Welcome, EBV and EBV-F Participants!
First of all, thank you for your service. You are to be commended not only for your service to our country, but for the courage it takes to pursue your dreams as entrepreneurs.
We at SU Libraries are honored to be part of EBV and EBV-F and we hope that you will find the research resources and guidance available to you useful. Please know that we are here to help, should you have any questions along the way.
During your EBV or EBV-F program, you will have access to the EBV National Info Portal, which includes databases donated by vendors for those active participants in EBV or EBV-F, that is, those who are in the one-year program and not alums of the program.
The EBV National Info Portal also includes contact information for EBV librarians across the country, as well as freely available websites recommended by EBV librarians. You are welcome to reach out to an EBV librarian at any time during or after your participation in the EBV or EBV-F program. Although EBV cannot offer EBV alums access to the databases, an EBV librarian may be able to direct you to relevant freely available resources, as well as help you to identify research resources in your geographic area, such as local public and university libraries, as well as statewide library resources.
While on campus during your EBV or EBV-F residency week, you will have access to many of Syracuse University Libraries' online business resources.
Starting points for on-campus research resources:
Below are a few short video chapters pulled from the full list of Video Tutorials for Business Research that may be of particular interest. If a resource is freely available or also on the EBV Info Portal, that has been noted.
With industry classification codes, you can find business statistics, compare companies within the same industry, and locate industry reports and articles.