Financial Times (FT.com)
If you want to see how to get the best out of FT.com, the online version of the Financial Times, two of the FT’s academic trainers are visiting Exeter on Wednesday December 9th and will be giving a presentation in Forum Exploration Lab 1 from 12.30 – 1.30pm. There is no need to book – just turn up. Following this they will be available at a stand outside the Library until 3.00 pm to answer any of your queries and questions – drop by and say hello.
FT.com is available to all members of Exeter University via the Electronic Library – listed under resource type Newspapers as Financial Times (FT.com) or via the library catalogue. You don’t need a separate login – just sign in with your Exeter username and password and set up a free account using your Exeter email address and your own password. If you have problems getting into the online version use either of the links above to get back into contact. You can also read it on most mobile devices.
Trainers from Passport will be coming to Exeter on Tuesday December 8th and will be giving a demonstration of the database in the Bateman Lecture Theatre in Building: One (Business School). Again, there is no need to book.
If you need market research information for your research, Passport from Euromonitor is an incredibly valuable resource. The database has global industry data, market research and country reports. It supports a wide range of courses, including international business and marketing, economics, social sciences, humanities, international relations, travel and tourism, hospitality management and food marketing. Over 205 countries are researched, both developed and emerging markets. It also has detailed profiles of the top international companies, compiled in a standardised format for cross analysis.