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NYU Alumni Can Now Access D&B Industry-Analysis Tool

by NYU Libraries Communications on 2021-09-22T18:12:25-04:00 | Comments

NYU Libraries is proud to announce a new addition to our Alumni E-Library: First Research by Dun & Bradstreet. First Research includes 400+ industry profiles that synthesize hundreds of sources in an easy-to-digest format to understand business issues better.

Features of the First Research platform:

  • Industry profiles of 400+ US and international companies

  • Call prep sheets to quickly brief you when time is limited

  • Industry Prospector, a tool to sort and rank industries based on critical economic and financial metrics

  • State profiles to monitor monthly employment, business, and real estate trends in each US state

  • Communication templates for sales and marketing

“We’re delighted to offer First Research, one of our most popular subscriptions, to all NYU alumni,” says Daniel Hickey, Head of the NYU Business Library. “First Research is a crucial resource for job seekers preparing for interviews or any professional who wants to keep up with trends in and across industries.” 

The Alumni E-Library is NYU’s premier collection of database subscriptions intended for the information and career advancement of alumni. Access to these 19 databases is free for alumni to use anywhere in the world. An active alumni NetID is all that's required to log in. Individuals with an active alumni NetID can immediately log in to First Research.

“The Alumni E-Library is a cornerstone of NYU Libraries’ commitment to supporting the lifelong learning of the NYU community,” says Hickey.




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