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Business Database Overview: Gale DemographicsNow

April 18, 2016 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

This presentation, given by Hill Business Librarian Leah Kodner, will provide an overview of all the information that can be gathered from Gale DemographicsNow and a tutorial on how to use Gale’s many facets. It is intended for anyone who has never used Gale before but would be interested in learning what the database has to offer and how it works. Gale helps job seekers build lists of potential companies to work for. It helps those writing business plans to find out who their competitors are and to learn about the demographics of their target audience. It helps established businesspeople create lists of potential new markets to expand their business into. Gale has something for everyone, and anyone who is interested in learning how to harness its power should come to this presentation.

Read an introductory blog about Gale here.

Space is very limited so please sign up in advance!


April 18, 2016
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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The James J. Hill Center
80 West 4th Street
Saint Paul, MN 55102 US


James J. Hill Center


We are in the process of renovating the James J. Hill Center to make the space more accessible to individuals with wheelchairs or limited mobility. This construction includes major renovation of our interior elevator. Due to this renovation, elevator access to the building and second floor for persons with accessibility constraints will be limited. A manual mobility Liftkar operated by a trained JJ Hill staff person will be available so that individuals in wheelchairs have access to our space. To schedule assistance before your visit, or if you have questions, please contact 651.265.5500. Unfortunately we are unable to transport electric scooters. Elevator construction will begin October 31, 2016 until completion in April, 2017. We apologize for any inconvenience during this construction. Thank you for your understanding.

This project has been financed in part with funds provided by the State of Minnesota from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund through the Minnesota Historical Society and the F. R. Bigelow Foundation.