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

Posted January 5th, 2006 by MIT Libraries

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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