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Explore your business opportunities with Company360

Our new eresource Company360 helps you find business information with ease.

Barangaroo construction, Sydney, 2016 / photograph by Noel Fisher
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Are you looking for a list of private and public real estate companies in the Sydney CBD postcode with over 200 employees?

In the past, finding this out would have been time-consuming, requiring the use of multiple resources. Now you can do it quickly, all via Company360.

Company360 is a database of Australia’s top 100,000 private and public companies which allows users to research and compare industry leaders. It contains financial history and analysis, corporate family trees and shareholder information. 

Why use Company360? 

  • Build a targeted marketing campaign or discover new business opportunities by locating companies that match specific measures such as location or revenue size. For example, find out how many IT companies with revenues over $150,000 exist in the Mosman postcode area.
  • Want to know who the marketing decision-makers of travel agencies in the Sydney CBD are? Reach out to the right industry leaders by using the People Search, which enables you to easily locate key people and discover their responsibilities.
  • Are you trying to find out who owns Penfolds Wines? Find out how companies are related using the Family Tree search which discloses the ownership structure and parent/child companies.
  • Want to find out who the top achievers are among your competitors in the medical supplies industry? Compare a company against its peers using the Peer Analysis which allows you to search using multiple financial parameters.

You can access Company360 in the Library, or online with a Library card if you are a NSW resident.   

Sign up for a Library card to search Company360 and other company and industry eresources, including Business Source Complete, Factiva, IBISWorld, Morningstar DatAnalysis and more. Use these tools and more to navigate the current business and industry environment.

Glenda Veitch & Edith Ho, Information & Access