Market Maps

Explore dynamic industry landscapes or build your own. Clearly identify patterns and ‘who is who’ in any cluster.

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Market Maps allow you to visually organise a market into sub-groups of similarity. Use HolonIQ's pre-built market maps or create your own.

 

 

 

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Explore the Landscape. Dimension by Dimension. Instantly.

The platform holds thousands of pre-built Market Maps, and auto-creates market maps for clusters that you build. Pre-built Market Maps are organised by Region, Sector, Model, Employees, Revenue and Funding so you can identify similar companies on these dimensions.

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Drag and Drop. Build your own Market Maps.

The Market Map Power Tool lets you easily create your own categories to organise your companies and structure the industry landscape in a way that is personalised to your needs and interests.

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Collaborate and Download.

Build your Market Maps with teammates in your organisation workspace, or go it alone in your personal workspace. Download the Market Map image and drop straight into your presentation.

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