Market research is when information is gathered together to analyse a market. Usually, you can find out target audiences, the size of the market, top competitors and consumer behaviour, depending on the market or product that you are researching.
You can use the databases below to find out market & industry sector information.
Use Oxford Reference to search across multiple dictionaries and reference titles, including bilingual dictionaries of French, German, Spanish, Italian, and Latin. If you are off-campus, you may need to log-in to view your search results.
Among the best sources for researching markets in other countries are those produced by the Department of Trade & Industry (UK) and the State Department (USA).
Generally, market research data is very expensive, and the internet provides limited access to such information. It's better to use the market research databases on this page, but occasionally the following sites may prove useful:
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