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Deheza launches Tidings: a Latin American intelligence service

Deheza is pleased to announce the launch of Tidings, a members-only private intelligence service for those with interests in Latin America.

Deheza, the leading strategic intelligence firm focused on Latin America, is pleased to announce the launch of Tidings, a content platform offering inimitable, source-led intelligence for private members interested in what’s next for Latin America.

Each week our members, global executives and decision-makers, access incisive intelligence dispatches charged with best-placed perspectives from local and impartial primary sources, spanning all economies in Latin America.

Tidings delivers a distinct competitive advantage by offering timely and well-informed insight into emerging opportunities and risks around the major business, economic, political and social issues that will shape Latin America and its markets.

Our CEO Elizabeth Deheza said, “In times of increased risk and uncertainty, decision-makers operating in Latin America need a clarity of vision brought only by having eyes and ears on the ground. Tidings is the perfect tool to stay abreast of the latest commercial realities, opportunities and risks that matter most in the region.”

Consider our membership options and discover how Tidings can support your understanding of Latin American business by visiting https://www.deheza.co.uk.

About Deheza

Deheza is a strategic intelligence company focused on Latin America. Our source-led intelligence guides decision-making around strategy, risk, government affairs and other commercial, political, social and governance issues for global corporates and investors.

We gather, qualify and distil human source intelligence from an unrivalled network of in-country industry specialists into a digestible form that provides our clients with the clarity they need to make the most informed decisions.

Incorporated in 2014, we have delivered hundreds of engagements successfully in 16 countries across Latin America, including all major economies.

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