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ENTR 487: New Venture Development and Industry Analysis
In addition to the databases listed at left, try these databases:
A comprehensive collection of industry market research for United States. 700 industry reports based on NAICS codes and over an additional 350 niche or specialty reports.
Reports from several market research firms covering health care, consumer goods, publishing, manufacturing and other markets and industries.
The U.S. Economic Census is done every 5 years, for years ending in "2" and "7." The most recent data available is from 2007.
To view Industry Snapshots, enter a NAICS code in the search box (e.g., 451211 for book stores). Industry Snapshots provide key statistics such as:
- Number of establishments in an industry
- Total sales
- Sales per capita
- Employees per establishment
- A map showing where sales, establishments, and populations are concentrated in the U.S.
There's also a Compare Your Business to Industry Averages feature. Look for the link above the Key Industry Statistics chart.
Local business snapshots are available for selected metropolitan areas, including Phoenix.
- Company name AND (sales OR "market share")
- Industry name AND (sales OR "market share")
- Industry name AND ranking*
Any of these searches can help narrow your results to those that have to do with 'market share' or 'rankings'.
Business Source Complete
Citations to articles in more than 1,300 business journals plus detailed author profiles for the 40,000 most-cited authors. Coverage starts in 1965.
Provides business and financial information for over 23,000 U.S. and international companies. 30 years of historical stock prices are available.
Use the "Get Company Info" search to find profiles of public and private companies. Includes an overview, current news, competitor information, financials, and legal cases.
Million Dollar Database
Information on approximately 1,600,000 U.S. and Canadian leading public and private businesses. Company information includes industry information with up to 24 individual 8-digit SICs, size criteria (employees and annual sales), type of ownership, principal executives and biographies.
Information and advice on stocks, industries, mutual funds, options, and convertibles.
Company and industry profiles, company brand information, business rankings, investment reports, and articles from business periodicals; coverage starts 1976 (varies by publication)
North American Industry Classification System (NAICS)
The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) is used in the United States, Mexico, and Canada. This system is replacing the SIC codes, but sources may still use SIC codes, either in combination with NAICS codes or alone. Search by keyword, NAICS code, or SIC code.
Standard Industrial Classification (SIC)
Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) classifies business establishments by their primary type of activity, with each SIC code representing a different industry. A company may have more than one SIC code, depending on the diversity of its business activities. Search by SIC code or keyword.
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