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Industry Information - Classification Codes

The following industry classification systems may be required to search certain resources for info on industries. These standardized systems assign numbers to each type of business activity, the larger the number the more specific the activity is, example: for NAICS, 72 = "accommodation and food services", 7211 = "traveler accommodation", 721191 = "bed and breakfast".

  • NAICS 2012 (North American industry Classification System): industry classification system developed by the US, Canadian and Mexican governments.
  • SIC 1987 (Standard Industrial Classification System): Older system that may still appear in some publications. Click on "SIC Search" to keyword search this list.

Industry Information - Articles in Journals, Magazines & Newspapers

Articles in journals, magazines and newspapers can provide information on all aspects of business, including industry trends, companies, markets, consumers, operations including sometimes data & statistics. The following databases will allow you to create lists of articles using keywords or other criteria. HINT: search in local publications for information about business in a particular geographic region; see below for quick access to selected local Montreal publications.

  • Canada / Quebec
    • ProQuest Combined Canadian: allows for the simultaneous searching of Canadian Newsstand and CBCA Complete, described below.
    • Canadian Newsstand: full-text access to Canadian daily newspapers including the Montreal Gazette and the Globe & Mail.
    • CBCA Complete: some full-text access to Canadian sources of business information.
    • Eureka.cc: full-text access to daily Quebec French language newspapers and more.
    • CPI.Q: some full-text access to Canadian business journals.
    • Repère: index of articles published in 270 French-language periodicals, including business sources.
  • International / U.S.
    • Business Source Complete: this database searches major sources of business information, including both scholarly and trade publications. It also gives access to industry and market research reports, as well as SWOT analyses for US companies.
    • ProQuest Business Databases: this database allows you to search all business related ProQuest resources simultaneously including ABI/Inform databases which are major sources of business information from both scholarly and trade publications with some international coverage. Also searched at the same time are CBCA Complete and Canadian Newstand. HINT: You can control which databases are searched by clicking the "Databases selected" link in the top left corner.
    • Factiva: full-text access to international newspapers, newswires, magazines and corporate and business sources. HINT: use the Free Text Search (see tab at top of screen) and sort results by RELEVANCE (see drop down menu above results). Use menu at left to narrow results. Don't forget to check DATE limit -- default is last 3 months.
    • ProQuest Asian Business: access to Asian business and financial information from key international publications including Far Eastern Economic Review, Asiaweek, and many more.
    • ProQuest European Business: access to the latest European business and financial information from journals and business magazines such as The Economist, Fortune, European Business Journal, and many more.
  • Searching Selected Publications
    • The Gazette, Montreal: access from 1985 to present
    • La Presse (via Eureka.cc): access from 1985 to present.
    • Trade Journals: this page classifies, using the NAICS code, over 60 trade magazines subscribed to by Concordia Libraries in print format. They are important sources of information on the industries they cover. HINT: try browsing the most current issues on the 3rd floor of Webster Library -- often this content is not available online.

Industry Information - Sources

This list includes resources providing or leading to reports or data on particular industries. These sources can be good starting points for getting to know an industry. HINT: It can be difficult to find info on some business activities so consider what industries a business may be part of, example: shoe stores are part of the clothing accessories industry, the apparel industry and the retail industry. Also think of the different names a business may have, example: beauty salon = hairdresser = barber shop.

Good starting points for finding information on smaller industries and business activities:

  • Industry Canada - By Industrial Sector: this website provides reports and data on many Canadian industries.
  • GDSourcing - Subject Index (http://www.gdsourcing.ca - see button labeled "websites"): provides a list, organized by subject, of online sources with Canadian industry statistics.
  • Associations Canada (book: held at the Webster Library Reference Desk): this source provides a list of associations by areas of interest. Associations or organizations for particular industries often provide information on those industries via their Websites, which may include statistics, regulations, directories, links to other related organizations, etc.
  • Industry Canada - Directory of Business and Trade Associations/Organizations: list of Canadian industry associations listed alphabetically, by province and by industrial sector. Keyword search also available. Associations or organizations for particular industries often provide information on those industries via their Websites, which may include statistics, regulations, directories, links to other related organizations, etc.
  • Trade Journals: this page classifies, using the NAICS code, over 60 trade magazines subscribed to by Concordia Libraries in print format. They are important sources of information on the industries they cover. HINT: try browsing the most current issues on the 3rd floor of Webster Library -- often this content is not available online.
  • Passport GMID: provides reports on countries (including Canada), companies, consumer type markets (ex: alcoholic drinks, consumer electronics, packaged food, etc.) and consumers, as well as extensive socio-economic statistics. Also lists "Sources" of industry information, such as associations and trade journals, which may lead to additional information. HINT: try starting off with a basic keyword search in this database (ex: Canada wine).
  • Business Source Complete: In addition to articles this database gives access to industry and market research reports, including Datamonitor reports. Limit by type of publication after you do a search (ex: Industry Profiles, Market Research Reports). Example report.
  • Handbook of industry profiles 2008 : analysis and trends for 300 industries (book: held at the Webster Library Reference Desk): although US focused, this volume provides brief descriptions of 300 industries, many of which have similar operations in Canada. Good resource for obtaining an overview of the main products and/or services of an industry, NAICS codes, technology, operations, top competitors (in the US), customers and more.
  • Careers & Professions: If your business is linked to a profession or a trade (ex: accountant, photographer, disc jockey/DJ), some of the links on this site may provide you with additional data (example: salaries, job prospects, related associations, etc.).
  • Info entrepreneurs Catalogue: part of the Canada Business Network, this organization helps businesses in Montreal and surrounding regions. Info entrepreneurs has its own library and collects fulltext (usually PDF) market and industry reports which it sometimes makes available via its catalogue (not everything is available online) -- very useful for locating local & provincial information.

The following sources are either more US centric or cover larger industry sectors:

  • Mergent Online: industry reports for over 20 North American industries (analysis includes Canada). Industries in Europe and Asia Pacific are also covered.
  • Plunkett Research Online: offers business intelligence, industry trends, statistics, market research, sales leads and corporate profiles for over 25 US industries. Some Canadian company data.
  • Standard and Poor’s Industry Surveys: in-depth analysis of 52 U.S. industries.
  • Thomson One (Investext Plus): this database provides industry reports, in addition to investment and company reports, from brokerage firms in North America, Asia, Latin America, Africa and the Middle East.
  • Encyclopedia of business information sources (book: Webster Reference HF 5353 E9): This annually updated volume provides information sources for all kinds of industries in the US, organized by type of business, including directories, trade associations, sources of statistics, etc.

Industry Information - Statistics

  • CANSIM (via Statistics Canada): provides access to Canadian social and economic statistics including statistics on businesses and industries. This resource can be browsed by subject or keyword searched. Data can be displayed and manipulated online, printed or downloaded in spreadsheet formats.
  • The Daily (http://www.statcan.ca/english/dai-quo): newsletter produced by Statistics Canada describing their products. Try searching for StatCan industry data and analysis using the search box provided on the site.
    • HINT: keep an eye out for CANSIM table numbers which can be accessed freely (by Concordia students, faculty and staff) using the previously described resource. For further searching of Statistics Canada products, see the following webpage: Statistics.
  • Institut de la stastique Québec: Source for statistics for the province of Quebec. Note: although there is an English version of this site, it is possible that more information can be found on the French language site.
  • Market Research Handbook: comprehensive source of Canadian socio-economic statistics. Includes profiles of key industries including the small business sector (see Sections).

Industry Information - Benchmarking Data & Ratios

The following resources are useful tools for comparing a business to other companies in the same industry or to the industry as a whole. These sources may provide ratios, average balance sheets, income statements, operating expenses for various industries, business activities or companies.

  • SME Benchmarking Tool: (formerly Small Business Profiles - Performance Plus) benchmarking data and ratios for Canadian small businesses (with revenues between $30,000 and $5 million), both incorporated and non-incorporated, organized by industrial classification for 2004 and 2006. Data for all types of businesse activities include an average income statement for each industry; for incorporated businesses an average balance sheet and additional finantial ratios are also available. Reports are classified by 2 to 6 digit NAICS codes.
  • Financial performance indicators for Canadian business (CD-ROM; available on computer W-230 near Webster Reference Desk): key financial ratios by industry for small, medium and large Canadian firms.
  • Industry Norms & Key Business Ratios (CD-ROM; available on computer W-225 near Webster reference Desk): provides ratios for large Canadian industries by SIC codes.
  • FP Advisor: includes industry reports of 23 of Canada's top industries and financial data for Canadian public companies.
  • BizStats.com: statistics, financial ratios, benchmarks for U.S. industries.
  • See also: Financial Ratios: Selected Reference Sources (pdf)

Company Information

This section focuses on sources with business contact information and sometimes financial data. Some of these resources will allow for creating a list of companies according to various criteria. For more sources with company information, particularly financial, see also: Investment Sources.

Directories - Canada

  • D&B Million Dollar Database (MDDI) (Dun & Bradstreet): Provides information on over 1,200,000 Canadian public and private businesses and allows for generating lists of companies using the following criteria: region (city or province), industry (designated by NAICS and SIC codes), size (number of employees and annual sales), type of ownership, principal executives. Corporate family tree information is also available.
  • YellowPages: this site has tools for creating lists of businesses by category, by address and by proximity to a specified address -- which can be useful for creating a list of competitors in the area where you will be setting up your business. Probably best site for creating list of local retailers and restaurants.
  • ICRIQ: extensive and up-to-date online directory of Quebec manufacturers, wholesale and distributors and other industry targeted service companies, example: accounting, advertising, event planning, etc. Company information includes range of sales.
  • Industry Canada - Canadian Company Capabilities: this website includes a business to business directory which can be searched according to various criteria including keyword, geography, NAICS code, size, sales. HINT: Companies register to be included in the directory and may include detailed information about their products and/or services.
  • Commerces du Grand Montréal et des Rives Nord et Sud (book: held at the Webster Library Reference Desk): business directory for Montreal. Provides some sales data. May cover some smaller companies not listed in D&B.
  • Fraser's Canadian Trade Directory: on the next screen click on "connect to the online version" link to access this database (see centre of screen). Covers Canadian industrial companies and can be searched by product, brand name or company name.
  • Regional Directory. Quebéc (2008) (book: FC 2947.22 D86 Webster Reference Collection): business directory for Québec. Provides sales numbers.

Directories - US & Canada

  • Ward's business directory of U.S. private and public companies: Provides basic company information -- including names, addresses, SIC code & NAICS, geographic location, and financials -- for over 135,000 U.S. companies. Generate a list of companies using these criteria (including size of sales and revenues) and use "Export List" option to create Excel formattable list. See Guide for additional information.
  • Hoover's Company Records: provides company profiles for some public, private and international companies (about 2500 Canadian companies). Includes a company's location and summary financials and may also include an overview of the business, history, key people, products, subsidiaries and competitors.
  • ThomasNet: Online directory of US and some Canadian industrial suppliers, distributors and service companies.

Directories - Specialized

  • Canadian directory of shopping centres (book: HF 5430.6 C3C25 Webster Reference Collection): most current edition is 2013. This source provides, in addition to directory and contact info, physical attributes of the shopping centres, sales (ex: sales per square foot), foot traffic, demographics of nearest market, list of tenants.
  • Directory of restaurant & fast food chains in Canada (book: TX 907 D57+ Webster Reference Collection): most current edition is 2012. This source may provide, in addition to directory and contact info, range of sales, average seats per location, average price per menu, average sales per square foot, advertising budget, and more.
  • Directory of retail chains in Canada (book: HF 5468 D57X Webster Reference Collection): most current edition is 2012. This source may provide, in addition to directory and contact info, range of sales, advertising budget, average sales per square foot, average size of stores, and more.
  • Qui fait quoi : guide annuel (book: PN 1998 A1Q5 Webster Reference Collection): directory of businesses involved in the culture and communications industries in Quebec. Includes film and television.
  • Tradeshows Worldwide (online): provides listings for over 10,000 international trade shows.
  • Search in CLUES, the library catalogue, for more directories using the keyword "directories", example: try the following keyword search directories and retail and canada.

Other Sources of Company Information

  • Business Rankings Annual 2010 edition (online): International in scope, this source publishes ranking information coming from periodicals, newspapers, financial services, directories, etc. Example entries: "Alberta's Largest Employers", "Largest Trucking Fleets in the Food and Beverage Industry", "Fastest-Growing Franchises".
  • Market Share Reporter (book: HF 5410 M28 Webster Reference Collection): published annually, this volume provides comparative business statistics for international companies, products and services. Example entries: "Top Salad Dressing Makers", "Top Men's Apparel Firms in Japan","Top Water Softener Brands".
  • Mergent Online: provides company description, financials and annual reports for US public companies, as well as most major Canadian and many international public companies. Industry reports for major industries are also provided.
  • FP Advisor: provides financial data on all publicly traded companies in Canada.
  • Articles in Journals, Magazines & Newspapers: HINT: articles in business publications and newspapers can be good sources of information on specific companies, sometimes providing operational data as well as some financial information.
  • Market share reporter (book: Webster Reference HF 5410 M28): this annual publication provides market share information for companies and industries in North America and abroad. Current edition available.

Market & Consumer Data

The following resources are good tools for defining and describing target markets and potential or actual consumers. HINT: If you are interested in marketing to a particular segment of the population (ex: baby boomer*, women) try searching CLUES to locate studies of these groups, example: try keyword searching teen* and market*. Other keywords to use in combination with a particular segment are: marketing, consumers.

Canada Sources

  • CANSIM (via Statistics Canada): source for Canadian social and economic statistics. Provides data on household spending at national and provincial levels. Data can be displayed and manipulated online, printed or downloaded in various formats.
    • HINT: try searching the phrase household spending to find data on all types of spending (ex: on food, clothing, recreation, personal care, etc.) for Canada and the provinces. Also see the User Guide for the Survey of Household Spending, particularly "How to use expenditure data tables".
  • Survey of Household Spending Data (SHS): 1997-Current Statistics Canada data at the provincial and city level (selected metropolitan areas; includes Montreal) can be accessed here. After picking year, see "By average expenditure per household".
    • HINT: for help with interpreting this data see the User Guide available on the same webpage, particularly the section "How to use expenditure data tables".
  • Global Market Information Database (GMID) by Euromonitor: provides key market information on countries (including Canada), companies and consumers. Includes Consumer Lifestyle reports and market research reports for consumer and some service markets for each country it covers (ex: "Global Alcoholic Drinks", "Wine - Canada"), as well as company reports and extensive socio-economic statistics.
  • PMB Category Reports: Print Measurement Bureau provides survey data on Canadian consumers relating to their product usage (ex: "Types of Footwear Bought", "Amount Spent on Footwear"), lifestyles and non-print media exposure. Coverage includes personal care, travel, apparel, automotive, beverages, finance, etc.
    • ACCESS: to access the Category Reports click on: "Product Data" > "Members Only Click Here" ("For 2009 and later studies" will lead you to most current data) > click on "Change Survey" at top of new screen to get 2-year database (with larger sample size).
    • HELP: PMB User Guide (pdf).
    • HINT: for a review of the contents of the Category Reports see the Study Guide
    • SEARCH: for help identifying a table with relevant information try the PMB Historical Questionnaire Search.
    • Troubleshooting: if you have any trouble linking into a particular table, clear your browser cache and re-start your browser.
  • PMB … Readership Volume: provides data on Canadian consumer magazine readership (similar to Category Report tables) . Some newspapers are included (ex: Globe & Mail, Le Devoir).
    • ACCESS - ONLINE: to access the Online Readership Volume click on: "PMB 2010 Spring" > "Online Readership Volume" > "Demographics of Readers" > click on "Change Survey" to see what other tables are available.
    • ACCESS - PRINT: for 2009 and previous years see CLUES.
    • Troubleshooting: if you have any trouble linking into a particular table, clear your browser cache and re-start your browser.
  • Ipsos News Centre: online database of publicly released polls from 1995 forward, accompanied by detailed data tables, demographic breakdowns, charts and/or PowerPoint slides. Covers a wide range of topics including consumer products, consumer trends, lifestyle & leisure and healthcare.
  • Market Research Handbook (http://www.statcan.ca/english/ads/63-224-XPB/index.htm): comprehensive source of Canadian socio-economic statistics. Presents profiles of key industries including the small business sector, as well as of consumers and consumer expenditures in all provinces and 45 major cities. Also provides international trade data and projections of population, households, families and selected economic indicators; see Sections.
  • The Daily (http://www.statcan.gc.ca/dai-quo/index-eng.htm): newsletter produced by Statistics Canada describing their products. Try searching for StatCan data and analysis relating to markets and consumers using the search box provided on the site.
    • HINT: keep an eye out for CANSIM table numbers which can be accessed freely (by Concordia students, faculty and staff) using CANSIM @ CHASS database. For further searching of Statistics Canada products see the following Webpage: Statistics.
  • The Canada/USA report (book: Webster Reference HF 5415.32 C36 2005): a comparison of the Canadian and USA populations, their lifestyles, product usage, and media habits.
  • Articles in Journals, Magazines & Newspapers: HINT: articles in business publications and newspapers can be good sources of information on consumers and markets.

US & International Sources

  • Best customers: demographics of consumer demand (click on "connect to MyiLibrary resource"): provides analysis and data on US consumer spending in several markets, for example: education, entertainment, financial products and services, health care, utilities etc. Data comes from the Bureau of Labor Statistics' Consumer Expenditure Survey, 2000-2004.
  • Consumer Expenditure Survey - Bureau of Labor Statistics: "The Consumer Expenditure Survey (CE) program consists of two surveys, the quarterly Interview Survey and the Diary Survey, that provide information on the buying habits of American consumers, including data on their expenditures, income, and consumer unit (families and single consumers) characteristics."
  • Global Market Information Database (GMID) by Euromonitor: provides key market information on countries (including Canada), companies and consumers. Includes Consumer Lifestyle reports and market research reports for consumer and some service markets for each country it covers (ex: "Global Alcoholic Drinks", "Wine - Canada"), as well as company reports and extensive socio-economic statistics.
  • Ipsos News Centre: online database of publicly released polls from 1995 forward, accompanied by detailed data tables, demographic breakdowns, charts and/or PowerPoint slides. Covers a wide range of topics including consumer products, consumer trends, lifestyle & leisure and healthcare.
  • Business Rankings Annual 2010 edition (online): International in scope, this source publishes ranking information coming from periodicals, newspapers, financial services, directories, etc. Example entries: "Alberta's Largest Employers", "Largest Trucking Fleets in the Food and Beverage Industry", "Fastest-Growing Franchises".
  • Market Share Reporter (book: HF 5410 M28 Webster Reference Collection): published annually, this volume provides comparative business statistics for international companies, products and services. Example entries: "Top Salad Dressing Makers", "Top Men's Apparel Firms in Japan","Top Water Softener Brands".
  • Household spending: who spends how much on what (book: Webster Reference HC 110 C6H69 2007): consumer statistics for the U.S.
  • The Canada/USA report (book: Webster Reference HF 5415.32 C36 2005): a comparison of the Canadian and USA populations, their lifestyles, product usage, and media habits.

Demographic Data

  • FP Markets. Canadian Demographics (book: most current edition held at the Webster Library Reference Desk): updates Census data to the most current year. Covers demographic data for provinces, regions and cities. Also provides psychographic data in the form of PSYTE Canada Advantage Clusters.
  • 2006 Community Profiles (Census): provides census data on education, income and work, families and dwellings, births and deaths for Canadian communities. Data for 2001 can also be accessed from this page and may be more detailed.
  • 2006 Census Tract (CT) Profiles: Canadian census data for smaller geographic areas, including by postal code.
  • 2006 Census - Topic-based tabulations and 2006 Census - Special Interest Profiles: Whereas the above census pages will provide data for one variable at a time, these two sites will allow for simple to more complex cross tabulation of census data for various topics, for example: education, labour, income, ethnic origin.
  • Canadian Census Analyser via CHASS:This resource gives you access to additional historical census data.
  • Institut de la Statistique Québec: includes demographics and economic data.
  • Montreal en Statistiques (French/English site): this site is part of the Official Website of the City of Montreal. Click on "Par territoire" or "Publications" on left side of page, to access various socio-economic profiles for each of Montreal's boroughs (French only).
  • SuperDemographics.com: commercial site providing free access to psychographic data with lifestyle information by postal code, according to 2006 census data.
  • Canada Post - Householder Counts and Maps: Canada Post provides numbers of households and businesses by postal code (first three digits) as well as maps.

Rules, Regulations & Licenses

Federal
Provincial (Québec)
Municipal (Montreal)

Guides to Starting a Business

Funding Sources

This section lists website with information on government grants and financing for businesses.

Advertising Sources

Advertising Rates
  • CARD - Canadian Advertising Rates and Data (book: Webster Reference HF 5808 C2C3): monthly publication providing advertising rates and descriptions of services for most advertising venues in Canada. Includes radio, TV, newspapers, magazines, ethnic publications, electronic signage, etc.
  • CARDonline: Online version of above resource. Provides advertising rates and descriptions of services for most advertising venues in Canada. Includes radio, TV, newspapers, magazines, ethnic publications, electronic signage, etc.
  • Library Guide to CARD: Describes what is included in CARD and provides a glossary of terms that show up often in this publication. Also points to other publications which might be helpful when using CARD.
Advertising Media
  • Canadian Media Directors’ Council Media Digest (click on "Connect to the journal..." to access online): Canadian advertising revenue by medium, advertising distribution, costs and effectiveness. Useful tool for understanding advertising mediums, and good to use in combination with CARD. Includes glossary.
  • Publication Profiles (book: Webster Reference HF 5808 C2P82+): annual publication listing all consumer, farm and business (broken down by industry type) publications in Canada, including contact information, descriptions of intended audiences and contents.
  • PMB …Readership Volume (book: most recent edition kept at Webster Circulation Desk on 3hr reserve): provides data on Canadian consumer magazine readership not available in the PMB database. Some newspapers are included (ex: Globe & Mail, Le Devoir).
  • The media handbook (book: Webster 4th floor HF 5826.5 K38 2007) : a complete guide to advertising media selection, planning, research, and buying. Should soon be available ONLINE.
Advertisers
  • National List of Advertisers (book: Webster Reference HF 5808 C2N3): Canadian company advertising budgets, products advertised, and advertising agencies, etc.
Public Relations
  • CCNMatthews media directory (book: Vanier Reference Desk) : this publications provides contact information for journalists as well as general directory information for media outlets including daily newspapers, radio and TV stations.
  • CCNMatthews CCE directory (book: Vanier Reference Desk) : this publications provides contact information for journalists as well as general directory information for media outlets including community newspapers, consumer magazines and University & college media.
  • CCNMatthews CATV directory (book: Vanier Refenece TK 6675 C45) : this publications provides contact information for journalists as well as general directory information for cable system operators, multiple system operators and specialty channels.
Direct Marketing

Export/Import Resources

This section leads to sources containing trade data, market and economic data for foreign countries as well as guides to doing business worldwide. HINT : try searching CLUES, the Libraries' online catalogue, for country business guides, for example try keyword searching the phrase "doing business" and the country of interest: "doing business" China

Import/Export Guides

Country Info

  • Global Market Information Database (GMID) by Euromonitor: provides key market information on countries (including Canada), companies and consumers. Includes Consumer Lifestyle reports and market research reports for consumer and some service markets for each country it covers (ex: "Global Alcoholic Drinks", "Wine - Brazil"), as well as company reports and extensive socio-economic statistics.
  • Industry Canada - Trade Data Online (http://strategis.ic.gc.ca/sc_mrkti/tdst/engdoc/tr_homep.html): provides free international statistics obtained from Statistics Canada and from the U.S. Census Bureau.
  • Industry Canada - Doing Business Across Borders: Understanding the basics of exporting and importing.
  • The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service - Market Reports (http://www.tradecommissioner.gc.ca/eng/market-report-access.jsp): Registration is required to access reports on foreign markets organized by industry sector.
  • BUYUSA.GOV: this US government site provides information useful for exporting to other countries. HINT: After you choose a country from the drop down menu keep an eye on the left side menu particularly for Country Commercial Guides (CCG), (guides may also be found under "Market Research on ...") which provide good background information about doing business in another country, but also industry information for the chosen country.
  • globalEDGE: site created by the International Business Center at Michigan State University. Portal to sources of information on international business. Also includes access to its own Database of International Business Statistics and the site's Market Potential Indicators.
  • Doing Business - World Bank: select a country by clicking on the drop-down menu Select an economy on the top right of the screen then click on Download country report for full report. Includes measures of business regulations and their enforcement as well as ease of doing business across 181 economies and selected cities at the subnational and regional level.
  • International Financial Statistics (IFS): created by the IMF, this database is a source of international statistics on all aspects of international and domestic finance.
  • World Statistics: list of sources for foreign statistics.
  • Country Reports & Profiles: link to additional important resources with country information, including socio-economic data and analysis.

Other Useful Guides

Websites of Interest to Entrepreneurs

In addition to websites, you will also find links to articles and books in the library that might be useful for someone starting or running a small business.

PowerPoint

PowerPoint presented in COMM 320 workshop.

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