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.
The FT has launched a brand new sports vertical taking readers inside the business of sport. Scoreboard is a weekly newsletter delivered every Saturday morning, so the global sports business news can come to you. Find out more and how to sign up here.
The FT have conducted research with over 500 of its readers globally to better understand the current landscape of data and information within organisations, in particular highlighting the challenges of market intelligence distribution. Read on the discover more from this FT report.
Roula Khalaf's first week as FT editor has drawn to a close. She replaces Lionel Barber after his 14-year tenure, and becomes the first woman to take the helm. Read more to find out how the week unfolded.
40 of the top 50 business schools around the globe have an FT Group Subscription, enhancing their students' studies and their faculty's curricula. But how can the FT benefit your learning experience? Find out more here.
After securing the award in 2018, the FT has built upon its foundations of high-quality journalism and scoops, reinforcing its position as a trusted source of international news, insights and analysis for organisations globally.
A daily briefing published Monday through Thursday, Trade Secrets will focus on trade, supply chains, regulations, currencies and technologies that impact the future of globalisation. Read more to discuss how it can boost your team's intelligence on the ever-changing global landscape.
Over the past 20 years, we’ve witnessed unprecedented growth in Asian markets. Despite a global economic slowdown, there's been a surge in interest in Asian companies from M&A inquiries. It's the emerging market, and we can help you navigate it.
We hear the term 'digital transformation' being thrown around regularly, but it is very rarely defined, nor does it tend to describe what we can expect from the journalism we consume. We look to define it in our latest blog post.