Database Update Quick Facts: June 2019
Business Database Update
- 360,206 adds/429,824 deletes
- Canada business counts to increase 300,000
- Contact name increase of 600,000
- Count of EINs increase by 500%
- Fleet size and green models updated
Consumer Database Update
- 187 million total households
- 315 million total individuals
- Occupation database now includes “B” for business and “U” for unknown
- Lifestyle data has been updated
How to Identify Green Businesses
The Green Adopter Score shows how likely a business is to engage in environmentally friendly activities such as recycling or have LEED green building certification.
The strongest predictor of this is business location. The greenest industries are engineering and architecture, management and consulting, education, and government. The least likely to be green are motor freight and warehousing, non-durable whole sale trade, and beauty shops.
Additionally, larger sites with more employees tend to be greener as well as headquarters and subsidiary locations, according to our business database.
10 U.S. Wine Cities You Need to Know About
Data Axle named the top 10 U.S. wine cities based on their concentration of wine businesses per 10,000 residents. This was accomplished by identifying businesses such as wine retailers and wineries.
Portland, Oregon, took the top spot with about two wine-related businesses per 10,000 residents. Four of the top 10 included California cities, which shouldn’t be surprising given the areas numerous vineyards. This is just the tip of the iceberg for the United States’ $70.5 billion wine market. That’s more than double what it was in 2003, according to the Wine Communications Group in San Rafael, California.