Looking for data for a business plan, expansion, or to market a new product? Learn to find data and interpret it using several private and public data resources.
($150 Registration Fee)
Session 1 | 10 - 11:00 AM | Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Session 2 | 10 - 11:00 AM | Thursday, February 23, 2017
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The webcast will involve going through case studies and will involve hands-on training throughout each session. The information covered is summarized in a general outline below:
Understanding and exploring the rich socio/economic data from the federal government. There is free readily available data that can be used to build a business plan and to determine a site location.
Part 1 A– Population and housing
Part 1 B – Business, labor, and occupation
Determining Market demand, leakage, and consumer characteristics at the neighborhood level. Accessing a third party software can speed up your research process and provide professional looking maps and tables that could be useful for investors or making actionable decisions.
Part 2 – Business Analyst Online
An overlooked treasure trove of data and insight
Part 3 –Journals and trade organizations
Resources that provide quick insight and market related information
Part 4 – Other data sources