Postal codes in United Kingdom have quite turbulent history. In the middle of the 19th century mail volumes have risen drastically which created a need for more efficient mail delivery system.
Since the 1990s the Internet has successfully paved its way to our offices and homes and we use it for entertainment and work on a daily basis. There is no denying that we live in a digital era which basically means that everything can be found online.
2017 saw the launch of an exciting new database that facilitates online research for companies registered and operating in Canada. The team behind the project designed an all-encompassing virtual repository of knowledge that aids entrepreneurs, business owners, investors and, of course, individual clients in looking up contact details and profiles of Canadian businesses.
Practically every internet user has at least once searched for information about local companies. It can be market research or job hunting – motivations are varied, but the demand is one and the same. It's easy access to key business data. At this day and age, one would expect that finding such information is a piece of cake. Unfortunately, this demand still hasn't been properly addressed in the US.
Anyone who has ever tried to find data in online databases knows how tricky they are to navigate. Online databases can be very useful, but only if one knows how to use them properly. Most of the time, information is difficult to find, and once users find it, it is never represented in a user-friendly way.
Bizdb.co.nz is a brand new database that addresses the need of internet users for updated and accessible business data about the market of New Zealand. A few clicks are enough to get access to a wealth of business information about New Zealand companies. Thanks to Bizdb.co.nz, users can then quickly analyze the local business scene or check out their main competitors in the area. They can be sure that all data is regularly updated and reviewed by the team.
Until recently, entrepreneurs, marketers and business owners who wanted to learn more about a local market had to rely on data provided to them by companies specializing in this type of analysis.
Nowadays consumers are used to having full access to publicly-available information. And even if it seems that business data is easy to find, many users struggle to access it on online databases which are often very complex and hard to understand. But more importantly, they might feature outdated or fragmentary information, effectively disturbing company search. Fortunately, the online directory scene in Australia has recently been enriched with a new addition.