2019 Ohio Market Segment Studies
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Barlow Research will size the universe, detail the competitive landscape and provide qualitative feedback from companies in market on their receptivity to Bank of America as a new market entrant.
Overview and Objectives
Bank of America has set its sights on taking a foothold in the Ohio market place – a state that is currently dominated by large regional banks such as Huntington, PNC, Fifth Third, U.S. Bank, Key Bank, Chase, who has a notable presence there, and an array of smaller financial institutions. This strategic move presents several key questions:
- What is the allure of the Ohio market?
- What does the current competitive landscape look like?
- Can a big-bank build traction in a market such as this?
To provide timely guidance, Barlow Research is conducting two separate deep dive analyses: 1) Ohio Small Business segment (companies $100K-<$10MM in annual revenue) and the 2) Middle Market segment (companies $10MM-<$500MM in annual revenue).
Deliverables include an executive summary and analysis, available on the Barlow Research web portal. WebEx presentation available upon request.
Report will be available in four weeks.
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