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The Triangulated Competitive Audit Guide

Strategic Questions You'll Want to Answer to Gain a Deeper Understanding of Your Competitors

The Triangulated Competitive Audit Guide provides an expanded reference list of the various types of questions you'll want to ask about your competitors and why. You can use this list to shape your thinking about specific competitors, or you can conduct formal competitive assessments and develop strategic competitive profiles.

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