Tag: business

New business database – COBRA: complete business reference adviser

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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New resource: EasyBusiness

Update 24/023/16 – EasyBusiness can now be found in the Library catalogue. We are delighted to present EasyBusiness: a new business e-resource available on campus and from anywhere in the UK via the Web Proxy Service (or VPN), offering detailed company profiles, output

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Free e-resource trial: EasyBusiness

We are pleased to announce free trial access to EasyBusiness until 16th March 2016. On campus you can access the trial using this link: http://gb.kompass.com/ebol/ip. To log in off campus you will need the username and password, available from the off-campus passwords

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New trial: COBRA business reference

We are pleased to offer trial access until 25th February to COBRA, a “Complete Business Reference Advisor” offering thousands of business guides, fact sheets and reports together with advice for anyone starting up a small business. A username and password

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Creative Arts Book of the Week 04/01/16

Fashion entrepreneurship: retail business and planning by Michele M. Granger and Tina Sterling (2nd edition). This lovely book was ordered for the art and design unit Enterprise planning and retail and has just arrived. See the reading list here. The

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Passport GMID has changed its name

The global marketing information database formerly known as Passport GMID has shortened its name to “Passport“.  The library catalogue has been updated but will still find Passport if you search for its full old, longer name.

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Portsmouth Business School – A comparison of two business databases

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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New e-resources for you this Spring – business studies

MarketLine Advantage Profiling all major companies, industries and geographies, MarketLine is one of the most prolific publishers of business information today.

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Are you considering a career in business?

Are you considering a postgraduate qualification?  Postgraduates often command a considerably higher salary than other graduates over the course of their careers, clearing their student debts faster and moving more quickly into senior roles.  Portsmouth Business School is offering attractive offers to support

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Creative Arts Book of the Week 12/03/15

Blogging for creatives: how designers, artists, crafters and writers can blog to make contacts, win business and build success With all the graduate employment initiatives from Purple Door and the Innovation Space Portsmouth’s economy seems to be flourishing. There are

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