Press Release: January 28, 2010
The conference is being held at Wyboston Lakes, Bedfordshire, in the Willows Centre which is also home to the National Policing Improvement Agency (NPIA) and will be open to police officers of all levels from the 43 police forces as well as influential organisations including the NPIA and ACPO.
The NPIAs e-crime training department is based in the same building as the conference and department members will be invited as guests to the conference giving you the opportunity to get direct access to them.
The first conference was a sell-out success and this event promises to be bigger and better with even more opportunities to promote your technology to a wider police audience.
Confirmed speakers for the March conference include Chris Simpson, the Head of e-crime training at the National Improvement Agency; Dr Tim Watson, head of digital forensics at Loughborough University and John Olsson the worlds first forensic linguist who specialises in interpreting the mean of language in text messages. Further speakers to be announced shortly.
Participation in the conference provides technology companies working in this field with a unique opportunity to gain direct access to frontline police officers as well as key decision makers.
It will enable you to showcase your technology and explain its benefits to officers in an informal environment and to take advantage of the unique networking opportunities that exist at such an event.
The conference will receive full coverage in The Investigator magazine which now has over 4,000 subscribers and is available on many force intranets including West Midlands, Hertfordshire and The Met giving you maximum exposure.
Sponsorship packages available
Headline sponsorship £1795
Our headline sponsorship package provides you with a unique promotional opportunity that will increase your brand awareness and position you as a company that is at the cutting edge of mobile and computer forensics technology for the police and wider law enforcement.
The package enables you to gain maximum exposure to conference delegates and to the 4,000 subscribers of The Investigator magazine.
The package includes:
Demonstration area at Wyboston Lakes
Prominence on all marketing literature (logo)
All press releases to be headed Conference sponsored by..
Banner advert (468 x 60) on every third news item on www.the-investigator.co.uk until 30 March 2010
A double page spread advert in the March 2010 conference preview issue of The Investigator magazine.
A double page spread advert in the April 2010 conference review issue of The Investigator magazine.
Marketing literature at the conference
120x120 banner advert on www.the-investigator.co.uk until 30 April 2010.
Editorial feature/case study in any future issue of The Investigator magazine.
Speaker opportunity £695
This is an ideal opportunity to explain how your technology benefits mobile and computer forensic investigations.
It entitles you to a 30 minute speaker slot in which you can directly address delegates about your work. Our speaker slot entitles you and one delegate to attend the conference for the full-day for free and take advantage of the networking opportunities that exist.
Your company logo will also be displayed on all promotional literature.
Conference Stand £495 (Limited availability)
Make sure your technology stands out from your competitors by booking a stand at the conference. Booking a stand will enable you to:
Gain direct access to your target audience and network with key contacts
Run live demos of your technology to the people who matter
Hand out promotional literature/gifts to promote your brand widely among your target audience.
Please find the full brochure on our website @ http://www.the-investigator.co.uk/conferences.php or contact us on Tel: 0844 660 8707
For more information, please contact:
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