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New Resource Available: IBISWorld Industry Profiles

by Matt Stevons on 2021-12-21T16:04:43-06:00 in Library News & Updates, Business | Comments

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Gain a quick and intelligent overview of thousands of industries with IBISWorldFeatures include:

  • Comprehensive data and analysis of industries that is easy to read and digest.
  • Copy & paste charts, graphs and images for use in presentations and assignments.
  • Individual reports are 30-40 pages and all follow the same table of contents.
  • Can download reports as PDF or Word document, or output all data tables into an Excel file.
  • Reports are updated frequently by over 100 in-house analysts. 

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