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Private Company Data: Use Cases
Sunday, 24th June 2012
The availability of data about private companies, particularly in jurisdictions where minimal or no reporting is required by law, can be challenging to obtain. Bureau van Dijk provided FreePint with fresh awareness of what is available and how to access it. The information was so useful, we commissioned two articles for FreePint readers on the topic. This article provides a case study on how to approach research on a privately held US company. When the company is not legally required to disclose information, where can a researcher turn?
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By Heidi Longaberger
Heidi Longaberger is currently Research and Information Manager for NorTech, a technology-based economic development organisation with a focus on Northeast Ohio. Heidi gets to provide innovative advanced energy and flexible electronics companies with market intelligence and analysis, while providing input on NorTech's strategic initiatives. She is also developing an information and knowledge management strategy for NorTech, and gets the opportunity to write about economic development issues for the region. Heidi's background in information and research includes extensive work in the telecommunications and venture capital industries. Heidi can be reached at Heidi@Longabergerinfo.com.
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