World Market Intelligence is a live business information platform exclusively designed to support and enhance research projects conducted by academia. With a combination of unique content and a student friendly interface, WMI is an invaluable tool for students, researchers and academic departments worldwide.
The database covers various industries including pharmaceuticals and medical devices, financial services, construction, IT etc. The unique content WMI provides is sourced from some of the world’s most respected business information and media brands: Timetric, Canadean, Kable, Strategic Defence Intelligence and GlobalData. This means that through WMI, you can get direct access to the same high quality proprietary data that companies such as Coca Cola or JP Morgan use to drive their business.
The trial ends on Sunday 12 October
BBC Monitoring Library shows how countries view and report international business, political, defense, and economic affairs, translating “as reported” news into English without analysis or editorial comment to ensure impartiality and authority. News is archived back to August 2006 and is gathered from 3,000 media sources (radio, TV, press, news agencies, web sites), covering over 150 countries, as translated from 100 languages into English.
The University now has full access to all 336 Cambridge Journals over 47 subject areas until 1st December 2014.
For full information and links, please visit the trials section on the Electronic Library.
McGraw-Hill has just launched its eBook Library, which will include approximately 1,050 titles available in collections, covering the subjects of Business, Engineering and Computing and Medicine.
The trial ends on 1 November 2014
Frost & Sullivan is a global growth consulting firm which provides market research and analysis, growth strategy consulting, and corporate training services across multiple industries including automotive, healthcare, internet and communication technology, and more.
We have a trial to their website until 31st October
All of these resources are available via the Electronic Library through the Trial resources section. Please send us your comments via the link on the Trials page.