|Select Industry Profile from drop down list under Publication Type in the right hand column. Enter NAICS code in designated box lower on the page, or industry name in main search box at top.|
Click on Search by Subject or Topic drop down arrow at top. Select Market and Industry Reports under Companies. On the next screen click on the Advanced Options drop down arrow under the main search box. Check the box next to "Hoover's Industry Snapshots." Click on red Apply box.
Click on Search by Subject or Topic drop down arrow at top. Select Dossiers (Company, Executive, & Industry) under Companies. On the next screen click on the Industry tab at the top. Enter industry keyword or SIC code.
For additional information see LexisNexis® Academic Research Guides, Common Business Assignments.
Click Browse under ABI/INFORM Collection title at top. Select First Researchor Business Monitor International (BMI) Industry Reports under Industry and Market Research heading. Select industry from list. Use "Narrow results" options in column at right to filter results.
Current environment, trends, profile, operations, statistics, financial ratios, references and company analyses for 40+
North American industries. Updated twice a year.
Click to view sample report.
|Latest volumes also available in hard copy in Reference Book Stacks on second floor of Ekstrom Library. Previous and next scheduled survey dates are on front page of each industry survey.
Call number: HC 106.6.S74
♦ Plunkett's Industry Almanacs
Market research, statistics, trends and leading company analyses for select industries.
Ekstrom Library, Reference Stacks (2nd Floor)
The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) is used by the U.S. government to classify business establishments when collecting, analyzing, and publishing statistical data related to the U.S. economy. This six-digit coding system was developed in conjunction with Canada and Mexico in 1997 to replace an earlier four-digit Standard Industrial Classification (SIC), but both systems are still in use today.
These government websites can help you identify the correct NAICS and SIC codes for a particular industry and the codes, in turn, can be used to help locate industry data in a variety of resources.
♦ Trade Associations
Trade association websites frequently contain or provide links to reports, data, and other information relevant to specific industries. Names of key trade associations can usually be found in industry and company profiles. These sites provide links to some of the many trade associations in the U.S.
♦ National Trade and Professional Associations of the United States
Detailed contact and background information on more than 7500 trade associations, professional societies, and technical organizations.
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