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ReferenceUSA

Directory of U.S. business. Lists size of company, year established, type of business, credit rating, top personnel, yearly sales and more. Data can be searched by name of company, name of officers, geographic area, SIC, size, revenue or any combination. Its geographic search allows you to focus in on any US local area: state, county, city, zip code, area code, and radius. This database now has new mapping features.  ReferenceUSA is a vital business database for marketing and economic analysis.  With it, you can locate customers, competitors, sources of supply, or even find prospective employers.  It can help in finding site locations for business.  Non-profits, schools, and government agencies are included in this database.  A separate database of Canadian businesses is also available.

Business Analyst Online (BAO) is a Web-based solution that makes custom site evaluation and market analysis fast and easy. Utilizing extensive demographic, consumer spending, and business data, BAO provides detailed information and insights about consumers, their lifestyles and buying behavior, and businesses in your market area. The BAO can provide data for a variety of geographies, including radius.

 

Last Update: November 20, 2013

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