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Newsletter 556

3rd December

Robin NeidorfJinfo's annual "State of the Industry" research gives a unique "bird's-eye view" of the information industry, which is especially valuable this year:

  • The "new normal" for information teams and the businesses they support
  • The market landscape for information products, including licensing trends
  • How user expectations changed over the past 12 months.

Register for our Webinar on 5th January, which will frame the questions you need to ask yourselves – and your stakeholders – to seize the current unique opportunity for positive change.

Join the Community session on 16th February and fill the gap left by the disappearance of in-person conferences, meetings and networking events to share your views and hear from your peers.

"Great, but we need something more specific"

Arrange a Jinfo Consulting Briefing to explore your own team's opportunities and challenges with a Jinfo analyst, as either a one-off to help plan for the coming year, or quarterly to keep you in the know.

So much has changed over the past 12 months, but our "State of the Industry" insights highlight the one constant, which is the value of your expertise. Let's enhance and communicate it.

Robin Neidorf
Director of Research and Head of Consulting

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