The Enterprise Ireland Market Research Centre offers client companies access to market intelligence in the form of company, sector, market and country information needed to explore opportunities and compete in international markets.

Below are just some of the reports analysing the Display and Transparent Electronics market globally


BCC Research

  • Global Markets, Technologies and Applications for Flexible Displays
  • Advanced Materials for Displays: Technologies and Global Markets
  • Dielectric Materials for Displays: Technologies and Global Markets
  • Head-Up Displays Technologies and Global Markets (2014) – Updated Version November 2017)

Frost & Sullivan

  • Developments in Transparent Electronics (TechVision)
  • Advancements in Heads-Up Displays, Wireless Charging, Wearables, and Transparent Electronics
  • Technology Growth Opportunity Series – Transparent Electronics
  • Innovations in materials for Flexible Electronics
  • Recent Advancements in transparent Displays for the Retail Industry – Microelectronics TOE
  • Innovations in Flexible Display Technology
  • Developments in Screenless Displays


  • Hype Cycle for Human-Machine Interface, 2017
  • Hype Cycle for Personal Technologies, 2017
  • Hype Cycle for Mobile Device Technologies, 2017
  • Hype Cycle for Consumer Devices, 2016

Plimsoll (UK Market)

  • Digital Signage
  • Conference and Exhibition Equipment

IBISWorld (US Market)

  • Variable Message Signage Manufacturing in the US
  • Billboard and Outdoor Advertising in the US


Company listings are a way of identifying potential customers, collaborators, and competitors. Read our blog on Company Information to see which databases can be used to find information on companies in the Display & Transparent electronics market.


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