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Latihan Pangkalan Data GMID (Global Market Information Database)

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Latihan Pangkalan Data GMID
Publisher : Euromonitor
Availability : Available at UiTM Shah Alam library
Trainer : jessica Yong – Account Manager, Euromonitor International,

Passport GMID is a global market information database and analysis tool containing comprehensive data and reports across all industries, countries and consumers.

Passport GMID is ideally suited to organisations with a wide range of market data needs such as:

  • Government departments and export agencies
  • Business schools and university libraries
  • Information centres in banks, consultancies and advertising agencies

Subscribers use the system to support a wide range of business functions and research projects:

  • Industry analysis
  • Export and market entry strategies
  • Trend monitoring
  • Company analysis
  • Country profiling
  • Consumer and household profiling
  • Lifestyle analysis
  • Modelling and forecasting
  • General business reference

A Passport GMID subscription includes:

  • 8 million internationally comparable market statistics on industries, countries and consumers
  • 18,000 full text market reports, company reports and country reports
  • Expert analyst comment on emerging industry trends, country trends and consumer trends
  • Details of thousands of information sources to aid further research
  • Powerful data analysis functions allowing users to customise data for specific needs

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