The author of "Business Plan Outline ... Step-by-Step Way to Immediate Profit" (McGraw Hill), "Data Analysis For Managers" (Cengage), and contributor to many business text books and articles has finally released a comprehensive book on Market Intelligence. It is a must read for anyone in or wanting to be in a Leadership position.

Grooms (The Father of Market Intelligence) discovered and originated the concept of Market Intelligence. His comprehensive work over 26-years created an original idea for safety and security which also in its application watches the backs of Presidents of Countries and Presidents & CEOs of Corporations. Without a Market Intelligence Department, there continues to be present a Danger that has always existed unidentified ... until now.

All Corporate Executives, Heads-of-State and those in the intelligence community, military complex, and corporate governorship will find this invaluable and at times lifesaving.

Upcoming Speaking Events

Friday, June 16th at 11:30 a.m. Dallas Texas

Please join us at the DABE (Dallas Association Business Economists) June Luncheon to hear The Father of Market Intelligence and author of MARKET INTELLIGENCE … The Original Work; 512 pages, Amazon ISBN-13: 978-1540489821 and ISBN-10: 1540489825 (10 Dec 2016).

Tom discovered and originated the concept of Market Intelligence. He will be speaking to us about a brief overview of the most important concept of the twenty-first century. There are 17-Seventeen types of intelligence which fall within the sphere of market intelligence with Economic Intelligence being one of them that will be addressed. In his presentation, he will talk about who benefits, how it can be applied, its distinction to other types of information gathering, and what it might possibly mean to you.

Maggiano’s (please note we will begin eating at 11:45 am)
205 Northpark Center
Dallas, TX 75225

Please RSVP to this email ( or use our online event registration form ( by NOON on Wednesday, June 14th to confirm your attendance and the number and names of guests you will bring.

Please feel free to invite your colleagues, if they are interested in the topic. Guest fees are $35 and student guest fees are $20. Guest fees are payable to the ‘DFW Association for Business Economics’ and can be given to Treasurer at the meeting. Cash, check, or credit card. Book your Reservation Early … !

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Enigma Report™ – News and Commentary

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Economic Front™ – Iran

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Economic Front™ – Russia

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Economic Front™ – China

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Economic Front™ – World

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Economic Front™ – United States

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