Insider and current commercial information about a competitor or its lack can sometimes lead to serious problems or, conversely, to significant business success. This article is about intelligence.
Is it often necessary to have information about a competitor company? There can be no definitive answer “yes” or “no”. However, the author faced situations where competitor information was more useful than ever when making important strategic decisions. Continue reading
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