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Information on nearly twenty-four million companies, including large and mid-sized companies in the United States and Canada, and hundreds of thousands of companies world-wide. Includes contacts and emails, analysis of company operations, actions and changes, plus additional data points such as technologies (software, etc.) used at a company.
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Analysis of growth trends, influencing factors, competitive environment, and key issues facing industries, including information on key personnel and financials for leading publicly traded companies. Includes access to IBIS industry Risk Ratings reports. Archival reports are available for each industry with some back to 2001.
Technical notes:Downloads are limited to 30 reports per session. Exceeding this limit blocks access for the entire University. If you have a research need beyond this limit, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Industry, demographic, consumer and economic data for in nearly 50 countries. Includes forecast data, consumer brands data, full-text market analysis reports, and Euromonitor International market data for hundreds of products. Socio-economic data for 1,150 cities and industry sector reports for 18 countries, including the G8 and BRIC, are also included.
Technical notes: Users may create a personal account to save results and research, create Alerts and get RSS feeds.
Use policy: When using material from this database in reports and presentations, vendor contract requirements dictate that you must include the phrase, "Used with permission of Euromonitor International."