Who we are.
Competitive Velocity is a cost-effective business consulting and public relations firm specializing in helping technology businesses to grow through the use of competitive intelligence, market planning and segmentation and effective product messaging and product positioning.
We help companies adopt a strategic approach for the use of competitive intelligence and analysis and incorporate the overall intelligence function as an integral part of strategy formulation for sales, marketing and public relations. Our firm works with companies from startup to 200+ employees and up to $200 million in sales. By focusing on providing comprehensive competitive intelligence and analysis services, market and product planning and support, and national and internationally-focused public relations efforts, we are the perfect partner for companies seeking to fill a short-term business objective or project management need or for organizations seeking a long-term extension of their internal team and resources.
What we do.
We build and execute public relations strategies based on a comprehensive understanding of a business or industry's competitive landscape and identifiable competitive advantages. We coach business owners and senior management staff, provide outsourced project management, support teams in understanding, obtaining and maintaining compliance standards and issues, we provide full-service public relations, design business plans to aid in raising capital and to help build long term strategy, we also develop competitive sales strategies, marketing strategy, product development plans and craft comprehensive marketing and media plans based on competitive intel to help businesses better understand their competitive landscape and surpass their competition.
com·pet·i·tive [kəmpetətiv] ve·loc·i·ty [vuh-los-i-tee]
1. The speed at which your business surpasses the competition.
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