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Cambashi

Cambashi is a market research, industry analysis and consulting firm that operates globally from its headquarters in Cambridge, UK.
Company URL: www.cambashi.com   |   Address: 52 Mawson Rd., , Cambridge CB1 2HY
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Last Updated: 10/02/17


Vendors seeking a framework for sales and marketing planning, or perhaps financiers trying to understand the market opportunity for an investment target, often require a highly detailed analysis that combines quantitative demand information with qualitative assessments of product suitability, competitive activity, likely routes to market. In these cases, Cambashi is uniquely positioned to develop detailed analyses of the design and engineering software market.
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