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Guide to Business Information

Need business related information? Need to find the contact details for a company? Need to know the CPI for the last quarter? Looking for the history of Holden? As part of our general reference services the State Library provides access to business literature and information sources. We can help you to find Company Information, Country Information, Industry Information, Telephone Numbers and Postcodes, Organisations, People, Career Information and much much more. 

There are a number of electronic resourcesavailable for business research in the State Library. Search results from these resources may be printed; downloaded to a thumb drive or CD-ROM; or emailed your own computer (subject to the licence agreements and software functionality of individual databases). Our e-resources from home service provides access to some resources which are useful for business. All you need is your State Library of Western Australia card number and you can begin accessing a world of information from your home computer.

Small Business Starters and Operators

Starting a business? Wondering how to improve or expand an existing business? The Library has print and electronic resources that are invaluable for Small Business starters and operators. We can help you to find information with topics such as Market Research, Statistics, the Business of Art, Exporting/Importing and Standards.

Personal Finance

Are you in control of your money? The Library provides access to print and electronic resources that will help you improve your financial literacy, gain control of your money, and move into the world of investment. As well as information for Investors we can help you find information on Companies; InvestmentUnclaimed Money; Scams, Swindles, Frauds and Hoaxes; and, when you've made your pile, Philanthropy!

(Disclaimer: The Library does not accept any liability for any investment decisions made on the basis of this information. This web site does not constitute financial advice and should not be taken as such. The Library urges you to obtain professional advice before proceeding with any investment.)

 

 

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Page last updated: Wednesday 15 February 2012