DQL Workflow Example

Crafting a DQL query or queries that may be run in parallel is made easier if at first you define the spectrum of criteria you might want to use to constrain or explore the data. For example, to identify ways you might define a DQL statement or statements that would:

"retrieve all news on

  • M&A transactions
  • VC investments
  • events
  • other major news (partnerships)

that happened in Silicon Valley in the last Quarter in the Industry Vertical X."

X could be Electric Mobility.

Step One: Break Out Each Aspect of the Data Need

  1. The type of information wanted is news so you’d start with a query using type:Article

  2. Location constraint: “in Silicon Valley”

    Silicon Valley is generally used to describe only the southern region of the larger San Francisco Bay Area. The Valley's exact boundaries are debatable, but it's centered around Santa Clara County which includes Palo Alto, Mountain View, Sunnyvale, Cupertino, San Jose, Santa Clara, Milpitas, Los Gatos, Campbell, Los Altos, and Stanford. Should we assume it also includes Menlo Park, Burlingame, San Carlos, San Mateo, Oakland, San Francisco, etc., i.e. do you mean the physical region of Silicon Valley or the San Francisco Bay Area where the businesses said to make up Silicon Valley currently operate?

    Given the controversy, Silicon Valley isn’t defined in the KG as a region so you will need to enter each location you are interested in as an OR statement. You can constrain to location entities tagged in the article like:

    tags.label:or("San Francisco Bay Area", "San Jose", “Santa Clara”, “Cupertino”, “Palo Alto”, “Mountain View”, “Los Altos”, “Sunnyvale”)

    But for maximum coverage, you’ll want to mine the text for references to a location such as

    text:or("San Jose", "Santa Clara", "Cupertino", "Palo Alto", "Mountain View", "Los Altos", "Sunnyvale")

    We are currently investing in aliases for locations that overlap multiple locations (cities, states, etc.) like Silicon Valley and Greater NYC but they are not yet available. We expect to roll them out in Q2 in support of more elaborate dashboards, data exploration, and custom data set definition features and functionality that clients will be able to leverage pre-download.

    To ensure you don’t end up with data for cities outside of CA/California you’ll want to add: text:OR("CA", "California")

  3. Time constraint: in the last Last Quarter

    Do you mean a rolling 90-day window? The last fiscal or calendar quarter? The current quarter we are about to complete?

    We do have special syntax supporting lastCrawlDate which you can specify in minutes (m), hours (h), days (d), weeks (w), or years (y), i.e. you might use lastCrawlTime<13w to define a rolling 3-month interval. Alternatively, you could constrain via publication date using:

    date<91d or estimatedDate<91d , date.timestamp>1569801600 or estimatedDate.timestamp>1569801600

    We recommend using lastCrawlTime for maximum coverage.

    For the current fiscal quarter (spanning Oct-Dec 2019), you might specify a date after 9/30/2019 (the last day of the prior fiscal quarter) represented in UNIX time as 1569801600 and constrain using lastCrawlTime with lastCrawlTime>1569801600 or as lastCrawlTime>'2019-06-30'

    To narrow to the last completed fiscal quarter (July - Sept 2019), i.e. crawled after 6/30/2019, on or before 9/30/2019 you would define the date constraint this way:

    lastCrawlTime>1561852800 lastCrawlTime<1569888000 or
    lastCrawlTime>'2019-06-30' lastCrawlTime<'2019-10-01'

    And for each of these cases, you will likely want to specify
    sortBy:date
    to sort articles from most recent to least recent publication date.

  4. Sources of news about Silicon Valley

    Often the source of the information about a geographic region is also important. There is no requirement to constrain to a source, but if you would like to for less well known publications than The Financial Times or The Wall Street Journal like Silicon Valley Business Journal (bizjournals.com/sanjose/) or SiliconValley.com (operated by the San Jose Mercury News), etc. then you would define a statement like:

    pageUrl:"bizjournals.com/sanjose/"
    pageUrl:"www.bizjournals.com/sanjose/news/" or
    pageUrl:"siliconvalley.com"

    Currently, these sources are largely behind a paywall or login preventing us from aggregating then in the KG. However, you could aggregate them in a private collection using Crawlbot/ExtractionAPIs and combine them with KG article data.

  5. M&A Transactions

    What common terms are used to describe M&A transactions? You’ll want to use OR statements to mine the text of the article, excerpted quotes, tags &/or the title. There is a list of common terms in the Appendix for your reference and a list of the terms most frequently referenced in article text. And, here is an example syntax you can use to mine the text:

    text:"Silicon Valley" text:or("acquisition", "consolidation", "LOI", "leveraged buyout", "liquidation", "merger", "partnership", "offer price", "stock deal", "investment", "buyout", "IPO", "public offer", "Series A", "Series B", "Series C", "Series D")

    If you facet by tags.label, you can see all of the tags in the article subset selected as well:

    type:Article text:"Silicon Valley" text:or("acquisition", "consolidation", "LOI", "leveraged buyout", "liquidation", "merger", "partnership", "offer price", "stock deal", "buyout") lastCrawlTime>1561852800 facet:tags.label

    Then you might want to constrain to a tags.label like ‘initial public offering’ which appears in the list of facets (labels) using the Diffbot entityID for that tag and the strict operator: strict:tags.label:"diffbot_com_entity_XEDoCGkjFPfGi4bmKrWidJw"

    type:Article text:"Silicon Valley" text:or("acquisition", "consolidation", "leveraged buyout", "liquidation", "merger", "partnership", "offer price", "stock deal", "buyout") lastCrawlTime>1561852800 strict:tags.label:"diffbot_com_entity_XEDoCGkjFPfGi4bmKrWidJw" sortBy:date

    In general, you will want to optimize the length of your query for performance and efficiency as well as to maximize unique article coverage (i.e. avoid duplication) if you are running more than one query to get at the data. In the Appendix, we have recommended guidelines for how to achieve this.

  6. VC Investment

    What common terms are used to describe VC investments? You’ll want to use OR statements to mine the text of the article, excerpted quotes, tags, &/or the title. There is a list of common terms in the Appendix for your reference and a separate list of the terms most frequently referenced in article text. And, here is an example syntax you can use to mine the text:

    type:Article text:"Silicon Valley" text:or("IPO", "public offer", "Series A", "Series B", "Series C", "Series D", "investment") lastCrawlTime>1561852800 facet:tags.label sortBy:date

    In general, you will want to optimize the length of your query for performance and efficiency as well as to maximize unique article coverage (i.e. avoid duplication) if you are running more than one query to get at the data. In the Appendix, we have recommended guidelines for how to achieve this.

  7. Other major news, i.e. partnership announcements
    What labels are commonly used to describe a partnership announcement or similar event in article data (see a brief list of examples below)? These labels will be present only as text strings in the Title or text of the article itself.

    Terms frequently used to describe strategic partnerships include:

    • Strategic restructuring
    • Collaboration
    • Alliance
    • Strategic partnership
    • Cooperation
    • Partner
    • Supplier
    • Distributor

    To mine this data you might use a statement like:

    text:"Silicon Valley" text:or("strategic restructuring", "collaboration", "alliance", "strategic partnership", "cooperation", "partner", "supplier", "distributor")

    Or

    title:or("strategic restructuring", "collaboration", "alliance", "strategic partnership", "cooperation", "partner", "supplier", "distributor")

  8. Events

    What labels are commonly used to describe an event in article data (see a brief list of examples below)? These labels will be present only as text strings in the Title or text of the article itself for now. We plan to add Events as entities to the Knowledge Graph in the first half of 2020.

    Terms frequently used to describe an event include:

    • Meeting
    • Conference
    • Roundtable
    • Meetup
    • Panel discussion
    • Pitch event
    • Expo
    • Advisory Board
    • Expert Talk

    To mine this data you might use a statement like:

    text:"Silicon Valley" text:or("meeting", "conference", "roundtable discussion", "panel", "meetup", "Talk", "pitch event", "expo", "advisory board")

    Or

    title:or("meeting", "conference", "roundtable discussion", "panel", "meetup", "expert talk", "pitch event", "expo", "advisory board")

    In the Appendix, we have recommended guidelines for how to optimize queries using these constraints.

  9. Organization categories (industry labels)

    What labels are commonly used to describe an industry in article data? In the Appendix is a list of category labels for industries frequently used in online publications (outside of highly structured classification schemes like SIC, NAICs etc.).

    Some of these labels will be present as article tags that you can constrain by, others will exist only as text strings in the Title or text of the article itself. In the Appendix, we have recommended guidelines for how to package a query template into which you can insert each industry of interest to you.

    To mine this data you might use a statement like:

    text:"robotics"

    Or

    tags.label:"robotics"

    You could also use company names to locate announcements like Fenwick & West or Sequoia Capital.

Step Two: Combine Constraints to Achieve Maximum Coverage and Accuracy with Minimal Duplication

It is important to keep in mind that there is a limit in terms of the number of strings that can be combined in an OR statement (something around 60 terms). You can swap other phrases in for these but you’ll want to limit your statements to something along this length.

text:OR("Multiple", "Acquisition", "LOI", "Subsidiary", "Cash flow", "Capitalization", "Consolidation", "EBITDA", "EBITDA", "Warrants", "Goodwill", "Due diligence", "Synergies", "CAPEX", "Dilution", "Economies of scale", "Net debt", "Covenants", "Intangibles", "Preferred stock", "Letter of intent", "Capital structure", "Amalgamation", "Accretion", "Divestiture", "Intrinsic value", "Portfolio company", "Acquirer", "Discontinued Operations", "Offer price", "Restructuring charges", "Angel investor", "Vertical integration", "Term sheet", "Cash consideration", "Recapitalization", "Sensitivity analysis", "Bootstrapping", "Earn out", "Leveraged buyout", "Pari passu", "Deal Structure", "Sandbagging", "Golden parachute", "Backward integration", "Liquidation value", "Purchase price allocation", "Horizontal integration", "Capital asset pricing model", "Pre-money valuation", "Asset deal", "Identifiable assets", "Post-money valuation", "Indication of interest", "Fully diluted shares outstanding", "Normalized earnings", "Stock consideration", "Economies of scope", "Other closing costs", "Tag-along rights", "Drag-along rights", "Confidential Information Memorandum")text:OR("Palo Alto","Mountain View","Sunnyvale","Cupertino","San Jose","Santa Clara","Milpitas","Los Gatos","Campbell","Los Altos","Stanford","Menlo Park","Burlingame","San Carlos","San Mateo","Oakland","San Francisco","San Francisco Bay Area") lastCrawlTime>'2019-06-30' lastCrawlTime<'2019-10-01 tags.label:'INSERT INDUSTRY LABEL or COMPANY NAME' sortBy:date

Step Three: Review Output and Review Constraints

To support the query you will need to compile a series of queries using terms you are most interested in matching. You can swap in the events and partnership terms as their own query or combine them with M&A or VC terms. We’ve compiled the most frequently occurring terms found in the text or articles during the last full calendar quarter as an illustration of a query you might want to run to start:

type:Article text:OR("Acquisition", "LOI", "Subsidiary", "Cash flow", "Capitalization", "Consolidation", "EBITDA", "EBITDA", "Warrants", "Due diligence", "Synergies", "CAPEX", "Dilution", "Economies of scale", "Net debt", "Covenants", "Intangibles", "Preferred stock", "Letter of intent", "Capital structure", "Amalgamation", "Accretion", "Divestiture", "Intrinsic value", "Portfolio company", "Acquirer", "Discontinued Operations", "Offer price", "Restructuring charges", "Angel investor", "Vertical integration", "Term sheet", "Cash consideration", "Recapitalization", "Sensitivity analysis", "Bootstrapping", "Earn out", "Leveraged buyout", "Pari passu", "Deal Structure", "Sandbagging", "Golden parachute", "Backward integration", "Liquidation value", "Purchase price allocation", "Horizontal integration", "Capital asset pricing model", "Pre-money valuation", "Asset deal", "Identifiable assets", "Post-money valuation", "Indication of interest", "Fully diluted shares outstanding", "Normalized earnings", "Stock consideration", "Economies of scope", "Other closing costs", "Tag-along rights", "Drag-along rights", "Confidential Information Memorandum")text:OR("Palo Alto","Mountain View","Sunnyvale","Cupertino","San Jose","Santa Clara","Milpitas","Los Gatos","Campbell","Los Altos","Stanford","Menlo Park","Burlingame","San Carlos","San Mateo","Oakland","San Francisco","San Francisco Bay Area")text:OR("CA", "California") lastCrawlTime>'2019-06-30' lastCrawlTime<'2019-10-01 sortBy:date

Then you can swap text or add a tags.label:'INSERT INDUSTRY LABEL or COMPANY NAME' constraint if desired.

For example:

type:Article text:OR("Acquisition", "LOI", "Subsidiary", "Cash flow", "Capitalization", "Consolidation", "EBITDA", "EBITDA", "Warrants", "Due diligence", "Synergies", "CAPEX", "Dilution", "Economies of scale", "Net debt", "Covenants", "Intangibles", "Preferred stock", "Letter of intent", "Capital structure", "Amalgamation", "Accretion", "Divestiture", "Intrinsic value", "Portfolio company", "Acquirer", "Discontinued Operations", "Offer price", "Restructuring charges", "Angel investor", "Vertical integration", "Term sheet", "Cash consideration", "Recapitalization", "Sensitivity analysis", "Bootstrapping", "Earn out", "Leveraged buyout", "Pari passu", "Deal Structure", "Sandbagging", "Golden parachute", "Backward integration", "Liquidation value", "Purchase price allocation", "Horizontal integration", "Capital asset pricing model", "Pre-money valuation", "Asset deal", "Identifiable assets", "Post-money valuation", "Indication of interest", "Fully diluted shares outstanding", "Normalized earnings", "Stock consideration", "Economies of scope", "Other closing costs", "Tag-along rights", "Drag-along rights", "Confidential Information Memorandum")text:OR("Palo Alto","Mountain View","Sunnyvale","Cupertino","San Jose","Santa Clara","Milpitas","Los Gatos","Campbell","Los Altos","Stanford","Menlo Park","Burlingame","San Carlos","San Mateo","Oakland","San Francisco","San Francisco Bay Area")text:OR("CA", "California") lastCrawlTime>'2019-06-30' lastCrawlTime<'2019-10-01 tags.label:'media' sortBy:date

APPENDIX A: Common Terms Used in M&A transactions and VC Investment

List of common M&A terms:

  • Accretion
  • EBITDA
  • LOI
  • Acquirer
  • Acquisition
  • Amalgamation
  • Consolidation
  • Angel investor
  • Asset deal
  • Backward integration
  • CAPEX
  • Capitalization
  • Bootstrapping
  • Capital structure
  • Capital asset pricing model
  • Cash consideration
  • Cash flow
  • CIM (Confidential Information Memorandum
  • Covenants
  • Deal Structure
  • Dilution
  • Discontinued Operations
  • Discount for lack of control
  • Discount for lack of marketability
  • Discount for lack of voting rights
  • Divestiture
  • Drag-along rights
  • Due diligence
  • Earn out
  • EBITDA
  • Exclusivity (no-shop) requirement
  • Economies of scale
  • Economies of scope
  • Fully diluted shares outstanding
  • Golden parachute
  • Goodwill
  • Horizontal integration
  • Identifiable assets
  • Indication of interest (IOI)
  • Intangibles
  • Intrinsic value
  • Letter of intent (LOI)
  • Leveraged buyout
  • Liquidation value
  • Merger/Statutory
  • Multiple
  • Net book value of assets
  • Net cash/Net debt deal
  • Net debt
  • Normalized earnings
  • Offer price
  • Other closing costs
  • Pari passu
  • Portfolio company
  • Post-money valuation
  • Pre-money valuation
  • Preferred stock
  • Pro forma shares outstanding
  • Purchase price allocation
  • Recapitalization
  • Restructuring charges
  • Sandbagging
  • Sensitivity analysis
  • Share/Stock deal
  • Stock consideration
  • Subsidiary
  • Synergies
  • Tag-along rights
  • Target (Acquiree)
  • Term sheet
  • Timing of synergies
  • Transaction close date
  • Vertical integration
  • Warrants
  • 338(h)(10) election

List of common terms used in VC investment:

  • Accelerator
  • Accredited Investor
  • Angel Investor
  • Antidilution
  • Assets Under Management
  • Benchmark
  • Blind Pool
  • Board of Directors
  • Board-Observer Rights
  • Bootstrapped
  • Bridge Loan
  • Burn Rate
  • Buyout
  • Cap Table
  • Capital Efficiency
  • Capped Note
  • Capped Participation
  • Cash Position
  • Closing
  • Common Stock
  • Conversion
  • Convertible Debt
  • Convertible Stock
  • Corporate VC
  • Crossover Investors
  • Deal Flow
  • Debt Financing
  • Dilution
  • Disruption
  • Direct Financing
  • Down Round
  • Due Diligence
  • Employee Option Pool
  • Entrepreneur in Residence
  • Equity
  • Exit
  • First-Mover Advantage
  • First-Round Financing
  • Follow-on Investments
  • “Friends and Family Round”
  • Full Ratchet
  • Fund of Funds
  • Gamification
  • General Partner
  • Growth Equity
  • Incubator
  • Internal Rate of Return
  • IPO
  • Lead Investor
  • Leveraged buyout
  • Limited Partner
  • Liquidation
  • Liquidation Preference
  • Liquidation Preference Stacking
  • Liquidity Event
  • Lock-up Period
  • Master Limited Partnership
  • Merger
  • Mezzanine Debt
  • Mezzanine Financing
  • Micro VCs
  • Monetize
  • Non-Participating Preferred Stock
  • Paas
  • Pari Passu
  • Participating Preferred Stock
  • Party Round
  • Pay-to-Play
  • Piggy Round
  • Pitch
  • Pivot
  • Post-Money Valuation
  • Pre-Money Valuation
  • Preferred Stock (Preferential Shares)
  • Preferred Directors
  • Private IPO
  • ROI
  • Runway
  • SaaS
  • Seed Money
  • Series A Funding
  • Series B (and beyond)
  • Shares Outstanding
  • Shareholder Vote
  • Signaling Risk
  • Stock Options
  • Term Sheet
  • Traction
  • Treasury Stock
  • Uncapped Note
  • Unicorn
  • Use of Proceeds
  • Value-Add Services (or add-on services)
  • Valuation
  • Venture Capital
  • Venture Capitalist
  • Vesting
  • Voting Rights
  • Warrant
  • Waterfall Chart
  • Weighted Average

APPENDIX B: Organization category tags commonly found on the Web

  • Agricultural Organizations
    - Animal Farms
    - Apiculture Organizations
    - Poultry Organizations
    - Rice Organizations
    - Wheat Organizations
  • Chemical Companies
    - Fertilizer Companies
    - Paint Manufacturers
    - Petrochemical Companies
    - Plastics Companies
  • Clothing Companies
    - High Fashion Brands
    - Shoe Brands
    - Sportswear Brands
    - Underwear Brands
  • Computer Hardware Companies
    - Computer Storage Companies
    - Networking Companies
  • Software Companies
    - Artificial Intelligence Companies
    - Bioinformatics Organizations
    - Business Intelligence Companies
    - Cloud Computing Providers
    - Computer Security Companies
    - CRM Software Companies
    - Database Companies
    - ERP Software Companies
    - Financial Software Companies
    - Information Technology Consulting Firms
    - Internet Of Things Companies
    - Networking Companies
    - Open Source Software Organizations
    - Social Networking Companies
    - Software As A Service Companies
    - Video Game Companies
    - Video Messaging Companies
    - Virtual Reality Companies
    - Web Design Companies
  • Construction Companies
    - Residential Building Constructors
  • Design Companies
    - Architecture Firms
    - Graphic Design Companies
    - Industrial Design Firms
    - Packaging Companies
    - Photographic Studios
  • Educational Organizations
    - Libraries
    - National Academies
    - Research Institutes
    - Schools
    - Universities And Colleges
  • Mining Companies
    - Coal Mining Companies
    - Metal Mining Companies
    - Oil Companies
  • Energy Companies
    - Natural Gas Companies
    - Nuclear Energy Companies
    - Renewable Energy Companies
    - Hydroelectric Power Companies
    - Solar Energy Companies
    - Wind Energy Companies
  • Entertainment Companies
    - Gambling Companies
    - Performing Arts Companies
    - Dance Groups
    - Musical Groups
    - Sports Clubs
  • Entertainment Venues
    - Airports
    - Amusement Parks
    - Arts Venues
    - Casinos
    - Cinemas And Movie Theaters
    - Fitness And Sports Centers
    - Museums
    - Sports Venues
    - Theatres
    - Zoos And Aquaria
  • Financial Services Companies
    - Banks
    - Brokerage Firms
    - Digital Currencies Companies
    - Financial Data Vendors
    - Financial Technology Companies
    - Insurance Companies
    - Health Insurance Companies
    - Life Insurance Companies
    - Property insurance Companies
    - Investment Companies
    - Management Consulting Firms
    - Mortgage Lenders
    - Payment Service Providers
    - Stock Exchanges
  • Food And Drink Companies
    - Drink Companies
    - Breweries
    - Coffee Companies
    - Distilleries
    - Soft Drinks Manufacturers
    - Tea Companies
    - Wineries
    - Food Companies
  • Public Administration
    - Fire Departments
    - Intergovernmental Organizations
    - International Organizations
    - Military Related Organizations
    - Ministries
    - Police Departments
    - Political Parties
    - Standards Organizations
  • Hospitality Companies
    - Bars
    - Cafes
    - Fast Food Restaurants
    - Restaurants
    - Tourist Accommodations
    - Hotels
    - Campgrounds
    - Resorts
    - Hostels And Motels
  • Media And Information Companies
    - Motion Picture Companies
    - Animation Studios
    - Film Companies
    - Music Companies
    - Broadcasting Companies
    - Television Broadcasting Companies
    - Radio Stations
    - Publishing Companies
    - Newspaper Companies
    - Book Publishing Companies
    - Magazine Publishing Companies
    - Telecommunications Companies
    - Video Game Companies
  • Manufacturing Companies
    - Audio Equipment Manufacturers
    - Building Materials Companies
    - Cement Companies
    - Ceramics Manufacturers
    - Glassmaking Companies
    - Metal Companies
    - Display Technology Companies
    - Eyewear Manufacturers
    - Electrical Equipment Manufacturers
    - Engine Manufacturers
    - Furniture Manufacturers
    - Home Appliance Manufacturers
    - Air Conditioning Companies
    - Jewelry Manufacturers
    - Knife Manufacturing
    - Luggage Manufacturers
    - Machine Manufacturers
    - Agricultural Machinery Manufacturers
    - Construction Equipment Manufacturers
    - Turbine Manufacturers
    - Medical Technology Companies
    - Mobile Phone Manufacturers
    - Optics Manufacturing Companies
    - Pen Manufacturers
    - Personal Care Products Manufacturers
    - Perfume Houses
    - Soap And Cosmetics Companies
    - Pulp And Paper Companies
    - Semiconductor Companies
    - Sporting Goods Manufacturers
    - Textile Mills And Manufacturers
    - Tobacco Companies
    - Tool Manufacturers
    - Toy Manufacturers
    - Vehicle Parts Manufacturers
    - Watch Manufacturing Companies
    - Weapons Manufacturing Companies
  • Medical Organizations
    - Biotechnology Companies
    - Dental Companies
    - Eye Hospitals
    - Health Care Companies
    - Home Health Care
    - Hospitals
    - Pharmacies
    - Medical Laboratories
    - Public Health Organizations
    - Mental Health Organizations
    - Counseling Organizations
    - Physiotherapy Organization
    - Alternative Medicine Organizations
    - Veterinary Organizations
  • Motor Vehicle Manufacturers
    - Aircraft Manufacturers
    - Autonomous Vehicles
    - Bus Manufacturers
    - Car Manufacturers
    - Cycle Manufacturers
    - Electric Vehicles
    - Luxury Motor Vehicle Manufacturers
    - Military Vehicle Manufacturers
    - Motorcycle Manufacturers
    - Shipbuilding Companies
    - Spacecraft Manufacturers
    - Truck Manufacturers
  • Pharmaceutical Companies
  • Retailers
    - Auction Houses
    - Food Retailers
    - Supermarkets
    - Convenience Stores
    - Food Markets
    - Liquor Stores
    - Superstores
    - Pharmacies
    - Online Retailers
    - Automotive Part Retailers
    - Gas Station
    - Bookstores
    - Florist Companies
    - Furniture Retailers
    - Hardware Stores
    - Jewelry Retailers
    - Photographic Equipment And Supplies
    - Luxury Brands
    - Consumer Electronics Retailers
    - Clothing Retailers
    - Eyewear Retailers
    - Footwear Retailers
    - Lingerie Retailers
    - Children Clothing Retailers
    - Sporting Goods Retailers
    - Music Retailers
    - Pet Shops
    - Vehicle Retailers And Dealership
    - Toy And Video Game Retailers
  • Service Companies
    - Motor Vehicle Repair And Maintenance
    - Pest Control Services
    - Cleaning Companies
    - Locksmith Services
    - Plumbing Organizations
    - Car Washes
    - Beauty Salons And Spa
    - Barber Shops
    - Tattoo Shops
    - Foodservice Companies
    - Shopping Delivery Services
    - Coworking Spaces
    - Event Management Companies
    - Postal Organizations
    - Security Companies
    - Tourism Agencies
    - Airport Operators
    - Accounting Services
    - Advertising Companies
    - Engineering Consulting Firms
    - Law Firms
    - Logistics Companies
    - Moving Companies
    - Marketing Companies
    - Polling Companies
    - Recruiting And Employment Agencies
    - Real Estate Companies
    - Veterinary Organizations
  • Religious Organizations
  • Transport Companies
    - Airlines
    - Cruise Lines
    - Helicopter Operators
    - Public Transport Operators
    - Railway Companies
    - Ridesharing And Taxi Companies
    - Vehicle Rental Companies

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