Enterprise is the core engine of economic growth. It’s broadly accepted that without enterprise and entrepreneurs there would be very little innovation, less productivity growth and even fewer new jobs being created. According to the management consultant and author John Hagel, entrepreneurs are people who see an opportunity to create value and are willing to take a risk to capitalize on that opportunity. They are needed in every part of the organization and in every kind of organization – not only business enterprises but also NGOs, government agencies and educational institutions.
The more successful we are at generating entrepreneurs in our society, the more dynamic our world will be, and the faster it will change, creating a need for even more entrepreneurs. In this edition of the Library Newsletter the IESE Library presents a selection of resources to help you better understand the entrepreneurial society we live in.
- IESE & Entrepreneurship
- Entrepreneurship Portals
- Entrepreneurship Reports, Trends, Research & Analysis
- Companies, Market & Industry databases
Mix of company, industry, country and financial data for every major marketplace in the world.
Global market research database providing insight on industries, economies and consumers worldwide.
Immediate access to over one million statistics and facts.
Portal to information for 60 emerging markets from local and international publishers and analysts: company profiles, industry reports and M&A reports.
Accounts and contacts for 1,500,000+ public and private Spanish companies.
Global database with information on the largest 1.85 million companies worldwide (public and private).
Public company data and research from Thomson Financial.
- Top Entrepreneur Journals & Magazines
- Books & Articles on Entrepreneurship
- News on Entrepreneurship
32,000+ sources from nearly every country worldwide in 28 languages, including over 450 continuously updated newswires. These sources are selected for their reliability and business focus and offer both a global and local perspective.