Building Competitive Strategies with Greater Insight
Would your organization benefit from having a clearer view of the competitive landscape it inhabits?
Building this picture from a tactical and strategic point-of-view may be difficult, but tools are available to help you in your decision making. As entrepreneurs, small business owners and managers, a system of checks and balances can help you create an accurate picture.
Register for two free sample webinars:
Join us for a one day seminar on competitive intelligence:
Sean Campbell is the co-owner of Cascade Insights. Cascade Insights is a competitive intelligence firm that helps organizations grow during market changes, take share from their competitors, and protect the share they already have. Prior to co-founding Cascade Insights, Sean co-founded and eventually sold 3 Leaf, a technical consultancy that consistently worked for some of the largest companies in the software and hardware industries, such as Microsoft and Intel. Prior to this Sean worked for a number of years as a technical instructor.
Read Sean's complete faculty profile.
During the one-day seminar you will learn to interpret data and metrics and use frameworks that have proven successful. You’ll also understand:
- 30+ free web based tools that any small or medium business can use to monitor, track and analyze competitive behavior
- How to methodically process and evaluate industry trends
- How to identify and respond to key uncertainties that shape the future of your industry
- How to strategically plan for the future by responding to competitors, preparing for outside threats and developing success metrics
The one-day seminar will be presented on Wednesday, April 24, 2013 at the Willamette University Portland Center [map] from 8:30am-5:00pm. The registration fee of $249 includes all materials for the session. REGISTER ONLINE
Free Sample Webinar
"Going Beyond Google"
March 12, 2013
Free Sample Webinar
"Business Framework Fight Club"
March 18, 2013
"Building Competitive Strategies with Greater Insight"
April 24, 2013
Willamette University Portland Center
(Fee is $249)