Kompass.com is a B2B (Business-to-Business) database which provides global and local company, product and business contacts.  If you want to find out more then search the library catalogue under EasyBusiness.  It is specifically designed for businesses, to create tailored searches …

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Our new business-to business-database (B2B)  Canadean Consumer is a useful tool for country and consumer research. It provides a variety of reports, case studies and analyses into consumer trends that drive global markets. Market research is undertaken by a network …

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Welcome to a new business database.  COBRA is here to stay following a successful trial earlier this year. It is especially useful for any student who is thinking of setting up a small business or is looking for career guidance …

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If any members of staff from the Portsmouth Business School would like to discuss reading lists, book ordering or any other library-related matters you will have the opportunity to see either Sue Stevenson or Lizzie Wildgoose every Friday afternoon from …

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www.independent.co.uk With the news that the Independent and the Independent on Sunday is to close down, it has prompted the British Library to publish a very interesting blog about the future of the newspaper.  Read it here: http://britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk/thenewsroom/2016/02/from-print-to-digital.html    

A library reminder to staff and students about using your business databases: IBISWorld and Key Note. If you are looking for market research and statistical analysis of industry sectors then don’t forget about these subscription databases. Similar in content but …

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You can find Economist.com through the library catalogue or by selecting the My Subject tab on our home page and then browsing some of the Business School pages where you will also find lots of other recommended resources. Once you …

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