Originally posted, with graphics, on the LAC Group blog.
We live in an age of data overabundance, where it’s often difficult to identify important information and how it may be used to drive business growth.
As providers of market and competitive intelligence research services, we’re deeply familiar with ethical and legal concerns and the sometimes fine-line between intelligence gathering and espionage. Those issues don’t come up often, because the research we do involves secondary resources, not gathering intelligence firsthand or undercover.
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