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Passport: How to Search

A guide on how to use Passport from Euromonitor.

Search by Keyword

You can search for analytics and statistics by Keyword using the search box in the top right of the home page. Start typing, and a list of relevant content will appear. Click on the name of the content you want.

Keyword searching in Passport


Searching from the Top Navigation

Hovering over the Industries, Economies, or Consumers tab brings up a list of topics you can select. Click on one of them to be brought to the home page for that area of research.


Industries drop down menu



Clicking on Companies brings you to the Companies page, where you can search for data on specific companies (they don't include every company.) Company profiles can include strategic direction, company background, and more. You can also access competitor analytics from this page. 


Company search on Microsoft Corp


Clicking on Analytics brings you to the Analytics home page, where you can access specific analytics products.

Analytics home page

Search Button: Tree Searching

Clicking Search in the top navigation takes you to the search page. The Search Tree is a feature of Passport that lets you build a search based on industry categories and regions. It can be confusing to use.


Tree or category searching

Using the search tree involves:

  • Choosing a category (for example, Apparel and Footwear.) You can be more specific within that sector (example: Sportswear.)
  • You then choose one or more geographies (world region or countries.)
  • You can then run your search, and choose between statistics and analysis.


Search Tips

  • To return to the Home page, click the Passport logo in top left corner at any time on any page.
  • Each selection, such as an individual industry or consumer category, has its own page, with search options specific for that particular selection.
  • Use the Analysis Quick Links search option to select a category. For example, Sportswear is a category within the Apparel and Footwear industry.
  • For visual results, look for Datagraphics options.