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Business-to-Business Industry and Company Analysis: Industry Information
A guide to aid students looking for business-to-business company and industry data.
1. Click on the drop down menu beneath "Select one or more directories"
2. Select "Encyclopedia of Associations: National Organizations of the U.S."
3. In the search box, enter your industry's SIC code, and select "Industry SIC code" from the dropdown menu to the right of the search box.
4. Search through the results list. Usually the organization with the largest number of members would be the correct organization. Click on the URL link to visit their web site. Look for publications, media, blogs and other information provided on their site.
5. If nothing works try entering possible words or phrases (steel worker; auto worker; etc.) in the "Free-Text" area at the bottom of the page.
Browse through all the different industries by clicking on "Industries" in the bar near the top of the page. One can also search for a particular industry by name, SIC Number or NAICS Number. Once you have clicked on an industry, you should see information about that particular industry.
United States' most comprehensive collection of Industry Market Research and Industry Risk Ratings.
Detailed reports on over 1,300 US industries including supply chain information on the market, historical and forecasted revenue data, operating strengths and weaknesses, analysis of external drivers, the competitive landscape and major players, and industry profit and costs benchmarks. Also includes expert summary reports and specialized reports on niche industries. Search or browse industry reports by key word of NAICS code.
The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) is the standard used by Federal statistical agencies in classifying business establishments for the purpose of collecting, analyzing, and publishing statistical data related to the U.S. business economy.