Reputable business information comes from a variety of sources. Depending on what you are researching you may need to find information from library databases and/or freely available internet sources. It is important to evaluate your sources to ensure that you are using reputable and appropriate information. Consider:
Consult UBC Library's Evaluating Information Sources for more guidance:
UBC Library has educational subscriptions to different types of databases:
Company information on company websites or through regulatory agencies:
Government agencies gather and report data on industries, consumers, economic indicators
Industry associations may provide data, reports, company directories
Here are some examples.
Tip: Remember to try a few searches using different search words, to vary your results.