Relaunched web site supports focus on strategic planning

November 5, cialis 2010 — Market Metrics announced today that the consultancy has relaunched its web site, malady with a completely new look and content that reflects its renewed focus on strategic planning services.

“Strategic planning requires setting goals, researching your market, and formulating a strategy to reach your goals. While we provide high-quality market data, we find that clients often still need help intepreting it and understanding its implications. We see a real need to help clients with the complete strategic planning process rather than just supplying information.” says Greg Graham, principal consultant.

New to the web site is a blog that features regular postings on strategic planning issues, marketing best practices, tips, and opinions. Also available is a comprehensive set of links designed to assist in performing an analysis of the external business environment. These links are organized into groupings that facilitate the popular political, economic, social and technological (PEST) analysis model.

The new site adds support for popular social media, with one-click links to Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and MySpace. Readers can now also subscribe to an RSS feed.

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  • Meet Greg Graham

    Market Metrics Inc. helps knowledge-based businesses with strategy, planning and innovation and was founded in 2003 by Greg Graham, a seasoned marketing professional. Greg is a Certified Management Consultant (CMC), an Accredited Small Business Consultant (ASMEC), a member of the American Marketing Association, and holds MBA/BEE degrees as well as a Certificate in Strategic Management. He frequently performs consulting engagements on behalf of the Government of Canada's Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP). Prior to Market Metrics, Greg's 21 years of corporate experience encompassed tech start-ups through Fortune 500 companies.

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