We have wonderful business resources available at the library. You will need your library bar code number to login from home. Here is a review of some of them.
Small BusinessResource provides information on starting, managing and marketing every type of business are covered in this resource from major business publishers. Directories of go to resources such as ‘Consultants and Consulting Organizations’ and ‘Small Business Sourcebook’ are available along with business journal articles. John Wiley easy-to-understand “For Dummies series such as ‘Business Contracts for Dummies’, ‘Portable MBA Strategy’ and ‘7 Irrefutable Rules of Small Business Growth are here also.
Frost & Sullivan provides global market and industry research reports. Find out customer surveys, emerging technologies, country economic forecasts, and more.
Morningstar provides proprietary analysis on thousands of stocks, funds, and ETFs, market analysis and lists of Morningstar’s top selections for companies, and Mutual funds.
Reference USA provides lists of business listings by industry and geography and year established or residential listings by estimated income, home value and geography.
Value Line provides year-ahead and three- to five-year probable relative price performance for each stock. Their ‘Ratings and Reports’ includes individual stock reports and industry reviews.
Universal Class provides free professional development classes on business topics such as : leadership & supervision, project management, team management, conflict resolution, customer relation management and many more.
The Business Searching Interface (BSI) provides an easy way to both browse and search for country economic data, company profiles, industry information and market research.
Audio books, e-books and hardcover books on topics such as bookkeeping, management, computers and small business start-up are all available.
Contact the Information Desk if you need help with any of these resources.