Competitive Intelligence Bytes – January 2014

Competitive Intelligence Bytes
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January 2014
New legislation to help building materials companies develop better business strategies
One of the biggest challenges for competitive intelligence (CI) analysts in India is the lack of adequate documentation and statistics. Real estate is among the poorly documented sectors in India. But a new legislation in the pipeline could change this…
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Short Industry Reports
ValueNotes “Short Industry Reports” serve as a first reference point to understand key sectors and sub-sectors in India.
Warehousing Industry in India, 2013-17
Integrated Cold Chain Industry in India, 2013-17
Switchgear and Control Gear Industry in India, 2013-17
Top Ten Research and Competitive Intelligence Trends 2014 – India
The New Year invariably prompts writers and bloggers to introspect, ruminate and summarize. And I’m not immune to the syndrome, so here are some thoughts on how the business research and competitive/market intelligence landscape in India will evolve in 2014. Crystal gazing by Arun Jethmalani.
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Case Study

ValueNotes helps a Spanish roof tiles manufacturer explore opportunities in India

A leading Spanish manufacturer of clay roof wanted to explore opportunities for its products in India, encouraged by the high growth in construction and real estate industry in the country. They wanted to get a detailed understanding of the roof tiles market in India and identify potential and premium distributors interested in partnering with them.

In the absence of any published information, ValueNotes used its proprietary partner selection methodology to identify the most suitable partners through intensive primary research.
 
 
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