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.
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.
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.
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.
If you’re wondering how your team could benefit from an FT Premium subscription, we’ve pulled together some of the many features in this post. You can also read what our readers have told us about how they use their subscriptions.
Stefania Palma is the FT’s correspondent based in Singapore covering the city state, Malaysia and Indonesia. She reports on a wide spectrum of news covering financial markets, economics, politics, but also society, life and arts.
We’re always interested in finding out from our customers how we can make their lives easier. A number of key themes were constantly repeated from the people who are responsible for managing access to FT content on behalf of their organisation. We listened, and created Enterprise Tools.