Answered By: Shikha Sharma
Last Updated: Dec 09, 2016     Views: 62

Good starting points for industry research:

BMI Research
  • Provides country risk and industry reports, special reports, and insights for 24 major industries across 200 global markets.
  • Select your geography or industry to find SWOT analysis, 5 and 10 year industry forecasts, industry trends & analysis, economic and political outlooks, business environment outlooks, market overviews and global company strategy reports.
IBISWorld
  • Profiles of hundreds of industries, sectors, as well as small service industries in the United States and China.
  • Global reports for selected industries are also available.
  • Each report includes information on market share, market segmentation, key success factors, competitive landscape, barriers to entry, industry ratios, industry performance and outlook. 
Mergent Online
  • Covers major global industries in North America, Europe, Asia, and Latin America.
  • Each report includes regional and country-specific analysis of current environment, market trends 
OneSource
  • Search by industry keywords or industry code to find detailed industry profiles from MarketLine, Freedonia, STAT-USA, and other sources.
  • Global coverage. 
S&P NetAdvantage
  • S&P Industry Surveys cover profiles of around 50 major U.S. industries of interest to investors.
  • Each report includes an overview of the industry, how the industry operates, major trends, how to analyze a company within that industry, key industry ratios and statistics as well as a list of trade associations, key trade journals, and government agencies.

For more resources, go to Industries research guide




 

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