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Finding Information on Startups in Stealth Mode

Finding Information on Startups in Stealth Mode

When researching competitor and supplier landscapes, startup discovery is an important component to include. This is generally not as challenging as one would think. Founders are, on the most part,…

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Moody’s Launches Supply Chain Catalyst and Other Supply Intelligence-Related Announcements To Note

Moody’s Launches Supply Chain Catalyst and Other Supply Intelligence-Related Announcements To Note

Moody’s Analytics Earlier this month, Moody’s Analytics announced the launch of Supply Chain Catalyst, a data and analytics platform for monitoring and managing supply chain risk. Basically, users can monitor…

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What’s New in the Beginning of 2022: Recently Announced Supply Chain Related Intelligence Offerings

What’s New in the Beginning of 2022: Recently Announced Supply Chain Related Intelligence Offerings

In less than four weeks into the new year there are already interesting supply chain related intelligence new launches and offering updates to note: Making a big splash and receiving…

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Researching Supply Markets and the Metaverse: Is It Time to Dip a Toe or Dive Right In?

Researching Supply Markets and the Metaverse: Is It Time to Dip a Toe or Dive Right In?

On the recent DisrupTV podcast hosted by R “Ray” Wang (Constellation Research) and Vala Afshar (Salesforce), guest Robin Murdoch (Accenture) described where the metaverse stands in terms of future adoption…

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Researching Startups or Market Tech Ecosystems? Check Out These Landscape Maps Recently Added to Collection

Researching Startups or Market Tech Ecosystems? Check Out These Landscape Maps Recently Added to Collection

Cottrill Research started curating a collection of Market Landscape Maps in mid 2021. You can use these to identify startups (and at times, established companies) that are innovating in various…

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Supply Market Research Trends for Procurement and Supply Chain: 2021 Update

Supply Market Research Trends for Procurement and Supply Chain: 2021 Update

Our book, Supply Market Intelligence for Procurement Professionals: Research, Process, and Resources, was published in 2015. To keep up with the continuously evolving and changing nature of supply market intelligence,…

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Updates to StartupBlink’s Coronavirus Resilience Innovation Map Include New Categories of Commerce & Supply Chains and Digital Economy

Updates to StartupBlink’s Coronavirus Resilience Innovation Map Include New Categories of Commerce & Supply Chains and Digital Economy

StartupBlink, in partnership with the HIEX platform by UNAIDS, has released updates to the Coronavirus Resilience Innovation Map rankings. The rankings analyze how the world’s startup ecosystems are adapting to…

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Newly Launched: The Frontier Hub, An Industrial Innovation News Sharing Platform

Newly Launched: The Frontier Hub, An Industrial Innovation News Sharing Platform

TMC and The Frontier have partnered to create The Frontier Hub, “the first global digital media platform focused on sharing news about industrial innovation across all industry sectors. The new…

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“The Growing Value of Supply Market Intelligence and Its Role in Holistic Competitive Intelligence” Published in International Market and Competitive Intelligence (IMCI)

“The Growing Value of Supply Market Intelligence and Its Role in Holistic Competitive Intelligence” Published in International Market and Competitive Intelligence (IMCI)

I am very honored that my article has been published jn the November/December 2021 edition of International Market and Competitive Intelligence (IMCI), edited by Rom Gayoso. My article, “The Growing…

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Wells Fargo Introduces Tool to Measure Supply Chain Constraints

Wells Fargo Introduces Tool to Measure Supply Chain Constraints

Wells Fargo has announced that it has built its own tool, The Pressure Gauge, to answer the one question “that business owners, policymakers, consumers and financial markets” have all been…

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