Format: 

Lastname, Firstname. "Title of Section." Title of Report, Publisher, Day Month Year. Database Name or Title of Non-Publisher Website, DOI or URL. Accessed Day Month Year.

Lastname, Firstname. "Title of Section." Title of Report, Publisher, Day Month Year. DOI or URL (when accessed from the publisher's website). Accessed Day Month Year.

Lastname, Firstname. "Title of Section." Title of Report, Publisher, Day Month Year.

Examples: 

Maier, Molly. Pet Supplies. Mintel Group, June 2015. Mintel Academic, academic.mintel.com.ezproxy.rit.edu/display/716555/. Accessed 12 Dec. 2017.

In-text: (Maier)

Maier, Molly. "Shopping Preferences." Pet Supplies, Mintel Group, June 2015. Mintel Academic, academic.mintel.com.ezproxy.rit.edu/display/716555/. Accessed 12 Dec. 2017.

In-text: (Maier)

Notes: 

Treat a market research report as a standalone document similar to a book or a corporate/government report. You can cite the report as a whole (first example) or cite an individual section (second example). If you need to cite a specific dataset or chart that appeared in the body of your report, refer to the dataset in the text of your paper and cite the report as a whole in your Works Cited list (https://style.mla.org/images-in-books). While an access date is not required, it is recommended for this source type, particularly if there is a possibility the information may change (MLA 53). For electronic sources you should provide the direct URL for the item, but omit the http:// or https:// (MLA 110). Do not include page numbers in your in-text citations for electronic sources unless you know the pages are consistent across devices (MLA 56). If the publisher is also the corporate author (e.g.), omit the author and list the organization in the publisher field (MLA 25).

Source:

This source type is not covered by the MLA Handbook (8th ed.)