Whether you're new to commercialization or an experienced entrepreneur, this guide is a quick and easy way to access the most useful resources at The Columbia University Libraries, including market research, patents, and information on financing and business plans. To save yourself time and frustration, it's important to think about the information you need before starting your research on a new project or business.
Note: As a result of the cross-disciplinary nature of entrepreneurship, the resources highlighted include scholarly and business trade resources, as well as reputable free sources of information (such as government agencies, competitors, and industry associations).
Use the tabs to the left to navigate this research guide's resources. If you have questions about these resources, or about your research in general, please get in with touch the Business Library Team @ email@example.com. We would love to hear about your ventures!
For information about startups and entrepreneurship resources/centers at Columbia University, consult "CU Entrepreneurship" tab.
Many big names in entrepreneurship publish blogs and often provide resources for new entrepreneurs. Reading blogs can be a good way to keep up with trends and thought leadership in the field.