Seena Sharp is a “know” body

Seena-Sharp-2Seena Sharp is the founder of one of America’s first competitive intelligence firms, and has been honored by her peers for her pragmatic, strategic, and insightful perspective. She’s been quoted in the Conference Board’s Global Finance magazine, C-Suite magazine, Insider’s Business, and Harvard Business Review.

She’s the author of two books, including Competitive Intelligence Advantage: How to Minimize Risk, Avoid Surprises, and Grow Your Business in a Changing World.

Lively, engaging interviews

Seena has been a guest on numerous radio shows and podcasts. She’s been featured in the premier issue of Peter Drucker’s “Leader to Leader” newsletter, Bloomberg Business, The Los Angeles Times, Nation’s Business, Inc., Marketing News, Director’s Monthly, Dallas Morning News, and California Business Review.  Ready to book Seena?


Through her engaging, thought-provoking keynotes and workshops, Seena has taught executives and professionals around the world to use the power of market intelligence. Her pragmatic and provocative presentations are tailored to corporate or industry audiences.   Learn more about adding Seena to your program.

Expert opinions and informative articles

Her bylined articles have appeared in the Journal of Business Strategy, Boardroom Reports, Chief Information Officer, Competitive Intelligence, Marketing News, Virtual Strategist, Mindshift Matters, PR Reporter, World Trade, and other publications. Request an article for your print publication or blog.

book-advantage book-shake-upSeena earned a Master’s degree in mathematics from New York University and enjoyed a successful corporate career in New York City prior to launching Sharp Market Intelligence in 1979 in Los Angeles. Her passion for and contributions to her profession were recognized in 2006 when she was named a Fellow by Strategic and Competitive Intelligence Professionals (SCIP). In addition, Seena is a 2011 inductee to the Hall of Fame for the Association for Strategic Planning (ASP). This honor reflects achievement at the highest level, to both ASP and the strategic planning profession.