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Seeking feedback re: Frost & Sullivan and BCC Research!

Published by Mark Bodnar

A quick reminder that we have pilot, one-year subscriptions to two "emerging technology" market report databases: Frost & Sullivan & BCC Research.  We'd love to hear your feedback!

Please send comments, concerns, and questions to me at mbodnar@sfu.ca.  See below for some recent titles in each database... just a few samples of the thousands of reports available.

Logo for BCC Research  (Pilot ends in October, 2018)

  • Machine Learning: Global Markets to 2022
  • The Global Hydrogen Economy: Technologies and Opportunities Through 2022
  • Protective Sports Equipment: The North American Market    
  • Therapies and Diagnostics for Ovarian Cancer: Global Markets to 2022
  • Cloud and Data Center Network Technologies: Global Market Through 2022
  • Global Markets for Aquaculture Products
  • Microspheres: Technologies and Global Markets

Logo for Frost & Sullivan    (Pilot ends in August, 2018)

  • Growth, Innovation and Leadership Index for Healthcare Attractiveness (GIL-H Index), 2018
    • A data-driven research-based country pipeline system to gauge country competitiveness in healthcare
  • FinTech—Growth Opportunities in the Global Market 
  • Global Residential Battery Energy Storage Market, Forecast to 2022
  • Global Autonomous Driving Market Outlook, 2018
  • Global UCC (Unified Communications and Collaboration) Industry Outlook, 2018
  • Growth Opportunities in the North American VoIP Access and SIP Trunking Services Market, Forecasts to 2024
  • Consumer Communication Services Tracker: Fourth Quarter 2017 (4Q17)
    • Detailed information for several companies in the consumer communication services market for US and Canada. Data includes subscribers, revenues, net adds(losses), projections, and market shares.

I look forward to hearing your thoughts on these valuable resources!  Which one best fits your research and teaching needs?

-- MarkB
Mark Bodnar
Business & Economics Librarian

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