Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
Despite varying degrees of growth in the economy, business has been strong for the Tattoo Studios industry over the past five years. The evolution of popular culture has lifted tattooing from underground scenes and criminal associations and focused on tattoos as a form of art and expression. This has allowed tattoos to permeate many previously inaccessible echelons of society, etched onto the skin of members in various professions that include corporate management, personal services and teaching. Demand for tattoos has also been driven by rapid advancements in technologies related to their removal, particularly that of lasers... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Locations Chapter
The geographic distribution of tattoo studios closely follows the population distribution, particularly in relation to age group dispersion. New South Wales accounts for the largest share of tattoo studios, at 32.8%. Approximately 41.3% of the NSW population is aged 15 to 44 years, with about 14.1% aged 20 to 29 years. New South Wales also benefits from having a highly cosmopolitan population, with a large number of tourists and high-profile tattoo artists and studios.
Victoria is expected to account for 24.4% of industry establishments, with approximately 42.8% of its residents aged 15 to 44 years. Victorians aged 20 to 29 years account for 15.0% of the state's total population, with males and females accounting for a comparable proportion... purchase to read more