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Australian Business Datalist 2019

Standard edition
Over 1.7 million records with business names, addresses, phones, fax, emails, web addresses, employee size, business classifications and more.

Data supplied in spreadsheet format setup for ease of filtering and sorting the data to your criteria.

Last updated May 2019. Comes with 6-month free update subscription.

Premium Edition
Everything in the standard edition plus over 500,000 contact names with job descriptions and additional business information (see below).

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What’s in the database?

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STANDARD & PREMIUM

  • 1,442,000+ Addresses

  • 890,000+ Fixed phone numbers

  • 370,000+ Mobile phone numbers

  • 52,000+ Freecall numbers

  • 123,000+ Fax numbers

  • 449,000+ Email addresses*

  • 387,000+ Web addresses

  • 844,000+ Est. number of employees

  • 650,000+ Date business commenced

PREMIUM EDITION ONLY
Everything in standard edition plus:

  • 529,000+ Contact names

  • 481,000+ Job descriptions

  • 560,000+ Head office/branch indicators

  • 554,000+ ABN details

  • 115,000+ Facebook addresses

  • 43,000+ Twitter addresses

  • 15,000+ Linkedin addresses

*Please refer to our FAQ about acceptable use of email addresses.

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Business headings and ANZSIC classifications

The database has over 2,500 unique business headings and 450 ANZSIC headings and codes. The business headings are grouped in alphabetic order and are similar to those found in a business telephone directory.

The ANZSIC headings are grouped by broad industry categories compiled by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.(e.g. mining, agriculture, retail, wholesale, manufacturing, financial services etc.).

More details about the ANZSIC scheme can be found here