Competitive Intelligence

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January 2013 Blog Posts (3)

How do You Turn Competitive Intelligence into a Competitive Advantage

How do you turn intelligence on direct competitors into a significant advantage for salespeople? It’s a question that I get asked a lot, and shows the growing importance organizations are placing on turning information and raw data into actionable intelligence.


In the world of competitive team sports, coaches and athletes often review tapes of previous events studying the strengths and weaknesses of both the opposing team and individual players. Surprisingly in the business…


Added by Kell Sloan on January 27, 2013 at 9:23am — No Comments

TRANSFIERE Forum. Malaga (Spain), 13 and 14 February (2013).

The TRANSFIERE Forum's goal is to position Spanish innovation and international convergence, by promoting technology transfer and cooperation between science and business. The forum is organized so that participants can engage in B2B meetings between supply and demand and supply-offer. Malaga (Spain), 13 and 14 February (2013).

Added by José Pino-Díaz on January 17, 2013 at 9:57am — No Comments

Patent a biodegrable product that removes graffiti paint and natural stone

As part of the investigation, developed for Tino Stone Group, developed a total of 18 commercial products, among which is the stripper. To obtain it, had to develop special software called Solubility Techné 3S, which simulates the behavior of computer-certain commercial products. "Our goal was to achieve maximum efficiency with maximum user safety and minimum environmental and toxicological impact. The computer application was…


Added by José Pino-Díaz on January 3, 2013 at 1:36am — No Comments

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