How to make thoughtful use of market intelligence
November 20, 2015
Michael Rogers, vice president communications for the Small Business Association of Michigan, talks with author and business consultant Seena Sharp about using market intelligence to help improve the flexibility of your business operation. Seena emphasizes three key takeaways: being aware of what’s changing in your business environment, recognizing that what is true today might not be true tomorrow, and being broad minded but thoughtful about your sources of business intelligence information.
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