Review: The Information Broker’s Handbook

4 Star, Intelligence (Commercial)

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4.0 out of 5 stars Solid Basic of Starting an Information Brokering Business,

April 7, 2000
Sue Rugge
In contrast to Mary Ellen’s book, this book is actually for self-starters who are thinking about creating their own small business and covers such excellent basics as the market for information, what an information broker does, the pros and cons of the information business, and then the tools, followed by chapters on marketing, pricing, and project management. Although seven years old now, I still regard this as a good starting point for those who would understand the information brokering business (a small niche within the larger open source intelligence business).
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