The edge of intelligence: the strategy behind business use of market intelligence
Market intelligence helps businesses to understand the needs of their customers, accelerate their growth, and adapt quickly to evolving environments. But many need help to capture these dividends. The FT's latest report explores further.
For an international commercial law firm, it’s fundamental to be aware of global events that can impact clients. Beyond providing legal advice, lawyers at Baker McKenzie have been using FT insights to provide a better service.
With thousands of employees globally, Lombard Odier must ensure that their private banking teams are on top of all global developments around the world, to more readily make strategic decisions. Read more to find out how the FT helps them.
Stanlib is one of the largest asset managers in South Africa, with in the region of $44 billion dollars in assets under management. Read how Nicholas Naidoo, Head of Credit Risk at Stanlib Credit Alternatives, uses the FT to stay informed on the direction of markets, whilst also keeping abreast of ESG trends.
Boclips procures and aggregates video content on a simple platform from a wide number of high-quality sources, including award-winning news and analysis from the Financial Times. Read on to discover more about the partnership.
Nestlé is the world's largest food and beverage conglomerate, and it realised the need for improved global understanding for their supply chain professionals. Will Mackereth, supply chain director, spoke about how his team in Vietnam have utilised the FT's market intelligence.
Leading UK wealth manager Brewin Dolphin’s team of expert investment managers and financial planners must constantly adapt their knowledge of financial issues in order to provide accurate, balanced advice to their clients. Find out how the FT helps them here.
George Washington University and the FT have been partnered since 2012, and the FT has been a staple in students’ studies ever since. With the launch of our four videos with GWU, we reflect on this partnership.
Whether you’re a class of 30 students, or a faculty member preparing for a lecture, having appropriate and accurate secondary material to the primary content is vital for providing evidence and real-world context to learning.