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MarketLine (Database Instruction)

MarketLine is a business information database with an interactive platform that accesses reports, statistics and market analysis on the automotive, consumer, energy, financial services, healthcare, and technology sectors.

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Artemis Hedrich
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Notre Dame Campus


Welcome to the MarketLine Database Guide

This guide is to assist you in using the MarketLine database to find business, automotive, consumer, energy, financial services, healthcare, and technology information from over 200 countries and major industry sectors. 

Access the Marketline database through: A-Z Databases.

Don’t forget to check out the related guides for similar topics and if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Thanks, and enjoy!

Provides quality business information through 50,000 industry, company, and country profiles. Profiles offer standardized market data, competitive analysis, and other insights into business organization and function.

How to Search the MarketLine Database

This video gives an overview of how to search on the MarketLine Database.

How to logon to Library and Academic Services Resources

Some online materials are restricted to student/staff use only. Use your college username and password to access these resources (i.e. same username and password used for Hub)

How to use databases

Library and Academic Services subscribe to many databases. Many can be searched simultaneously by using OneSearch. Others are independent, and each of these has its own search strategies. To see all the databases the library offers, check out the Articles/Databases List (A-Z). Most databases will require your college username and password to access.

To learn more about searching and using databases, check out A-Z Database List.