Beacon Officers have helped 21 of the Fortune 100 achieve their growth objectives.

Four times a year The Beacon Group donates its time to community projects and volunteer organizations, totaling nearly 1,000 service hours annually.

Beacon's core clients work in and support every major American industry.

National Geographic Traveler has ranked Portland 40th among the top historic places in the world.

Beacon's core clients employ more than 1.5 million people worldwide, the equivalent of the population of Barcelona.

The annual revenue of Beacon's core clients tops $500 billion: the equivalent of the GDP of Switzerland.

Beacon conducts research in more than 86 countries, representing over 81% of the world’s population (or more than five billion people).

Beacon Officers have helped 13 of the Fortune 50 achieve their growth objectives.

In the past 5 years, Beacon has helped our client innovators identify over $100 billion in new growth opportunities.

Over 173 million shares of Beacon's core clients' stock is traded every day.

Beacon logs approximately 3000 research hours monthly in pursuit of client growth objectives.

Beacon's core company clients have a combined 1200 years of industry leading business history.

Beacon compiles approximately 5000 pages of research and analysis annually for its client base.

Beacon Officers travel 600k miles annually in service of their clients

Beacon conducts research in more than 86 unique countries annually, representing over 94% of the world’s GDP (over $69 trillion).

Beacon's in-house language capabilities extend to 15 languages and cover five continents

In the past year, Beacon evaluated over $75 billion in potential acquisitions for our clients.

Market/Industry Analysis

The Beacon Group helps clients assess the attractiveness of markets and industries by deeply understanding the power and capabilities of suppliers, competitors, customers and channels. Our process allows Beacon to help clients identify which markets to invest in (including how to best position themselves) and which markets to avoid.