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Future Alerts Subscription Service now Monthly

Friday 25 May 2007

Looking Up Feeling Good's advanced signals reporting service 'Future Alerts' is now available as a monthly subscription offering. Designed to provide your organisation with signals indicating potential change, each report comes with analysis of the signals and how they might impact your business. Applying some advanced Environmental Scanning process, including the 'VSTEEP' model, you can have the report customised to specific areas of interest a long with analysis that ensures the report is as immediately releveant as you desire.

Strategic Futurist Marcus Barber and his team search the globe looking for early signals of change in your industry.  Each month those signals are collated and analysed and you receive a report that gives you something that can feed directly to your senior management and strategy development areas of your business.  Where media monitoring agencies do nothing more than collate yesterday's news, the Future Alerts monthly report looks for those snippets that can be found months or even years before mainstream media is reporting them to the public and then assesses them for potential to impact YOUR business!  Why wait for yesterday's news when you can have next year's?  Contact us today to arrange your subscription to this exceptionally powerful report - 613 9445 0289

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