PrivCo for Research Institutions
- Identify and perform detailed research on both mature and up-and-coming companies around the world, segmented across thousands of industry sectors and sub-sectors, using PrivCo's private company financial information including key metrics such as revenues and employee figures
- Track trends for both regional and industry specific economic growth or decline, utilizing both PrivCo's revenue and employee growth screeners
- Perform searches to filter for privately-held companies based on ultra-granular search criteria (i.e. geography, industries, revenues, growth, ownership criteria, company age, employees)
- Aggregate and analyze financial data from PrivCo’s database, containing hundreds of thousands of private companies, to perform extremely detailed and complete analysis
- Keep track of M&A activity and V/C funding rounds in real-time, for both domestic and international companies
In order to quantify national economic growth, a American research institute team is looking to compile both a list of businesses across the country and the aggregate revenues for these individual companies over the past three years, segmented by state. After days of attempting to source information, the research institution finds data available for only a few industry players, who are publicly-traded, and finds that information on the vast majority of its target companies is extremely difficult to obtain, as most are privately-held.
Without access to the PrivCo Private Company Database, the research institution’s task would be significantly more difficult, if not impossible. However, by using the PrivCo Private Company Database, the research institution’s team is able to quickly compile a list of privately-held businesses across the country and identify each business’s revenues and employee figures.
Using PrivCo’s ultra-granular advanced search capabilities, the research institution is able to not only identify larger, well-known companies but also several other privately-held companies it otherwise may have overlooked, allowing it to construct a more complete analysis of the economic environment and its development.