Tuesday June 18, 2013 – Tuesday June 18, 2013
When: June 18, 2013 at 6pm (registration begins at 5:30pm)
Where: Findhelp, 543 Richmond W, Toronto, ON M5V 1Y6
Cost: $10 members / $15 nonmembers / $5 students or unemployed
The typical challenge of business research is not a shortage of information, but rather too much of it! The key to success is figuring out how to sort through the barrage of data and zero in on what is important, timely, and reputable. But where do you start?
Emily Cox will cover the key demands that you will face in the world of business research. Learn the basic starting points for gaining a greater understanding of a company through both paid and free resources. Find out where to get information about corporate finances, operations, policies, executives, and history, and how to find information about competitors, corporate actions, and industry-specific metrics.
You will leave this workshop feeling confident that you have the industry essentials to field and fulfill business research requests.
Light refreshments will be provided.
Registration closes on June 15 at midnight.
About the speaker:
Emily Cox is an Information Specialist at BMO Capital Markets. In her role she supports investment bankers research and information needs at all stages of the deal process from idea conceptualization to engagement and beyond, by finding intelligence on companies, industries, transactions, and more. She was previously a Business Information Analyst at Deloitte and graduated from Western University.
A wait list will be kept for this event. Please email the registrar for more information.
48-hour notice must be provided to receive a refund. If you register but do not attend, you will still be asked to provide the registration fee (with the exception of extenuating circumstances.)
Questions or comments? Contact the registrar for this event, Emily Porta at eeporta @ gmail.com