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Featured Database: Passport

March 10th, 2020
Getting Started with Passport

Parrish Library’s Featured Database aims to give a very brief introduction to the basic features of one of the Purdue Libraries and the School of Information Studies (PULSIS) specialized subscription databases. This Featured Database highlights Passport, brought to you by Euromonitor International.


The List of Business Databases is the alphabetical list of the databases specially selected for those in a business program of study. Access the databases off-campus with your Purdue login and password.


Provides business intelligence on countries, consumers and industries. It offers integrated access to statistics, market reports, company profiles and information sources.


Click Getting Started with Passport to see the basics of using Passport. Click Finding Travel and Tourism Data in Passport for a brief tutorial on accessing travel and tourism data in Passport.

Helpful Hint

Use the keyword search at the top of the page; relevant content will appear as you type.

How can I use this resource?

Passport can be used to find travel and tourism data such as city travel briefings, which include information on business dynamics, lodging, SWOT analysis, city destination rankings and more.

Related Resources

Some other resources you might want to explore, are:

  • Mintel, includes market research report covering a variety of sectors including travel and tourism. Reports discuss market drivers, market size & trends, market segmentation and more.
  • Plunkett Research, offers business intelligence, industry trends, statistics, market research, and company lists.
Find us on YouTube!

You can find additional tutorials for a variety of our subscription resources on our YouTube channel.

Featured Database comes to you from the Roland G. Parrish Library of Management & Economics. If you would like more information about this database, or if you would like a demonstration of it for a class, contact parrlib@purdue.edu. Also let us know if you know of a colleague who would benefit from this, or future Featured Databases.

Since usage statistics are an important barometer when databases are up for renewal, tell us your favorite database, and we will gladly promote it. Send an email to parrlib@purdue.edu.