Euromonitor Passport Database
Published on 1st March 2021
Euromonitor International is the publisher of the Passport database - a powerful resource for international market, consumer and economic research. During COVID 19 restrictions staff at the Business Information Centre use this resource to answer patron enquires as diverse as the coffee market in Ireland to the market for gum in Morocco.
Currently, the Business Information Centre subscribes to market information relating to 45 countries world-wide including Ireland. Geographical areas covered include:
Australasia (All); North America (All); Western Europe (All); Asia Pacific; China; Hong Kong, China; India; Indonesia; Japan; Pakistan; South Korea; Taiwan; Vietnam; Eastern Europe; Bosnia and Herzegovina; Poland; Romania; Russia; Serbia; Latin America; Brazil; Mexico; Venezuela; Middle East and Africa; Cameroon; Kenya; Morocco; Nigeria; Saudi Arabia; United Arab Emirates.asia (All); No
Reasons to use the Passport database
As its name suggests Passport provides access to key statistical data and expert analysis which includes the following:
- An industry relational database of market and category sizes along with sales forecasts relevant to each sector.
- In-depth company reports on both developed and emerging markets, their consumer preferences and the competitive picture of national companies, shares and brands and distribution.
- Global reports which assess the key issues affecting the international market performance.
- Company analytical profiles on the top international companies in the industry.
How do people connect to the Internet and what is their online spending behaviour is included in the The Digital Consumer. This data assists in identifying markets that are digitally attractive for product development and marketing reasons.
Flexible search options
Passport offers different search options depending on the complexity and nature of the enquiry.
- Using the standard search tool, you can perform a keyword search on a single category or topic. An example being 'coffee in Ireland.'
- The search dashboards allow you to visually explore an industry to understand large data sets and you can also change different statistical types.
- The 'Full Tree Search' facilitate searching for different categories and topics for comparison.
COVID-19 and its impact
The Euromonitor recovery index is a 'composite index' which helps businesses predict recovery from the impact of the pandemic using a quarterly timeline. The Global Recovery Tracker applies to a number of countries. A score of 100 or above indicates full recovery,
The Economic Scenario Model uses 2019 as its baseline to forecast industry recovery for selected countries. This is of significant interest to the business community.
How to get in touch
This service is available to members of Dublin City Libraries. If you are not a member you can join online. The service is also available to members of the public referred by our Work Matters library partners.
Email your enquiry to [email protected] and a librarian will search the database and let you know what the process yields.
You will be asked to read and accept the terms and conditions (via email). After you have emailed your acceptance a copy of the relevant information will then be emailed to you.
Submitted by Bernadette in Central library.