Companies that own, operate, and/or franchise eating places that provide limited food services where patrons order and pay before eating.
Companies that manufacture, market, and/or distribute basic and intermediate chemicals as well as chemical products (including petrochemicals, paints and coatings,as well as fertilizers, construction, water treatment, agricultural, industrial, and other chemicals).
Institutions that offer vocational and technical training on business and management skills (including courses in business, communications, economics, management, leadership, business law, customer service, secretarial administration, accounting, auditing, finance, sales and marketing, and other business-related subjects). The training often leads to job-specific certification.
Companies that provide consulting services related to planning, design, architecture, and engineering services required to develop, remodel, or maintain and repair residential and commercial buildings, industrial structures, and other engineering projects.
Companies that provide financial services and products that facilitate the creation, liquidation, or change in ownership of money and other financial assets. Includes credit-related services, investment-related services, oversight services, investment banking, all other banking, insurance, central banks and monetary authorities, and stock exchanges.
Company that provide engineering consulting services including providing advice, preparing of feasibility studies, preparing preliminary and final plans and designs, providing technical services during the construction or installation phase, inspecting and evaluating engineering projects, and related services.
Companies that provide travel services including travel agencies (that act as agents in selling travel, tour, and accommodation services), tour operators (that engage in arranging and assembling tours that they sell themselves or through travel agencies, cruise lines, internet travel and vacation reservations), and other travel services.
Institutions that offer vocational and technical training on a variety of technical subjects and trades. The training often lead to job-specific certification.
Companies that import and/or distribute a variety of (three or more) consumer goods products.
Companies that manufacture, market, and distribute medical and other health-related products; and companies that offer medical and other health care services.
Companies that process, manufacture, distribute, and market foodstuffs for human consumption. Includes companies that process raw materials of animal or vegetable origin into food products and companies that sell intermediary, processed, or manufactured food products.
Holding companies that engage in a variety of manufacturing, trading, and/or service industries either directly or indirectly by acquiring other enterprises such that they form a group of companies run as a single organization and under common ownership.
Companies that write, develop, test, modify, publish, and/or market software programs, procedures and instructions for specific task-based applications that are processed by computers, servers, embedded systems, mobile devices, and other systems.
Companies that provide health care services (including clinics, hospitals, medical and diagnostic laboratories, nursing and residential care facilities, home health care, specialized health care services, weight and health management, health care plans, veterinary care services, and other health care services).
Companies that own, operate, and manage medical clinics, offices, and other practices (including general and specialized medicine and surgery). Such facilities may be a part of hospitals or medical centers.
Companies that design, manufacture, market and distribute a variety of consumer goods.
Companies that arrange for the transportation of goods by air, sea, and land on behalf of exporters, importers, and other companies or individuals. The freight forwarders act as agents and buy space from transportation companies (including trucking, shipping, rail, and/or air carriers), combine freight for many shippers, and offer related services on behalf of shippers (such as customs clearance and documents).
Companies that manufacture, market, and/or distribute dyes, pigments, colorants, paints, varnishes, paint removers, and coatings (such as glass coatings, metal coatings, floor coatings, wall coatings, epoxy and acrylic coatings, powder coating) and other related products.
Companies that design, manufacture, market, distribute, or trade in equipment used to provide long-distance, local, and corporate access to voice, data, text, sound, and video communication services, which includes the software integral to the equipment.
Companies that manufacture, market, and distribute basic materials, industrial products, chemicals, as well as machinery and equipment.
Companies that design, manufacture, and market office furniture (including desks, chairs, and bookcases) and institutional furniture (including library, school, theater and other furniture for institutions).
Companies that provide construction services including architectural and engineering services contractors, civil engineering contractors, integrated contractors, manufactured buildings suppliers, reclamation and dredging contractors, specialty contracting traders, and providers of other construction services.
Companies that manage and control the transportation of products for other organizations from the point of origin to the final destination. The sector includes supply chain management, warehousing and storage, freight forwarding, and other related service providers.
Companies that provide construction services including general and specialty construction contracting, development, design, engineering, and other services in addition to companies that invest in the construction sector
Companies that provide insurance against the loss of real property, tangible assets, and income, which includes auto and other vehicle, commercial, home owners, liability, travelers, and other types of insurance (also known as General Insurance).
Companies that own, operate, and /or franchise food services and drinking places that prepare meals, snacks, and beverages to customer order. The companies include casual dining restaurants, fast food and quick service restaurants, upscale dining, cafes, pubs, bars, and clubs.
Companies that provide services related to computers that include software development and reselling, website services, website and database hosting, storage services, network setup and maintenance, consultation, IT auditing, and other related services.
Companies that develop, produce, publish, deploy, and market software programs, procedures, and instructions for specific task-based applications that are processed by computers, embedded systems, mobile devices, and other systems.
Companies that design, manufacture, market, and/or distribute furniture and accessories (including floor and window coverings, home furniture and accessories, lighting equipment, mattresses and office furniture).
Companies that process, manufacture, distribute, and market foodstuffs and beverages for human consumption. The industry includes companies that process raw materials of animal and vegetable origin into food products, wholesalers of manufactured food products, and companies that produce, market, and bottle alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages, soft drinks, juices, water, coffee and tea, and other beverages.
Companies that provide transmission of and access to voice, data, text, sound, and video communication services. The companies operate and manage wired and wireless transmission facilities and networks; design, manufacture, market, distribute, and resell equipment used for such communication; in addition to companies that provide related support services such as systems installation, repair, maintenance, and other services.
Companies that provide, or facilitate, coverage of individuals and/or businesses whereby they agree to compensate them, or designated individuals, in case of an event (loss, damage, injury, death, and/or other events) om exchange for agreed payments. The industry includes companies that provide life and non-life (general) insurance, insurance brokerage, reinsurance, and other related services. The industry includes conventional and Islamic companies.
Companies that operate department stores that have separate departments for various merchandise lines (including apparel, jewelry, home furnishings, linens, paint, hardware, toiletries, cosmetics, photographic equipment, toys, sporting goods, and other merchandise). The industry also include companies that operate department stores chains.
Companies that own, operate, and manage entertainment, lodging, travel agencies, tour operators, spas, sports and recreation, as well as other leisure facilities.
Companies that operate large self-service grocery stores that sell a wide range of food products such milk, dairy products, bread, soda, snacks, canned and frozen foods, fresh fruits and vegetables, fresh and prepared meats, fish, and poultry, and other food products, as well as household and personal goods that are consumed regularly; may be part of a chain that owns or controls other supermarkets located in the same or other towns.
Companies that design, manufacture, assemble, and distribute computers and computer hardware (including personal, large-scale, and specialized computers, computer peripheral devices, other computer-based systems) and companies that provide services related to computers including development, programming, consulting, distribution, installation, maintenance, and other support services.
Holding companies that engage in a variety of industries either directly or indirectly by acquiring other enterprises such that they form a group of companies run as a single organization and under common ownership. Conglomerates include organizations with diversified manufacturing, diversified services, diversified trading, and multi-line business activities.
Learning institutions including childcare, elementary and secondary schools, colleges and universities, vocational schools or institutions, and institutions that provide educational support services.
Companies that provide transportation services of passengers and cargo through air, water, ground, and rail; companies that provide postal and messenger services; and companies that provide support services to the industry.
Companies that provide transportation services (including air, ground, and maritime transportation in addition to logistics services) and design, manufacture, assemble, and distribute transportation products (including aircrafts, automobiles, boats, and rail products).
Companies that own and operate stores that retail general merchandise such that they are capable of retailing a large variety of goods from a single location or from individual point-of-sale locations (including supermarkets and hypermarkets, warehouse clubs and superstores, department stores, duty free stores, grocery and convenience stores, as well as other general retailers).
Companies that import and/or distribute a variety of (three or more) food products. These food products include dairy, diet food products, edible oils, fish and seafood products, fruits and vegetables, grain products, meat products, poultry products, sauces and condiments, snack food, and/or sugar and sweeteners.
Institutions that offer vocational education, which include technical schools and training centers. The training can range from skills for personal improvement to job-specific certification.
Companies that engage in buying goods from manufacturers, producers, or importers, either directly or through wholesalers, and organizing the resale of merchandise to the general public in small quantities. Retailers mainly sell merchandise intended for personal or household consumption, but some sell products for business and institutional clients, retailers may provide after-sales services, such as repair and installation, or process activities supplementary to retailing.
Companies that import and/or distribute telecommunications equipment.
Companies that provide insurance against the loss of real property, tangible assets, and income, which includes auto and other vehicle, commercial, home owners, liability, travelers, and other types of insurance (also known as General Insurance). Companies include conventional and Islamic insurance providers.
Companies that manufacture and market dyes, pigments, coatings, colorants, paints, varnishes, paint and varnish removers, as well as other similar products.