Are you working on a business plan, funding pitch or new product design? Secondary market research, or gathering information from other sources, is essential to test your ideas and give credibility to your plan. Yet, it can be challenging to find reliable sources and zero in on the information you need without going down the research rabbit hole.
On September 8, we’re hosting Aleha McCauley and Kim Buschert from UBC Library to learn about the typical questions secondary market research can answer, sources to find high quality data and how libraries can help you access the information you need to help make your business competitive at any stage.
In this session, you will:
Learn how to find industry reports, statistics and data
Discover tips so you can make the best use of your research time
Explore what business resources UBC library can offer the public
Join us to learn tips and tricks to doing efficient secondary research that can bolster your business plan!