth, including novel treatment & service offerings (e.g., non-invasive fat reduction, RF microneedling), broader consumer activation & demand (e.g., millennials, beautification in a virtual age), and strong consumer pricing power.
As US aesthetic practices grow, so does their diversity in service offerings and business models. Manufacturers’ ‘old school’ segmentation approaches for their customers included core vs. non-core, practice type & size, and location. But these elements no longer tell the full story, as competition between practices increases and their mix of treatments & consumer engagement tactics continue to evolve.
How Kx Can Help
Kx Advisors has identified four additional ‘new school’ considerations for segmenting & targeting practices based on our extensive research and expertise. Contact our aesthetics team Bob Serrano email@example.com, Sean Vander Linde firstname.lastname@example.org & Chris Waybill email@example.com to explore the changing industry landscape and discover how Kx Advisors can assist in achieving your Aesthetic Medicine expansion goals.
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