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SWOT Reports : Using Databases to get SWOT reports
Using databases to gather information for a SWOT Analysis.
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Type in the name of your company in the first search bar followed by "SWOT Analysis" in the second and separate them by the boolean operator AND.
Use the Company Financials Tab and the Competitors tab to build your own SWOT Analysis
Often, you will find that much of the kind of information you need for a SWOT report may be found in a company's annual report. Most public companies will feature access to their annual reports on their web pages or you can access them at: