John Price, Managing Director, Americas Market Intelligence

John Price has practiced market intelligence in Latin America for the last twenty years.  He founded InfoMex in 1992 which later became InfoAmericas with offices in Sao Paulo, Mexico City, and Miami.

In 2007, InfoAmericas was sold to Kroll Associates and John founded Kroll’s Market Intelligence practice.  More recently, John launched AMI with offices in Miami and Mexico and an affiliation with GIA, the world’s leading competitive intelligence provider with 25 global offices.

Mr. Price is a strategic advisor to clients.  His teams of consultants provide competitive intelligence, market entry strategy, transactional market due diligence, and business risk analysis.  Mr. Price is the co-author and co-editor of UCan Latin America Compete?U, published by Palgrave in 2007.

 

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