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TEM 200: My Technology Venture

Introduction

The following resources provide "market reports" that tell you how an industry is doing.  Each of these resources are different in the type and amount of data they provide.

ABI/Inform: Data & Reports Search

ABI/Inform: Data & Reports Search
The ABI/Inform database can be limited to just finding business data and market reports. Put the name of the specific product or industry in the search box and then use "Document Type" on the left of the results page to select the type of report you want to see. 

Business Insights: Global - Industries Search

Business Insights: Global - Industries Search

The list of industries may take a minute or more to load.  Once it's completed, you may browse the list (over 1,000 entries) or use the search box in the left-hand column to search by keyword or NAICS code.  

For each entry you get: 

  • Key Information including:
    • Number of companies
    • Employees
    • Annual Revenue
    • Sales per employee
  • Top Countries and Revenue
  • Top Companies and Revenue
  • Industrial Essays (overviews) 
  • Articles from academic journals
  • List of related associations
  • Case Studies 
  • Magazines
  • Market Research
  • Market Share Reports
  • Rankings
  • News
  • Trade Journals

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