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We’ve done our best to select the most pertinent materials for these Course Resources pages, but if these are not helping with your topic/project, we encourage you to use the Schedule an Appointment link in the Profile box on this page.

Resources for this class

If you need to do market or industry research... These first 3 databases are our best "all-around," full-spectrum-of-industries resources:

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The following databases are our best resources for hi-tech or medical/pharma market research:

The following are additional possibilities; frankly, I don't find theses databases usually as good as the ones listed above, but wanted to give you as many options as possible:

If you can't find a report specifically on your product/project/industry, you may have to search the article databases for articles about your product/project/industry, that include a statistic here and there. Yeah, I know, it's a lot more work! Here are your 4 best bets for business articles, in the order in which I would try them:

Hot Tip! To narrow your search just to articles mentioning numbers, etc. from Euromonitor reports (a source we don't subscribe to) - try searching for your product (say, coffee) in the Subject field, and the name Euromonitor in the *full text* (you'll have to change the field dropdowns for both terms). Works like a charm.

For quick numbers, especially on "hot" or "trendy" topics, try Statista:

For more traditional kinds of demographic or "business stats", try the following databases:

The Business Expert Press collection of ebooks has LOTS of books on all aspects of "Marketing" and writing marketing plans. Here are two examples, and then a link that will bring up the whole list (and get you into the Business Expert Press database, so you can do more searching on your own). All practical and real-world, and all fully downloadable to your own device!

Finally... let's include - of all things! ;) - the idea of the library catalog (read: books... but lots of ebooks, too). The search box below allows you to search the contents of all the UR libraries (by Title Keyword, or just Keyword, or Author, Title, etc. if you know what you're looking for).

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