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Freedonia – What do you think?

 

 

MBS Library Services have obtained access to  the “Freedonia – Focus Reports Collection” for a free trial period. The Freedonia Group is a leading international industry market research company which provides its clients with the data and analysis needed to make an informed business decision. We’d like to know what you think on the database and have created a short questionnaire to gauge your views. 

The Focus Report Collection is an online, subscription based product that provides insight and analysis into over 700 business and industry topics.  Each 18 – 25 page report includes concise and valuable information on market size, product and market forecasts, industry composition, market leaders, regulatory issues and business trends. The database is useful in a variety of academic disciplines including business and commerce, engineering, life sciences, pharmaceuticals, food and nutrition, agriculture, energy, earth sciences, technology and for those involved in the commercialization of products and services. It’s easy to use and has the rich functionality which makes it an ideal database for iPads.   

We’d like to know what you think!

We’ve created a short 3 question poll to determine if you’d like us to purchase continued access to this database. It’s your opinion that counts. Please have a look and let us know your view by responding to the short feedback form below.

To view the database visit: http://tinyurl.com/7fnln3m

To answer the short online Poll: http://tinyurl.com/89tpjuq

(Requires a University of Manchester/MBS IP address: Off campus access may require VPN software to be installed)

 

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  1. 15 June 2012 at 11:30 am

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