AWARE is a UK based management consultancy specialising in competitive intelligence and marketing analysis services.

We are experts at obtaining information on competitors and can help YOU gain a full understanding of your market and your competitive environment. Our services include research, analysis and training.

Our training services are designed to help you establish and enhance your own competitive intelligence functions, while our research & analysis services are aimed at providing you with the business intelligence you need to be able to plan strategically, successfully and with confidence.

AWARE‘s web-site is at www.marketing-intelligence.co.uk

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Arthur Weiss is the managing partner of AWARE, specialising in marketing and competitive intelligence analysis, training and research. Arthur’s background in CI goes back to the 1980s when he was the marketing intelligence manager for Dun & Bradstreet’s European HQ. In 1995 Arthur founded AWARE – offering clients consultancy on business information sources, marketing analysis and competitive intelligence. Since then he has worked for companies in the information industry, FTSE quoted companies, and smaller quoted and unquoted businesses across a wide range of industries.

Arthur has written articles on a variety of marketing and competitive intelligence topics, with a regular column in SCIP’s Competitive Intelligence magazine. He was the general editor for Croner’s Marketing – A Practical Management Guide. He has lectured on CI in Europe, Asia and the US.

Arthur is a Strategic & Competitive Intelligence Professional who is also a UK Chartered Institute of Marketing Chartered Marketer, a member of the Association of MBAs and the AIIP. He is married to Susy, a graphic artist, and has two children who alternate between making him very proud and very irritated.

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