Company success or failure depends on the company’s ability to make money. An ability to find and interpret company finances is a crucial analysis skill for competitive intelligence professionals – whether looking at competitor strengths or weaknesses, a customer’s ability to pay, the long-term prospects for a supplier or when carrying out due diligence on a potential acquisition. Financial analysis is not hard yet for many, making sense of the various reports can seem like magic.
This workshop will cover financial data sources – including finding private non-listed company accounts in different markets and countries. As part of this introduction, the workshop will discuss national filing differences and how these should be considered when looking cross-border.
It will then examine what can be learned from company accounts:
Examples will include listed and private companies in different sectors and markets.
GICI Institute for Competitive Intelligence GmbH
Korngasse 9, 35510 Butzbach
Phone: +49 6033 971377
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