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Daniel Spilsbury - Nov 22, 2016

A Collaborative Network: Top Industry Insights at SCIP 2016

SCIP 21st Annual European Summit went off without a hitch. Digimind got to rub elbows with industry professionals in the Competitive Intelligence world for the two-day event that took place in Prague, Czech Republic on November 8th and 9th.

Strategies for change in a networked world


img_4845 Digimind from left to right: Daniel Spilsbury - Account Manger, Adam Nors - Market Intelligence and Online Reputation Manager, Meghan DuCille - Digital Marketer


Digimind has been attending SCIP for a few years now, and every time it gets better and better. This years theme was “collaborative intelligence in a networked world”, which was present in all aspects of the event, through a number of interactive keynote speaker presentations, engaging round-table sessions and critical workshops.

These workshops discussed the evolving nature of how new ideas and innovations rise in the market while touching on today’s top industries.

Panel Discussion: Competitive Intelligence's role in sustaining your brand 


Digimind was a familiar face at SCIP, as once again we took the stage. On day 1 at 12pm Adam Nors, Market Intelligence & Online Reputation Project Manager at Digimind was the moderator for an interactive panel discussion on Intelligence and its Role in Creating and Sustaining your Brand.


Joining us on stage was a long-time client of Digimind Intelligence that was eager to share how our platform is helping her company understand how to position, and market their brand through a combination of market and social media insights.

Cross-industry networking 

This valuable competitive intelligence event has be known across the globe to bring together executive industry professionals from over 42 countries. SCIP every year allows a space for cross-industry networking to share best practices. Interested in discovering more about how you can collaborative with your team to created the most effective competitive intelligence project? 

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Written by Daniel Spilsbury