Tactical, Operational & Strategic Analysis of Markets, Competitors & Industries
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September 2001– Present
Working on developing the best available industry segmentation of the global economy by line of business (leveraging Michael E. Porter's five forces industry analysis methodology).
I'd like to meet potential customers and business partners that can leverage the Industry Building Blocks Classification System [TM]. The IBBCS defines and includes an industry analysis for each of the top 12,000 global industries (which account for more than 98% of the global economy). Each of the unique, non-overlapping industries in the IBBCS is analyzed using the same industry template which includes: industry name, definition, size, competitors, substitutes, vendors, customers, channels, end users, buyer decision criteria, product / service varieties, industry trends, industry uncertainties, industry success factors, and more.
I am also available for small to very large market research assignments that can leverage the above information, as long as it requires super-fast turnaround times.
For more information, please visit: http://IndustryBuildingBlocks.com
If you use LinkedIn, come join my group "Corporate Planning & Global Industry Segmentation" which has over 7,700 members.To join group: http://www.linkedin.com/groupRegistration?gid=1846141
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Thanks for the welcome .. I look forward to learning and sharing CI ideas and insights with this august group ..
Thank you for the heads up. At first glance it would appear that there may be some mutually significant synergies.
Steven D. Audino
Thanks for the website address. I'll check it out.