Businesses - USA

Businesses is a comprehensive database of nearly 18.1 million U.S. business locations. It contains firmographic data, such as the number of employees and annual sales for a given business, as well as the applicable NAICS (North American Industry Classification System) codes. The database is created from publicly available data sources such as Yellow Pages listings and business filings. Business records in the Businesses product have been verified by Data-Axle through various methods, including a telephone verification process. Businesses can help you assess the competitive landscape by identifying your competitor’s locations and their estimated sales. Businesses data can be viewed through a Location Lists opens in new window report or using the mapping tools in ENVISION.

The database enables you to focus on specific businesses you want to analyze by two-, three-, four- and six-digit NAICS codes. The database also offers an eight-digit NAICS-based code for any area in the United States. Although the official NAICS classification system uses six-digit codes at the most granular level, Data Axle creates an eight-digit NAICS to describe the focus of each business. Reports are available for any standard geography-level in ENVISION, as well as any custom trade area, including drive time and radii. The mapping feature in ENVISION will allow you to insert logos to your maps to make them easier to visualize. The points are also interactive; clicking on a location will reveal an expanded window that displays additional information about that business. Using the Business Locations List tool users can also zero in on specific businesses, such as Retail Stores, NAICS 44 and 45, by adding them to an ENVISION map for analysis.

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