Learn how to find business information (for engineers and scientists)

Posted January 5th, 2006 by mit-admin

You don’t need to be an expert in business to attend these workshops!

Industry Research for Engineers and Scientists: Exploring Markets and Products

Angie Locknar, Stephanie Hartman

Fri Jan 27, 12 – 1pm, 14N-132
Enrollment limited: first come, first served. Limited to 30 participants.

You want to turn your great idea into a successful product. Is your product unique? Is there a market for your product? What are the trends in the industry? This hands-on session will introduce you to resources and strategies for learning about industries, markets, and products.

Contact: Angie Locknar, 14s-134, x3-9320, locknar@mit.edu

Company Research for Engineers and Scientists: Know Your Prospective Employer or Partner

Howard Silver, Stephanie Hartman

Thu Feb 2, 12 – 1pm, 14N-132
Enrollment limited: first come, first served. Limited to 25 participants. Single session event.

You’re a researcher in Science and Engineering, but what do you know about company research? This session will introduce you to library-supported databases about companies and industries. We will use examples and hands-on exercises to demonstrate strategies for learning about prospective employers or partners. Biotech company research will be emphasized.

Contact: Howard Silver, 14S-134, x3-9319, hsilver@mit.edu

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