Esri offers business locations data from Data Axle and places data from SafeGraph.
Esri's Business Locations data is extracted from a comprehensive list of businesses licensed from Data Axle. The business list contains data for more than 13 million U.S. businesses, including name and location, franchise code, industrial classification code, number of employees, and sales.
The Business Locations database business classifications include the following:
- Location SIC and NAICS industry classifications
- Annual sales
U.S. Business Locations is a point-level dataset.
- Quarterly (ArcGIS Business Analyst and ArcGIS Community Analyst web apps)
- Annually (ArcGIS Business Analyst Desktop)
Esri uses the following methodology for business data:
The following sample business report is available: Business Locator (PDF)
For more information about reports and the products that contain them, visit ArcGIS Apps.
For information about the number of credits needed to run reports, see Credits by capability.
The following lists are available:
Business data is available in various products including the following:
- ArcGIS Business Analyst—Conduct a Business and Facilities Search or run a report.
- ArcGIS Community Analyst—Conduct a Business and Facilities Search or run a report.
For information about purchasing Esri Demographics data as stand-alone datasets, contact email@example.com.
The places data from SafeGraph contains information about five million U.S. places, including name, location, industrial classification code, and brand. These places are defined as locations where consumers can spend money, time, or both and include restaurants, grocery stores, malls, parks, hospitals, museums, and more.
Locations—Quarterly (ArcGIS Business Analyst and ArcGIS Community Analyst web apps)
The following document on the SafeGraph website includes the methodology for business data: Places Manual.
SafeGraph data is available in the following products: