Resource Libraries are collections of market research, articles, videos, and other content created or curated around a theme.
Look under Resource Libraries to also find standalone Reports that contain valuable insights from industry experts. Some sites may require you to share your contact information in exchange for access to the report.
Try: Cyclotron Road’s Founder's Playbook -- a curated, searchable library of essential reading and example materials related to launching and growing ideas, technologies, and companies.
Tools are guides, kits, and templates to help you build your ideas and business while identifying gaps in your knowledge.
Try: StartupGPS' Pathfinder Survey to get a 360-degree-view of your venture’s progress toward a commercially viable business. You’ll get a free visual report and a list of links from their library that are curated based on your answers.
Databases have extensive information on startups, investors, and other members of the community. Several outside databases include paid subscriptions with extra features.
Try: The U.S. Energy Information Association provides a wide range of information and data products covering energy production, stocks, demand, imports, exports, and prices; and prepares analyses and special reports on topics of current interest.