Industry Market Research And Industry Risk Ratings in 6 categories: US Industry Reports (NAICS), US Specialized Industry Reports, Global Industry Reports, US Risk Ratings Reports, US Risk iExpert Summaries, and US Business Environment Profiles
- GMID- Global Market Information Database (Euromonitor)
Marketing data and reports on industries, companies, markets, and consumers from over 200 countries. GMID includes statistics on consumer lifestyles, retailing, consumer market sizes and forecasts; market research such as analysis reports, market profiles, and the retailing industry; and companies’ profiles with financial and brand information. Data can be sorted and downloaded into Excel.
- Business Source Complete
To locate Industry Profiles:
1) Select Publication Type in the right column on screen
2) Select Industry Profile on next screen
- ABI/ Inform Complete
The ABI/INFORM Complete database features full-text journals, dissertations, working papers, key business and economics periodicals such as the Economist, country-and industry-focused reports, and downloadable data.
- Mergent WebReports
excellent source for Industry Profiles and Company Reports
- First Research Industry Profiles (Proquest)
Using Advanced Search, find First Research Industry Profiles in ABI-Inform. Search using 'First Research Industry Profiles' in the 'document text' and the name of the industry in the 'citation and document text' field. If you can find the actual subject term for your industry, search it in the 'subject' field.
- Mintel Oxygen
Provides reports for the top 14 US business-to-consumer categories and tracks consumer attitudes and behaviors. Each report covers market sizing and segmentation as well as consumer attitudes and trends. USER MUST CREATE AN EMAIL AND PASSWORD ACCOUNT TO USE THIS RESOURCE.
- Mintel Global Market Navigator
Mintel GMN provides extractable market data, consisting of market size, market share and segmentation data, along with supporting trend forecasts for 37 global markets in the top business-to-consumer industries.
- NetAdvantage- Standard and Poor
Comprehensive source of business, industry, and investment information. Includes data and analysis of industries, companies, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, indexes, and current news.
1) Use the drop-down menus to access the Industry Surveys or Sub-Industry Review publications
2) If you need to learn about the industry in which a particular company operates, you can retrieve the appropriate Industry Survey or Sub-Industry Review by using the "Search by Company" tool and entering a ticker symbol or company name
- Industry - Mergent Online
- Industry Information - Lexis-Nexis Academic:
1) Select Sources tab on left side of screen
2) On next screen, choose Browse Sources
3) At top of screen, select Industries
- Industry Analysis - Manufacturing and Services
From the Manufacturing and Services (MAS) unit of the International Trade Administration (ITA). MAS industry experts and economists perform strategic research and analysis in order to shape and implement trade policy, create conditions that encourage innovation, lower the cost of doing business, and promote U.S. economic growth.
Features market research & industry news from 1993 to present, covering many facets of the sports industry (sporting goods, equipment sales, participation, facilities, broadcasting, sponsorship & marketing.)
- Gartner, Inc.
** NOTE: The license limits access to CURRENT MASON STUDENTS, FACULTY & STAFF ONLY (both in Library and off campus). ** News and in-depth analysis on virtually all aspects of technology, including security solutions, storage, infrastructure support, mobile and wireless communications, IT management, network services, and regulatory compliance.
- Faulkner Advisory for Information Technology Studies (FAITS)
Reports on computer and communications technologies.
- First Resarch- Hoover's Industry
offers industry research reports covering over 900 industry segments, including in-depth international industry information.
[Dun & Bradstreet]
- Key Business Ratios
Key Business Ratios on the Web (KBR) provides online access to competitive benchmarking data. This tool lets researchers examine industry benchmarks compiled from Dun & Bradstreet’s database of public and private companies, featuring 14 key business ratios (users choose a one-year or three-year set of ratios) for public and private companies in 800 lines of business.