Category Archives: Market research

A crystal ball-shaped search engine?

I’m often asked to find out about future trends and forecasts across various industry sectors, after all, it’s a big advantage if you can get the lead over a competitor. Future searching covers a range of themes.  For market data … Continue reading

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Researcha “relaunched” with Alacra-ity

A few years back, in its previous incarnation, Researcha described itself as a “global community for information professionals”.  It now wants to be “the premium business information source” and will probably reach a wider audience.  By the way, that’s not … Continue reading

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Fierce news is free news

It’s all down to Churchill evidently – the origin of the “fierce” name, that is. Fierce markets has been providing sector-specific news for several years now, and they’re well worth signing up to if your interests lie in the medical/healthcare, … Continue reading

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The 3rd-party purchaser as 2nd-class citizen?

Strange, but true: if you buy market data from a third party aggregator, almost all publishers will refuse to answer any queries you may have on their data you have bought.  However, if you buy data direct from the publisher, … Continue reading

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