Catchment Analyis – Meaning and Benefits

Catchment Analysis

What is a catchment analysis & why is it important for your business?

Gain your market insights with catchment analysis

Catchment is basically a defined area around a store, site or venue which can attract customers. The catchment area is the geographic area from which you open your store/business location to attract customers, whether prospective or existing. Your catchment area size depends on the nature of the business, the services/products offered and competitors in the local area. Any business, whether large or small, needs to understand their catchment area and the customer demographics to align their product/service offering, and thereby improve targeting. Catchment analysis is indispensable if you really want to target the right audience. It plays a vital role for evaluation and optimizing the distribution of your network of sales outlets or services.

Benefits of Catchment Analysis

It’s extremely necessary to do a catchment analysis for your business location. We discuss below the benefits of catchment analysis :

  • Know where your customers are coming from
  • Know the market potential and penetration
  • Know your store location coverage
  • Choose new sites for opening and close the existing one if it does not work
  • Know which locations are performing the best
  • Know your customers’ travel schedule and network
  • Improve marketing outreach 
  • Helps to customer targeting campaigns
  • Study and analyze competitor locations
  • Helps to map customer behavior and mobility patterns

Catchment analysis thus help in making big decisions about where to open new stores or close existing locations.

Catchment Analysis at MarketGenics

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