A new location can open an organisation up to many new opportunities, but the potential that exists can go either way: good or bad. The exact same business operating in any other environment may have entirely different success outcomes depending on the variables surrounding the location. It’s vital to research these variables well before breaking ground somewhere new.
There is a difference between brand identity and corporate identity but finding the latter may prove to be more difficult than reading the name on a label. For researchers looking to determine who owns what, these considerations may help.
Entering into a partnership without the right front-end research is a risk not worth taking. A potential business partner’s past that includes these red flags is cause for pause.
Every organisation deserves a great leader but finding the right person to fill the proverbial captain’s chair can be a challenge. The right research plan, along the best technological tools, can improve the process and help source the best candidates.
In virtually every industry, start-ups have the potential to bring innovation and disruption. Established companies take note: failing to identify start-ups in your industry is a potentially irreparable blind spot.
Top tips on how to successfully rebrand an existing brand to new and current customers.
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On this World Press Freedom Day, we must face the recent spread of global violence against members of the media. Accurate reporting matters, and we all have to do our part to help protect it.
Gathering competitive intelligence is one thing, sharing it with the C-suite is another. From what to include to when to share it, here’s some valuable advice on the best ways to arm your executive team with valuable competitive insights.