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FAME is our most popular database to create leads, therefore you should join this training before your competitor does.
Join this crash course where you will learn how generate leads and understand your industry.
Oxfordshire County Council and the British Library have teamed up to create the Business and the Intellectual property Centre (BIPC) network. Any entrepreneur and business owner can come to our centre or book an appointment to use any database, including FAME for free.
• General overview of Fame
• Detailed look at a company report / data available
• Searches / Building lists of businesses
• Using built in tools for analysis
• Questions / Cover any specific examples
What you can do using Fame
Fame contains very useful, comprehensive data. Its real power comes from how it can help you create searches to find companies with specific profiles and do detailed analyses on individual or groups of companies (including your existing customers). Fame can help you:
• Assess a company’s financial strength
• Find companies that match your profiles including size, industry, and location – you can combine hundreds of criteria
• Find all companies in the same corporate “family” and look at complex organizational structures in clear diagrams. This unique data set includes international and domestic ownership information
• Compile a detailed picture of a company that includes background information, financial history plus relevant news, M&A deals and rumours
• Analyze a company in relation to its peers
• Show your results graphically to help you interpret and display your research
• Monitor companies and peer groups you’re interested in using Fame’s flexible alerts
• Export your results for analysis or business development projects
• Plug Fame data into your own database, CRM system or spreadsheet so you know more about your clients and prospects
• Compare groups of companies against each other
Information on companies and unincorporated businesses throughout the UK and Ireland, including:
• Financial information
• Adverse filings
• Directors and managers
• Financial strength metrics such as credit scores and ratings and CCJs
• Shareholders, subsidiaries, and branches
• Company structures and the corporate family
• M&A activity and rumours
• Industry descriptions, SIC codes and research
• News articles from various high profile sources
• Original, as filed accounts, and documents as filed at Companies House and the Companies Registration Office in Ireland