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ABI/INFORM Trade & Industry: Industry Reports for Nonprofits
Here are some examples of First Research nonprofit industry profiles available in ABI/INFORM Trade & Industry:
Business & professional associations
Child care services
Colleges & universities
Private schools K-12
Public schools K-12
IBISWorld Tip for Nonprofits
If you are doing marketing research for educational or nonprofit organizations (colleges & universities, schools, daycares, churches, etc.), you can still use IBISWorld and its NAICS codes for background on the industry. For example:
After-school program providers (OD5884)
Charter schools (OD4993)
Civic, social & youth organizations (81341)
Colleges & universities (61131a)
Day care (62441)
Donations, grants & endowments (81321)
Early childhood learning centers (OD5718)
For-profit universities (61131b)
Nursery schools (OD6035)
Private schools (61111b)
Public schools (61111a)
Religious organizations, including churches (81311)
Industry reports contain valuable analysis of an industry's operating conditions, driving forces, competitive landscapes, and more. Use these resources to help you identify and define an industry, locate industry surveys and reports, search for industry trends, identify leading companies, find market share data and rankings, get current and in-depth news about an industry, and much more. Be aware that many do not cover smaller niche industries and always check the date to see how current the information is. Supplement these reports with information found in newspapers and trade publications.
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Trade and professional association websites often contain trends and forecasts, news, government regulations, regulatory concerns, and new technological developments. Some may provide market data and sales statistics; look for links called "research" or "data."
Use the Associations tab on this guide, or use IBISWorld and S&P Global NetAdvantage to identify trade associations.