This Industry Information guide provides links to databases and websites related to researching industries. Explore the tabs along the top of the page to find resources containing industry profiles, news and magazine articles, trade publications, and more!
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The following tutorials can help you learn how to navigate business research sources.
The Market Sizing Research tutorial will help you in finding how many people live in an area, identifying potential customers, where learning about where products are sold and how many establishments there are.
The Industry & Market Research tutorial covers general industry and market research, highlighting how to navigate some of the top databases. Learn how to use databases like Mintel, Passport GMID, and IBISWorld, and how to find recent articles related to an industry.
Choosing the Right Database will help you in understanding what type of information can be found in the main business databases. Explore this graphic to learn which databases may have information on consumers and industries.
Learn Google research skills on the Google Research for Students tutorial, including searching within a website, searching for statistics, and more.
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